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How to Intercept Negative Patient Reviews to Improve Service Recovery

The idea of intercepting negative patient reviews has a positive intention of identifying and understanding patient issues as soon as they occur, and act immediately on fixing them – with a motive to regain the trust of dissatisfied patients (who wrote those negative reviews), and recover them as a patient.Negative ...

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Patients Value Personal Interactions with Their Providers: An Analysis of 7M Reviews Confirms

Non-clinical factors like time spent with providers, interactions with staff, ease of appointment, etc., are among the most important things that your patients take into consideration when reviewing you just after their visit. These are the findings of a sentiment analysis jointly conducted by the Healthgrades, and the ...

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The Right Way to Solicit Great Patient Reviews for Your Practice

Online reviews can certainly help convince patients in their decision making while selecting a provider or practice. In fact, studies suggest that online reviews are the sole deciding factors for more than one-third of patients. In that case, providers and practices cannot just sit back and wait for the reviews to ...

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Doctors: Inconsistent Online Listings Can Affect Your Patient’s Experience

Marketing your medical practice is the key element in maintaining your presence among other competitors while prospective patients are seeking medical help. This era of digital regime has given healthcare marketing new dimensions for brand building and enhancing their medical practice to the next level.There are various possible ways on ...

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Online Reviews: 5 Things That Leave a Negative Impact on New Patients

Patients are increasingly relying on online doctor reviews for verifying about your practice's reputation. According to a report by Software Advice, almost three-quarters (72 percent) of patients use provider ratings as their first step in finding a new doctor. It confirms that your online reputation is often ...

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