Elective Medical Marketing Strategy Guide for 2022

It’s hard to believe, but 2022 is right around the corner. Are you ready? If not, that’s ok. We all know that preparing begins with a well-conceived marketing and budget plan based on research and specific goals. That’s easy to say, we know. But the question is, how...

3 Ways the Pandemic Has Changed the Healthcare Industry

Even as vaccines become widely available and practices reopen to full capacity, the way healthcare is delivered has permanently changed. In addition, people now view and approach health and wellness differently than they did pre-COVID.

More Care Provider Social Media Marketing Tips

Today, using social media to promote your health and wellness practice is a must. If you’re not connecting with prospective patients on social media, you’re probably losing business to competitors who do. And if you already have an online presence, there is always room for improvement.

Social Media Marketing Tips for Healthcare Providers

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.

How to Connect With Prospects: 5 Tips

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.

Medical Marketing – Getting the Support Your Practice Needs

It’s been a rough year for medical, dental, and elective care practices. Across the U.S., offices are struggling due to the pandemic. Practices are experiencing closures, reduced capacity, limited patient visits, and difficulty meeting prospective patients...

Make Practice Growth Your Goal in the New Year

It’s official: 2020 is behind us. Take a deep breath – then spend a few minutes reviewing what you learned last year and how you can use that knowledge to achieve practice growth in 2021. Most elective care practitioners are eager to book more appointments with...