In the first part of this blog, we shared why creating a Google Workspace account with your Gmail is a basic need for your practice. The tech giant has over 2.6 billion active monthly users and all the tools you might need to boost your practice, all meeting the highest security standards for patient information protection.
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We know you are already familiar with Gmail, but few people know about the benefits of Google Workspace, and the hundreds of marketplace partners it comes with, for your practice. Previously known as G-Suite, Google Workspace is the Google environment that includes Gmail, Drive, Meets, Forms, and more for all-sized businesses such as your practice. With more than 2.6 billion monthly active users, this software will help your practice reach its true potential and increase your productivity.
Have you spent hours scouring the web for the right resources to use with patients, tools for your practice, or content to improve professionally?
Patients have several types of recurring treatments: Bi-annual teeth cleaning, annual physical, eye exams, etcetera. These are typically booked long-term, far in advance; hence, very easy to forget and book over. No one to blame here. From the practice's perspective, they're also too busy with other urgent tasks and current patients to manually call and remind old patients it's time to book that followup.
At any practice, the phone is buzzing all day with patients' requests. If a patient calls to check on their prescription, the front desk must give them an individualized, appropriate answer. This interaction simply cannot be avoided or automated. But what about appointment request phone calls...?
How common is it that patients cancel their appointments and never reschedule?
Are you aware of how this issue is damaging your practice?
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Let’s cut to the chase—running a medical practice is expensive. Really expensive. And if you’re reading this you know that. The good news is, there are four easy ways to quickly improve the bottom line of your practice. Doubt it? We’ll prove it to you...
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What is the best type of reminder for your patients? Finally, we give you an answer.