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Growing your practice in the new normal

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The pandemic has switched things around in health care. If recent times have given us any facts, the most obvious one is that old rules simply won’t cut it anymore. The same goes for growing healthcare practices. It doesn’t matter if you’re building from ground up or are looking to expand.

Recent cross-US survey shows that 69% of over 2 thousand respondents postponed healthcare services, while 82% had difficulties scheduling their appointments! This survey is presented in an infographic that outlines the crucial percentages and considerations. Healthcare providers now have an unprecedented chance to adapt and grow, both as practicing physicians and business owners.

Whether it’s time to customize your booking procedure - tweak it according to demographic preferences, staying on top of recent trends or learn about the latest scheduling software, the following infographic is a good starting point to begin boosting your patient flow.

Now it’s time to recuperate, take the lessons we were forced to learn quickly along the way, and grow stronger and resilient than ever.

Growing your practice in the new normal



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