This month on the Strive Labs Blog, we’ve been talking about the ROI of Patient Relationship Management (PRM). We’ve discussed the benefits of automation of certain communications with patients, and the financial advantages of patient retention through completion of Plan of Care. This week we want to share with you the ROI of PRM for lead generation. Now that all 50 states have laws allowing Direct Access to physical therapy for at least an initial evaluation, we know
This week Ryan has the Tuesday Tip, and he's talking about Lead/New Customer Generation. The ROI of Generation starts with understanding who your ardent supporters are, as leveraging this information will help the people who are looking for physical therapy services in your city and state. Watch below to find out more, and as always, feel free to follow up with any questions via email at firstname.lastname@example.org, or on Twitter @strive_labs.
At Strive Labs, we’re all about creating and retaining loyal customers. That’s how we help you grow your business. We know that all of the hard work you put into branding and marketing your practice is useless if you are unable to attract your target audience, assist them in the successful completion of their plan of care, and then send them out to become your raving fans. What we find quite often in our conversations with practice owners
We're back with another Tuesday Tip, and this time Ryan is going to walk you through the ROI of Patient Retention. Understanding who is at a high risk of dropping out of care before they drop out of care can have a big effect on your bottom line if you are able to proactively reach out-- and here is a way to do just that. If you're interested in learning more about how StriveHub can help grow your practice, click
This month on the blog we’re answering your burning questions about how a Patient Relationship Management platform like StriveHub can provide a return on investment for your practice. Throughout the month of July, as we discuss Automation, Patient Retention, New Patient Generation, and Customer Reactivation, we trust that you will quickly see how the ability to systematize your communication with your patients and collect actionable data will positively impact your bottom line. No one understands the value of automation
Over the past few months on the blog, we’ve talked about several aspects of Patient Relationship Management (PRM). We discussed the use of tools such as the NPS® to collect data and drive better business principles, we described the importance of patient retention and ways to improve those metrics, we focused on patient engagement, we encouraged providers to remember that patients are people with goals and wants (as well as needs), we demonstrated how physical therapists can play a