RepuGen Is Fully Compliant with Google Review Policy Update

RepuGen’s review generation process is in full compliance with the updated Google review policy. that clearly states their stance against review-gating.Now, on the Thank You page for positive, neutral and negative feedback, we will always show the review sites where the patients can click to post their review. With that, ...

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How to Report Objectionable Online Reviews: A Guide for Doctors

This blog focuses on the discussion regarding the most popularly used review websites for healthcare, what are their general terms and conditions regarding review reporting, and what's the process for that on each of these websites. Negative reviews do happen sometimes. The best way to tackle them is to ...

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Should Doctors Buy Google Reviews for Their Practice?

If you’re worried about the negative patient feedback that is drawing attention from prospective patients online, then it must be tempting to take a few shortcuts to get a quick fix.Perhaps, you may be wondering if you can buy Google reviews with 5-star ratings that can quickly bury the negative ...

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Our Top 11 Valuable Posts for Healthcare Providers from 2018

With 2018 bidding adieu, we thought we’d take a look back at everything that we published this year to find the 11 most-read and most-liked articles!

Here are our top 11 valuable blog posts that we published in 2018 to help healthcare providers improve their online reputation and improve ...

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11 Top Doctor Review Sites to List Your Healthcare Practice [And Build Trust]

A great way to improve your healthcare practice reputation is to list your practice on doctor review sites.

There are many online review sites where you can list yourself or your healthcare practice. The sites get millions of visitors every month, which you can tap to be your patients.

According to a ...

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5 Ways to Measure Patient Experience for Urgent Care Centers

Urgent care patients can sometimes be more difficult to please than primary care patients, simply because the patients are typically in bad spirits once they arrive at the office (they’re there because of an illness or injury), they aren’t as familiar with the doctor or office, and because billing tends ...

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