Marketing for a medical practice already has unique challenges compared to other industries, but elective procedure marketing comes with other hurdles all its own. For one thing, these procedures are typically expensive and payment is usually out of pocket. For another, there’s often social stigma to overcome when patients are considering their options.
Dental practices have a long list of priorities, including serving current patients, navigating ever-changing insurance policies, adhering to ethical and regulatory codes, and staying on top of the latest trends and tools. Unfortunately, marketing usually isn’t very high on that list. However, it’s crucial to have a strategy in place, especially if you’re looking to expand your practice.
Winter is a great time to attract new patients to your practice. People tend to become more mindful of health issues in the winter because of concerns about the flu and the increase in colds. Your brand can stand out from the competition by letting people know you care about them and that your practice wants to help them and their families stay healthy during cold weather. In this post, we’ve put together 4 tips to help you reach new patients with your marketing for winter.
When it comes to marketing healthcare, radio might not be the first thing that comes to mind. However, 2017 is a great year for healthcare brands, practitioners, and hospitals to consider marketing themselves on the radio.
Many of the same rules of marketing any business also apply to marketing your specialty surgery center. These include identifying your target audience, developing clear messaging, and providing potential clients with relevant and useful information. There are some differences, however. In this post, we provide 5 steps to specialty surgery center marketing that are specific to the healthcare business.
Growing your dental practice can be challenging. The American Dental Association notes that, in the last 15 years, the number of adults seeking dental care has dropped. But bringing new patients through the door is essential to increasing production and replacing patients who, for whatever reason, have left your practice. We’ve put together 9 tips to attract new dental patients.
The current healthcare market is consumer-driven, which leaves your organization needing to leverage ways of looking at patient marketing in Joplin, Missouri. Approaching healthcare marketing more like a retailer and proactively engaging consumers throughout their journey could do a lot for your organization and the patient, including providing them with more valuable content, improving satisfaction and retention, and even secure more high-margin procedures while building your reputation to become a community health leader. In today’s post, we’ll take a look at some of the ways you can leverage marketing to improve healthcare patient engagement.
As healthcare evolves, patient engagement is becoming one of the highest priorities. That means healthcare professionals must rethink their marketing strategy, evaluating new trends and adopting new methods of reaching patients. Here are 8 healthcare marketing trends that are worth considering.