Websites for Doctors: Where to Start and How to Succeed

It is now common knowledge that if you are not on the web, you are bound to fail. Businesses no longer have to use printed advertisements and pay airtime on radio and TV to make their services and products known. It is through a website that a business can make a name for itself and get a piece of the cake.

The same can be said of clinics and medical facilities. An online presence is required as patients continuously search for information on the web. However, from our experience, doctors are using outdated and old web practices that offer poor user experience and make them rank poorly in terms of SERPs.

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Why the Best Medical Website Design Can Still Fail

Are you wondering why your hospital or dispensary is not doing so well online? How good is your medical site design? Are your patients having an easy time when interacting with the website or are they struggling to find basic information?

Your website could have such a wonderful design but still fail to offer you the desired feedback, interaction, and information you need from your patients. Simple information such as poor ranking on search engines, poor user-friendliness, lack of relevant information, poor quality images, and poor structure could lead to a huge failure of your website.

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Calls vs Text: Which Mass Messaging Is More Effective

Imagine reaching out to an audience of 10,000 people and you have to deliver the same message to each at the same time. Institutions that handle a lot of people prefer texting patients’ appointments, texting parents school meetings, and texting citizens where to access government services.

Calling and texting both have their advantages and disadvantages. However, some people and institutions prefer calling to texting and vice versa.

Advantages of texting

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What percentage do medical billers charge

There are multiple ways for medical billers to charge their client, and it usually depends on the client’s choice since they are paying parties. But a thing to ponder is that every medically related work requires utmost patience, skill, and attention; hence, the billing is done on an enormous amount and, therefore, needs to have multiple ways in which billing must be done. Medical workers who work day in day out with the same client can not bill the client every time business is conducted between the two parties; hence generally, the actual payment is made either a month or two later while the company keeps on running on a credit basis.

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