Survey: are your patients referring?

By Dr. Russ Rosen | Chiropractic issues

Oct 17

We all want patients who happily stay, pay, and refer. When new patients come to us, we want to make sure that they have a great experience so that they “get” what we do. We then move to ensure that they stay because we can’t restore them to optimal health if they don’t show up.

So when does that third part come into play? When do we figure out the right time to focus on “refer”?

This is a subject that is certainly up for debate. Head to a convention or a conference and bring it up during happy hour – you’ll hear lots of opinions and ideas. Which ones are right? Which ones are realistic? Most importantly: which ones actually work?


CLICK TO TAKE THE ONE QUESTION SURVEY

Sometimes, we need to step back and take a look at something that we so often forget to factor into the equation; the fact that YOUR practice is just that: YOURS.

So we’ll open this one up to the comments. When do you start asking your patients for referrals? How often do you do it? How well does that work? Leave us a note and we’ll publish the findings next week on our Facebook page.

About the Author

A dynamic and passionate chiropractor, author, international coach, educator and speaker, Russ ran one of the most successful wellness practices in Maui Hawaii for 14 years. Dr. Rosen is best known for his “Patient Care” vs. “Patient Scare” Wellness Communication systems. He served as Lead Author and Director of Dr. Patrick Gentempo’s Creating Wellness Management System. Dr. Rosen is the proud recipient of CLA/CWA’s 2007 “Lifetime Achievement” award. Since 2001 Russ has helped hundreds of doctors thrive in a True Optimal Health model and is CEO of The Optimal Health Chiropractic System.

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