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Hot Topic: 5 Key Relationships You Should Develop to Support Practice Growth
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Hot Topic: 5 Key Relationships You Should Develop to Support Practice Growth

 Export to Your Calendar 11/2/2017
When: 11/02/2017
12:00 - 1:00 pm ET
Where: United States


Online registration is available until: 11/1/2017
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Description:

Getting new patients through the door of your practice is an important part of building a healthy practice. While many assume any increase in marketing requires a bigger advertising budget, most practices are built on word-of-mouth referrals that are the direct result of nurturing key relationships. During this webinar you'll learn the five key relationships you should focus on to support practice growth.

  1. Current Patients. Review best practices for ensuring a positive practice experience which, in turn, creates patients who are willing to recommend your practice to family and friends.
  2. New Patients. Understand how new patients find their way to your practice and best practices for using a data-driven approach to attract your ideal patient population.
  3. Web Searchers. Pew Internet & American Life Project reported in its February 2011 Health Topics report that 44% of Internet users look for information about physicians and other healthcare professionals online. Learn some of the ways your practice and its providers can optimize your online presence.
  4. Referral Partners. Learn about how practices are using data and technology to better identify, understand, and engage key referral partners.
  5. Community Partners. Uncover best practices for partnering with key groups to engage your community in better understanding how your specialty supports patients.

 

Meet the Speaker

  Carrie has more than 15 years of experience in a variety of healthcare roles and settings. In
addition to launching a nationally recognized physician relations and on-boarding program,
her background includes collaborating with more than 60 healthcare teams to develop and
implement strategies designed to engage physicians, hospital leaders, practice administrators,
and other business partners in strengthening and growing targeted service lines. Carrie is a
graduate from The College of William and Mary and completed her MBA with a concentration
in Healthcare Administration. Carrie is also Board Certified in Healthcare Management by the
American College of Healthcare Executives.

 

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