Here’s how a recent hotel stay inspired 10 ways to improve the patient experience in your medical practice.
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Your customer satisfaction score isn’t that relevant. Your WTR (willingness to recommend) is. The answer to this question is vital.
Hospitality has a lot of great teachings that doctors can use in their medical practice to enhance the patient experience.
Time is the new money. And consumers (AKA patients) are willing to use their money saved on goods and services on experiences.
With the rise of inflation also comes the rise of demand for consumer experiences. Here’s how your medical practice can take advantage.
Learn how memorabilia can have a lasting impact on your patients and simultaneously improve their overall experience.
While sight is regarded as the most precious of our senses, don’t ignore the opportunity to engage your patients with others that generally get less attention in the medical environment.
Check out this PX Talk with Joe Bartel as he explains to us how doctors can get more value for their services!