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How to Convert Callers to Appointments

Ask Catherine This Week’s Q&A Topic: How to Convert Callers to Appointments This Week’s Question: Dear Catherine, I run a busy practice and have three receptionists handling the calls. One of them is excellent and the other two need help. No matter how many times I [...]

5 Frustrations You’re Most Likely Facing too…

Ask Catherine This Week’s Question: 5 Frustrations You’re Most Likely Facing too… Dear Catherine, When I first got into practice, I was one of only 3 plastic surgeons in my area. I was busy and all was well. Now, years later, the competition has grown [...]

Your Patients Are in Control of Your Success?

Join me for a free Webinar to discover how to set up  a proven cosmetic patient marketing plan.  This Webinar is no longer available, please check out our online store for tools to  help you with patient attraction, conversion, follow up and retention. Ask Catherine [...]

Mystery Shopping Live Calls

Join me for a free Webinar to discover how to set up  a proven cosmetic patient marketing plan.  This Webinar is no longer available, please check out our online store for tools to  help you with patient attraction, conversion, follow up and retention. Ask Catherine [...]

Avoid Revenue “Melt Down” this Summer

Join me for a free Webinar to discover how to set up a proven cosmetic patient marketing plan. This Webinar is no longer available, please check out our online store for tools to  help you with patient attraction, conversion, follow up and retention. Ask Catherine [...]

How to Convert Callers to Appointments

Ask Catherine This Week’s Q&A Topic: How to Convert Callers to Appointments This Week’s Question: Dear Catherine, I run a busy practice and have three receptionists handling the calls. One of them is excellent and the other two need help. No matter how many times I [...]

New Year. New Plan. New Patients for 2016.

Ask Catherine This Week’s Q&A Topic:  New Year. New Plan. New Patients for 2016. This Week’s Question: Dear Catherine, I heard that you should plan your marketing for the whole year in advance. However, this seems like a lot of work and very inflexible. Do [...]