Great Medical Web Design is a crucial part of growing your Private Practice if you're an Orthopaedic Surgeon. Seven 'amazing' do's and don'ts, particularly not having a website, DIY websites, the Google 'Medic' Update, SEO, Copy Writing, the 'about' page, imagery, video, not niching enough, and finally not adding content to your website.
Video helps build trust with our patients, gain referrals, improve your SEO and give you the opportunity for live interaction with your patients. Video has quickly become the 'go to' medium in Private Practice.
There are Six key areas that clinicians typically tend to struggle with that we see time and time again. Weat Private Practice Ninja have the solutions for these.
If you want to get people reading more about you and booking in to see you, you should think about producing video and storing it in places where it can be viewed.
The GDPR deadline is just days away and in all likelyhood there is going to be a lot of clinicians feeling rather underprepared and some other clinicians feeling REALLY rather underprepared. If you follow some basic principles it's not too difficult to write your own Privacy Notice,
No matter what your ‘why’ was for becoming a clinician, in Private Practice, you are also taking on the role of company CEO. You need to make time for that role. You need to schedule time for thinking and decision making, so that you can effectively steer the ship.
Your 'About' page is very likely to be one of the most visited pages on your website, and yet 'About' pages often have the least planning put into them. 6 Private Practice Ninja Tips to get it right.
You have control over what’s in your LinkedIn profile its your opportunity to show case the best of your professional talents. Private Practice Ninja tips show you how.