White paper: Implementing a Patient-centric Scheduling System to Improve Patient Retention and Increase Revenue
Download this white paper and learn how a patient-centric scheduling system can boost your revenue, improve patient satisfaction, and keep providers’ schedules full.
Building meaningful relationships with patients and getting them to continue returning for care gets harder each year—and so does improving the bottom line.
With increasingly tighter budgets, many medical practices are wary to take strides to improve patient retention. However, because increasing patient retention by a mere five percent can increase profits by up to 95 percent, it doesn’t make sound financial sense to not work toward enhancing patient satisfaction and loyalty. What’s more: It costs 90 percent less to engage current patients than it is to acquire new ones.
The numbers don’t lie: Increased patient retention means increased revenue.
A key part of a solid patient retention strategy is having a patient-centric scheduling structure in place.
Learn how a strategic, patient-focused scheduling system can boost your revenue, improve patient retention and satisfaction, and keep providers’ schedules full.
In this white paper you will learn:
- The cost of not having a patient-centric scheduling structure in place
- The cost benefit of engaging current patients
- How to boost patient retention and annual revenue
- How to optimize your scheduling structure based on how long a provider’s schedule is open
- The important role that each communication channel plays in retaining patients