The rollout of vaccines is welcome news but it will realistically take a little longer for the pandemic to be brought under control. In the interim, it is important for Healthcare businesses not to lose sight of the strategies that have helped sustain their financial health thus far.
To adopt a well-thought-out workflow that reduces risk of contagion, Healthcare facilities must reduce the number of touch points where physical proximity or contact is needed. We outline a few suggestions.
NOTE: This is a 10-minute read but provides step-by-step instructions that any medical practice looking to transition to telehealth should find useful. Business as usual has been upended by the COVID-19 pandemic. For instance, many medical practices are experiencing a dramatic increase in no-shows. Patients might confirm their appointments a […]
Healthcare facilities are facing an imposing challenge posed by the COVID-19 pandemic. Not only does it disrupt business, but it also puts the health of their staff and patients at risk. Rather than being paralyzed into inaction, our medical practice clients have found ways to use the tools at their […]
3 providers, 3 mid-levels Client since mid-2015 North Dallas ENT is one of the busiest independently-run ENT facilities in the Dallas Fort-Worth Metroplex area. They improved their efficiency and increased their online reputation by using Simple Interact’s Appointment Reminders, Patient Feedback & Online Reviews, and HIPAA Compliant Online […]
Since patient no-shows can be a huge drain on both time and revenue, it is pretty much “business 101” that practices must do their best to keep no-shows to a minimum. Lots of strategies and solutions have been employed over the years, but to remain effective, practices must keep up with changing patient behaviors. […]
One of our clients was spending $3000 per month for “paid search” i.e. using Google adwords to drive traffic to their website or call center. A marketing agency had convinced them that this patient acquisition channel will pay for itself many times over. But once they started acquiring patients via unpaid “organic […]