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Short Videos: How to Stay In Front of Your Patients Right Now

By Dr. Russ Rosen | Communications , Crisis Communication , Patient Strategies

Regardless if you are going into your office right now or not, it is really important to have a plan in place to ensure that you can still be in front of your patients and even your entire community if the rules prevent you from seeing them in person.

I want to talk you through how to start doing short 1-5 minute health tip videos that people will actually want to watch, listen to, and follow along with.

In this video, I will share the 5 step structure to your videos that I would recommend. I also have some examples of other doctors’ videos for you to check out.

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Deep Dive: Should I See Patients Right Now?

By Dr. Russ Rosen | Crisis Communication , Patient Care

So many doctors are torn as to whether they should be in the office helping patients right now or not.

In this deep dive, I will take you through the exact series of questions I ask my doctors to help them find their truth.

I will show you the 7 questions you must ask yourself and take you through 2 examples of doctors that found their truth and peace.

This is a great time to sharpen your skills and look for inspiration. Take a few minutes to view this video and contribute to the conversation!

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How to Help Your Community Navigate a Long Self-Quarantine

By Dr. Russ Rosen | Patient Care

What can I do to council my patients as well as myself and family as to how to navigate a long self-quarantine?

Where I live, we are under a minimum of a 30 day complete lock down.

I am very concerned that many people will end up clinically depressed and this will be a fork in the road that leads to a downward spiral.

How can we make this an opportunity to come out of this better than before?

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Better Questions Yield Better Results

By Dr. Russ Rosen | Communications , Cornerstone , Patient Care , Patient issues , Patient Strategies

I want to introduce you to a concept that I think can dramatically improve your results with your patients, your practice as well as improving your own personal life!

I think this concept is so simple yet incredibly profound.

By now I believe we are all very familiar with the power of questions. All of our communications programs are based on LAASR or Listen, Acknowledge, ASK, Solution, Resolution.

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