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Increasing your efforts to communicate with patients proactively will not only result in happier and more return patients, but the long-term benefits, such as fewer unpaid accounts, better cash flow, and positioning yourself as a patient-preferential and profitable practice, are unavoidable.
Automating communication methods, such as the ones listed below, is beneficial to both staff and patients, and in this instance, should not be considered a threat to job security but a tool that would enable staff to focus on more important tasks, such as improving patient treatment and practice management.
The different forms of communication include:
Being able to communicate with your patients in a timely manner, will improve the daily operations of your practice, and it will establish trust and form long-lasting relationships. Here are examples of automated communication methods you can implement:
The key to effective automated communication, is to find a system that works quietly in the background, leaving you and your staff with more time to be productive. When setting up these communication tools, remember to comply with POPIA.
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