How does your dental business stack up?
Yes, I promised you the next in my series of ‘Marketing Your Dental Practice’ blogs this month. But forgive me, I’m going to share my best advice on generating a consistent stream of new patients via your existing patients next month instead.
This is because an important new report is now available from Clear Vision which you need to hear about…
Clear Vision’s Third Annual UK Dental Business KPI Review has just been published and you now have the chance read it to:
• Compare your own recall and new patient rates with the UK averages
• Benefit from the tips and insights included in the report to emulate the success of the highest-achieving UK practices
Want to hear about the key findings?
This year’s report shows that amidst a post-recession economy, UK dental businesses continue to work to improve their underlying numbers – those not found in annual accounts – in order to achieve the ideal double whammy of:
1. Providing exceptional dental care and patient experience, AND
2. Seeing greater success, increased profits and the achievement of their dental business vision
These underlying numbers, often referred to as Key Performance Indicators (KPIs), improved on average for practices across the UK in 2013 in areas including patient recall rates and new patient figures.
However, the top quartile of UK dental businesses contributed strongly to this rise in results, as they consistently succeeded in generating noticeably higher monthly figures compared to their counterparts.
Want to know how they did it?
The secret lies in their ability to combine productive and creative relationships with their patients, with an unwavering dedication to testing and measuring the results of their efforts.
They identified and used opportunities to provide memorable moments for their patients, alongside paying consistent attention to their internal systems and how these can be tweaked and improved.
Get your hands on a copy of the new report and discover specific insights to help you emulate their success.
Marketing your Dental Practice: The Memorable Moment – how and why you should use it to make your practice more successful
Marketing your Dental Practice: Your Top 7 Tips for a more effective patient recall message
Your Patient Journey – get it right and watch your dental business grow