Engaging Physicians and Others The Purely Old Fashioned Way

If there’s one—close-to-perfect and always effective—secret to engaging doctors and others, this is it: Sharing timely, useful and interesting information–directly and personally. This makes an unforgettable and lasting impression that grows relationships with physicians and professional colleagues. If you prefer, think of this as an old fashioned, personalized and “analog” take on the benefits of social media […]

Defectors: When Professional Colleagues Stop Referring

A curious thing about professional referrals is that nobody pays much attention until they disappear. Sometimes, what doctors don’t know about professional referrals is alarming. The analogy of a “life blood” source of business is appropriate, particularly for specialty medical practices that rely on the flow of new patients. Although referrals from other providers is central to […]

Communication Tools to Enhance Your Relationship with Your Patients

By Neil Baum, MD Most of us like to think of ourselves as good to excellent communicators. However, if we were to survey our patients about our communication skills, we would find, to our dismay, that we are deficient in our ability to receive and transmit information to our patients. A study that monitored provider-patient […]

Remarkable Article: Physician’s 2002 Marketing Advice to Fellow Doctors Still Excellent

Just recently we were reading an online article, authored by a doctor, titled: “You Should See My Doctor”: Cost-Effective Marketing Ideas for Your Practice. There were several remarkable things about the content. First, this was advice about healthcare marketing from a doctor to other doctors. Medical schools provide scant training in business, marketing or advertising, […]

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