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Jon Carter

Move aside medical degrees and fellowships, this doctor is showing off his Yelp reviews and statistics for his patients to see.

Ron Harman King

Every physician practice is dealing with stretched resources these days, but that's not an excuse for bad customer service.

Ron Harman King

What is the way to improving poor reviews from patients online? One expert says it comes down to basic customer service.

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For physicians today, maintaining your online reputation is a must. Here are five steps to get you on the right path.

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Here are three ways to make social media a highly effective health communication tool at your practice.

Medical practices must make it a point to periodically review payer websites and make sure that their information is correct.

Nearly half of physicians do not monitor their online reputations. Experts say that is a big mistake.

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