Ten Practice Commandments

Thou Shalt Not Manage Other People’s Money Your clients decide what they can afford. If they can’t afford your treatment plan, then there may be other options, but stop deciding on their behalf what’s affordable. Thou Shalt Not Trash Talk Thyself Yes you can be realistic about where you need to learn and grow. No […]

Top of Everyone's Mind: Reconnecting With Missing Clients

On June 10, 2010, in books, practice marketing, repeat business, your patients, by Dan

Sometimes, clients just appear on your mental radar. They pop into your mind out of the blue, and you think, “Gee. I wonder what happened to so-and-so?” They might have been in active treatment, but have since dropped off, or recovered from a condition and haven’t been back since. Whatever the reason, it happens, and […]

5 Random Files: An Easy Way To Reactivate Clients

Getting new clients takes time, energy and sometimes money. For all that investment, it’s a shame when they don’t come back. We’ve had a lot of faces through our practice doors over the years, and while we do our best to keep them engaged, we don’t retain everyone. As a result, we’ve got our share […]

Increasing Holistic Patient Return Visits

There is a natural progression to starting an alternative health practice. After opening your doors, the first order of business is, of course, to get as many new patients as quickly as possible. Unfortunately, a natural second step in this process is to forget all about these patients once they leave the office. The file […]

Follow Up Systems for Your Alt Med Practice

On August 12, 2006, in repeat business, by Dan

SoundPractice.Net’s latest podcast is on the importance of creating and using systems to manage return visits, and ensuring that test reports, etc. are properly followed up on. SoundPractice.Net – Podcasts for Medical Practice Management and Health Care Administration

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