Your customer satisfaction score isn’t that relevant. Your WTR (willingness to recommend) is. The answer to this question is vital.
Technology is evolving every day. Here’s how we can use it to enhance the patient experience in medical practices.
Hospitality has a lot of great teachings that doctors can use in their medical practice to enhance the patient experience.
Starbucks isn’t what it used to be. For customers AND employees.
Recent unionizations show that employees are under an immense amount of stress trying to reach Starbucks’ high standards. It makes it clear that employees are not fulfilled. They are not being valued as they should be.
Pretty much every doctor I meet (especially those that are business owners) wrestles with figuring out how they will differentiate their services sufficiently in the… Read More »Customization: The Antidote to Commoditization
Experiences have value. You spend time on experiences. That’s worth a lot more than you might think for your medical practice.
Time is the new money. And consumers (AKA patients) are willing to use their money saved on goods and services on experiences.
Today, people want to spend their money on experiences. Here’s how that can help your medical practice reach success.
When it comes to the idea of work not being a job or career, but a calling, Abby Down is the perfect example.
All too often, we see the performance of good employees suffer as their morale and motivation gets dragged down by others. If left unaddressed, these negative influencers can kill a practice culture. The high performing employees leave for better opportunities, while the remaining employees figure out that if bad behavior is tolerated, then why try harder?