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Master Your Reviews

Physicians are increasingly being reviewed online, through sites like Yelp, Vitals, and others. How can you ensure that your practice doesn't get a bad rating?

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This doctor's practice found out he was failing at social media. He offers three suggestions that could help you avoid this fate.

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There are more than 380 million users and over 1.5 million groups on LinkedIn. If used correctly, it can be an effective marketing tool for practices.

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The days of relying solely on word of mouth and referrals to grow your business are over. You must put yourself out there.

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Online reviews of your practice from patients can hold a lot of weight. Practices must have a strategy to deal with negative and positive feedback.

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Branding is just for companies that create consumer goods like soda and cars? Wrong. Practices need to worry about branding too.

Practices are facing intense competition nowadays in trying to retain their patients. Experts share their secrets to get patients to keep coming back.

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As millennials take over as the most populous age group, online reviews and physician ratings are going to have a pertinent impact on healthcare.

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