If you DON’T think that social media is affecting your practice — it’s time to take your head out of the sand…
Whether you like it or not, your patients are using social media to post their opinions about your physicians and practice (both good and bad). Then, your potential patients are using those comments to choose (or not choose) your practice, which can seriously affect your bottom line. So what should you do?
Whether you’re a beginner or an online expert, social media educator, Jamie Verkamp can help. Her upcoming online seminar will give you proven tactics so you can stop social media from hurting your practice’s reputation and from costing you big.
This 60-minute webinar will help you protect your practice, and teach you how to use social media to bring more patients in the door. Here is just some of the practical advice you’ll receive:
• Take control of your online reputation – faster and easier than you thought possible
• Key pitfalls to avoid when implementing your social media strategy
• Maintain your compliance while managing your social media ranking
• Determine if you need a Reputation Management Company, and how pick the right one fast
• Manage your social media standing without it eating up your time
Social media is quickly becoming the key form of communication for all ages, and your patients are posting their opinions about you — the challenge is they can say anything they want (even if it’s not true). So, you really have 2 options:
• You can choose to ignore what your patients are saying and social media, OR
• You can choose to TAKE CONTROL.
Don’t wait, take control. In only 60 minutes, you’ll have what you need to make social media work for you, and stop it from hurting your practice.
As Managing Partner and Chief Speaking Officer at (e)Merge, a medical growth consulting firm, she works shoulder to shoulder with medical professionals in both hospital and clinical settings to improve the patient experience and has seen measurable growth in her clients‘ customer service efforts, referral volumes and bottom lines.
As a sought after speaker and trainer, Jamie shares her knowledge with audiences at more than 50 events each year speaking on topics related to new marketing initiatives, the patient experience and healthcare social media.
Her expertise has also been featured in multiple industry publications including MGMA Connexion, Medical Practice Digest and the American Medical Association. Verkamp’s 2010 article for the Medical Group Management Association (MGMA) Connexion, titled “The Real Value of Social Media in Healthcare” was awarded the Edward B. Stevens Article of the Year in 2011 by MGMA and the American College of Medical Practice Executives (ACMPE).