When it comes to keeping your patients long-term, first-rate customer service seems to be more important than excellent medical care. phone etiquette skills.
Excellent phone etiquette skills become even more important when you consider that 80% of new patients’ first contact with your practice is over the phone. Do you even know how many new patients you are losing due to poor telephone etiquette? The only way for you to be absolutely sure about how your patients are being treated over the phone is for you to have a telephone etiquette plan in place. The good news is that it’s relatively easy to implement one, if you know how…
This is where customer service expert and consultant, Tracy Bird, FACMPE, CPC, CPMA, CEMC, CPC-I, comes in. During her 60-minute online training session, Tracy will walk you through how to effectively identify where your front desk phone etiquette skills are falling short and exactly how to correct them. You’ll receive proven training tools that will help ensure your staff are effectively trained. You’ll also receive proven management tools that will allow you to keep tabs on your phone etiquette and take action before a problem escalates.
By attending this 60-minute online training, you’ll be able to implement proven tactics that will help you improve your practice’s phone etiquette skills. Here are just a few:
- Head off negative online reviews with proven phone greetings
- Make patients feel welcome even when they have to be put on hold
- Calm down even the angriest patients successfully every time
- Key phrases that tell your phone staff it’s time to escalate a call
- Avoid basic phone HIPAA mistakes that lead to patients reporting you to the Feds
- Improve patient information collection accuracy and patient satisfaction
- Make sure your patient return phone calls never get missed again
- And so much more…
Who should attend: This session is designed to help Providers, Administrators, Practice Managers, Front Desk Managers and anyone else responsible for ensuring excellent patient-centric phone etiquette skills at your practice.
Losing just 3% of your patient volume can conservatively equate to over $150,000 a year in lost revenue. Patients are less expensive to keep than to get. And once you’ve got them, they should become the bread and butter of your practice – unless you drive them away. The only way to hang onto your patients is for your front desk to have outstanding phone etiquette skills.
Don’t assume your staff knows how to deal with your patients over the phone. Leaving your front desk phone etiquette skills to chance is a nightmare waiting to happen. Sign up for this online training today and get everything you need to improve patient service and satisfaction via excellent phone etiquette. You’ll keep your patients longer and watch your bottom line grow. Don’t wait register today.
NOTE: You can gain the benefit of this nationally recognized phone etiquette skills expert from the comfort of your own office. You can attend live, and get one-on-one interaction with Tracy, or access the recording of her session on-demand and share it with your entire team.
SAVE 15% ON 5-PART FRONT DESK SERIES!
This phone etiquette training is the third session in a 5-part series of front desk online sessions. Each of the trainings will drill down into a specific aspect of running a successful front desk and walk your team through exactly how to make it happen.
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Tracy has over 40 years of experience in various specialties in the areas of practice management, billing and coding, including training, communications, and policy and procedure development.
She is an ACMPE Fellow with MGMA, a Certified Professional Coder (CPC), a Certified Professional Medical Auditor (CMPA), a Certified Evaluation and Management Auditor (CEMC) a Certified Professional Medical Coding Curriculum instructor (CPC-I), and an AAPC Fellow. Tracy is co-founder and past president of the NE Kansas Chapter of AAPC, a past president of MGMA-GKC and is currently serving as the Chair of the Certification Commission for National MGMA.