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Time is money. When you value your patients’ time as much as their money, you significantly improve their experience.
Understanding the difference between customer service and customer experience can make allthe difference in how you approach your patients. Three aspects that help turn ordinaryservice… Read More »Gus’ Passing: A Lesson in Customer Experience
The problem is that you are making it seem like there was a problem before. “My pleasure” is a much better phrase to use.
Tesla can teach us a few lessons on how to rethink success when it comes to running a business (AKA a medical practice).
Your customer satisfaction score isn’t that relevant. Your WTR (willingness to recommend) is. The answer to this question is vital.