Great Customer Service Is Job No. 1
As a consultant in the health care industry, the most common question I
hear is, "How can I keep new patients coming into my practice?" It is a
legitimate question when one considers the increasing level of
4 Mistakes That Damage Your Online Credibility
In today's society, where almost everything is posted online, making sure your chiropractic practice has a positive online reputation is essential to your business success.
How to Have Conversations With MDs (Pt. 1)
This article is meant to help you have successful, pivotally important
conversations with medical doctors that could determine the way they
view your work and if they choose to refer patients to you.
PEMF Therapy and Your Practice
Since low-level laser therapy, aka cold laser or laser biostimulation,
was introduced more than 20 years ago, it has slowly gained acceptance
and is today used in many institutional and private practices. It has
had a slow adaptation curve.
Avoiding Practice Madness: Hire Smartly, Fire Promptly
Hiring and firing at the appropriate times and for the appropriate
reasons can be a tricky dance. Without a human resources department,
many chiropractors are left to do the heavy lifting all on their own.
Making Money With Active Care (Part 2)
In an active care protocol, most patients will receive a chiropractic
adjustment plus 2-3 units of active care. In the limited insurance
reimbursement payment model, combined with a DMPO discounted fee
schedule for non-covered services, the total average fee per office
visit will range from $55-$75.
The Complete Guide to Buying or Selling Your Practice
The key ingredient needed for successfully selling or buying a
chiropractic practice is money. For the seller, the primary goal is to
receive fair market value for the practice, as I've discussed
previously; for the buyer, it is acquiring the necessary funds to
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