Nearly Half of DCs Report Negative Experiences With Billing Services
Our recent Dynamic Chiropractic PracticeINSIGHTS poll asked: "What is your experience with billing services?" While almost one-third of respondents (30 percent) had no opinion either way, almost half of clinicians who took the time to respond had either a negative or a very negative opinion (48 percent), and felt that billing services just couldn't adapt to what their specific office needed.
5 Great Ways to Build a Successful Relationship With a PI Attorney
Personal-injury (PI) cases are neither easy nor are they usually resolved quickly. Winning takes patience, teamwork and a great deal of trust. Here are a few easy ways to build that trust right at the beginning of your relationship with a PI attorney.
Nutritional Supplements: No Two Patients Are Alike
We all know how terrific vitamin D, fish oil or other nutritional supplements can be for our patients. Many clinicians are encouraged to suggest supplements to every patient as a matter of course. While this may be lucrative for your practice, the truth is that every patient has their own unique nutritional needs.
5 Ways To Get Paid On Time, Every Time
Regardless of what chiropractic technique you use, how small or large your practice, where you are located, or even how long you have been in practice, there is one common element that can literally make or break your financial well-being, and it affects us all. It is, simply, getting paid for what you do.
Our recent Dynamic Chiropractic poll asked: "Are you using herbs in your practice?" Fully one-third of our respondents said they are currently using herbs, while just 22 percent said they would never consider them for their patients.
Use Your Web Site to Get More Patients
Growing a chiropractic practice depends on comprehensive, integrative and varied marketing efforts. Like many practitioners, you may be experiencing a decrease in business for your practice that could be causing some economic difficulties.
What's Important When Looking at Topical Analgesics?
Our recent survey discovered that topical analgesics are used by 91 percent of those in chiropractic practice in the United States. This places the use of topical analgesics just under nutritional supplements (employed by 94 percent) as one of the most used products in chiropractic practice in the United States.
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