You finally took the leap and created your own In-House Dental Membership Savings Plan. But how do you get patients to join? You have to market your plan and let patients know you offer a new savings program.
Coming up with a successful strategy to market your dental membership plan can be tough to do. So we’ve compiled over 30 different ways to market your dental membership plan to make life easier for you and your team.
If you are looking for a way to keep up with the ever-changing patient base, a dental membership plan might be the right option for you. Patient preferences have changed over the years, and they are demanding more access and more options when it comes to their dental care.
Traditional options are antiquated, offering a one-size fits all approach to care and reimbursement – but in today’s world that just doesn’t cut it – overhead is skyrocketing and patients have more line-items on their budgets than ever before. A “membership plan” is the future.
With advances in technology, paper checks have become a thing of the past. Businesses must spend time at the bank to deposit these checks and wait for them to clear. Customers must remember their check book and to pay their bills on time. Luckily, there is a better way, ACH payments – widely known as eChecks. ACH payments can save your practice up to 70% vs standard credit card processing fees. Continue reading
The COVID-19 pandemic ravaged the economy, setting off mass layoffs and upending lives and businesses across the country. By June 2020, it’s estimated that a staggering 27 million people will have lost health and dental insurance coverage.
The effects to dentistry were immediately seen – with a 70% drop in dental expenditures, as many offices were forced to close or see emergency patients only. But the long term effects are equally as alarming: it’s estimated that dental spending and utilization will go down by
As the Coronavirus pandemic changes our everyday lives, the Department of Health & Human Services has found the need to modify acceptable ways health care services are performed – they have made announcement that allows providers to accept video chat apps such a Facetime, Facebook’s Messenger, Zoom, Google Hangouts and Skype for medical consults. Continue reading