Technology Can Meet the Needs of Your Practice and Your Patients
We all know that life in a healthcare clinic is hectic and sometimes you need a little bit of help achieving all of your goals. Digital signage can help you with some of your goals while also keeping your patients satisfied.
Placing technology in a business environment has a powerful effect on the relationship between practice and patient from that moment forward. When it is well executed, the results can be overwhelmingly positive.
Technology also serves as a bridge between the needs of the business and the needs of the patient.
If your goal is to keep your patients entertained while they wait and to reduce perceived wait times, introducing a waiting room entertainment system like Hearing News Network® would be a great place to start. This takes the pressure off your staff to keep your visitors entertained and shows your patients that you value their time by providing them with high-quality content while they wait.
If your goal is to keep your patients satisfied or ensure that your staff are meeting all of their needs, introducing a survey system like PatientPoll™ would work nicely. This gives your patients a chance to share their opinions while you get reassurance on your performance. Plus you may even be able to use sections of that survey as testimonials for your practice.
If your goal is to spread the word about your clinic and gain new patients, incorporating ad targeting like SmartFencing™ can help you there. This strategy allows you to send your message to the right people at the right time. And your ads will only be delivered to people who would find your ad relevant either due to their demographic or their location.
Well executed digital technology can easily give your patients what they need, solve problems, speed up processes, and do it in a visually compelling manner that creates a genuine wow.
If you have a marketing or communication issue in your clinic, talk to us today and we can find a solution that works best for you and your patients.