Student DCOk, here is what we have been noticing the past few weeks regarding the marketing for our clients using Facebook, and thought we would share our findings so you can start implementing some of these things as well for your own business. As far as social media goes, Facebook is the granddaddy of online marketing. So the first thing you need to have is a separate Facebook page for your business, and you need to be engaging your audience with regular postings on your business page.
Marketing Matters There is one undeniable fact in business: Everyone wishes to be successful. But you can define and attain success in many ways. To be a doctor, you must endure many years of study and competition, which is a testament to your tenacity and success orientation. However, even the most dedicated DC can at times lose sight of the details for developing a thriving practice; moreover, the best game plan in the world is useless if not implemented. Thus, the first rule you need to adhere to is that you must overcome procrastination.
In the age of social media, businesses are more in touch with their clients than ever before. They share before-and-after pictures online, post latest events or offers at the business and communicate with clients on a whole new level. The truth is if your business is not available on social media platforms, then it does not exist in today’s marketplace.
Practice Central Some providers dream about it: A totally cash-based practice. A virtual provider utopia where the frustrations of dealing with third-party payers don’t exist. No more appeals, no more rejections, fewer staff, lower malpractice premiums, and less worry over unpaid claims—sweet freedom! Or is it? Certainly, feeling freedom from the constraints of insurance carriers makes it seem like less is more.
Approximately 100 million Americans struggle with some level of pain according to the American Academy of Pain Medicine. This is roughly four times more than those afflicted with diabetes and eight times more than those diagnosed with cancer. Additionally, the nationwide costs related to these pain-related issues run as high as $635 billion annually, both is lost wages and expenses acquired while seeking and receiving medical care. With a goal of raising public awareness about the prevalence of pain and the variety of pain management options that exist to ease them, in 2001, the American Chronic Pain Association led a coalition to establish September as Pain Awareness Month.