Consider these facts: nearly 70% of doctors use social media for business, according to the Wisconsin Healthcare Public Relations & Marketing Society. Meanwhile, the National Center for Biotechnology Information reports 41% of healthcare consumers use social media to choose providers.
There is encouraging news for LeadingResponse clients in New York and New Jersey who stopped hosting dinner seminars last year. The Wall Street Journal reports both states are removing capacity limits on restaurants and indoor dining May 19.
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One year after the coronavirus pandemic closed medical centers and offices across the country, some practitioners have opened their doors and cautiously resumed welcoming patients.
The end of restrictions on gathering is now in sight. As a result, you might think webinars will become less important of a tool to reach prospective patients, and webinar attendance will drop off as a result.
When consumers begin researching non-emergency medical care options, the first place many look is the internet. In addition to testimonials from patients on your website, they’re likely to find feedback from patients on social platforms and healthcare review sites.