Make the final quarter the best in 2021 using a perfected end of the year patient contact system
Preparation prevents poor performance
The final quarter of every year increases broken appointments, no-shows, last-minute cancellations, and lots of appointment changes because the patients have so many holiday-related distractions!
And you all know what happens when patients “suddenly” realize that the end of the year is in 30 days and they call in a panic demanding that your doctor do that crown they have been putting off, or they haven’t used both of the cleanings and want things done before the end of the year.
Having a full schedule never means it will remain full. The strength of what you do at this point in your year will help the practice to create a full, productive schedule it will also create a deep priority call list for patients that want to get their treatment done and have the flexibility to come for openings in your schedule.
It is the end of the third quarter, and the fourth quarter is in front of you. If you do not have a plan, you will be going to an unknown destination without a map.
Preparation, organization, and focus will have the practice enjoying the 4th quarter by decreasing the stress, hitting goals, and serving your patients.
Don't shoot from the hip or reinvent the wheel Cindy Ishimoto's Complete Year-End Patient Contact system includes the steps to take, sample Texts, Letters, Emails, Blog Posts, and Social Media posts along with verbal skills to support you.
Purchasing this polished perfected system is the perfect start to preparations for your sprint to success. The map is designed for ease of implementation: invest in the purchase of the system and then invest in the time to make it all happen.
Don't blame the holiday season of the fall quarter for all of the openings in your schedule, take control now. There is never a reason to ease up or make excuses for why business is slow or why things aren't going right.
Do the work that it takes, and you will have a productive final quarter of the year. Instead of blaming the holidays and the Pandemic for decreased productivity, work on doing everything you can to serve your patients.