Homer Simpson introduced the catchphrase “d’oh!” on the long-running cartoon sitcom, The Simpsons, in 1989. It’s arguably one of the most recognizable catchphrases in American pop culture. So much so, in fact, that the Oxford Dictionary of English added the word in 2001. Defined as an informal exclamation “used to comment on a foolish or stupid action, especially one’s own,” “d’oh” is the most fitting—and safe for work—reaction to committing a major fail.
You don’t have to break the bank to get your practice’s name out there. Check out this guide for strategies you can incorporate right now to bring in more patients.
In our first webinar of 2017, WebPT’s co-founder and president, Heidi Jannenga, teamed up with CEO Nancy Ham to discuss the current and future healthcare trends that will impact PTs, OTs, and SLPs. (Missed it? No worries; you can view the complete recording here.) As always, we received quite a few questions during the presentation—way more than we could address live.
If you’re a private practice rehab therapist looking to grow your business, you have a lot of options for attracting new patients—from diversifying your revenue stream with unique services to boosting your marketing spend. A less obvious—but equally important—piece of the growing-your-practice puzzle: tapping your existing customer base to help you gain new customers.
Don’t let payers hold you back from boosting revenue in your practice. Here’s how to take your practice’s financial health into your own hands.
In this guest post, PT and author Paul Potter shares ten strategies for driving more patients into your clinic.