Medical Marketing & HIPAA Compliant CRM & Web-Forms
Patient Relationships are Moving Online – Medical Practices Need HIPAA Compliant Database to Store Essential Data About Prospect Patients.
Medical practices need a simple-to-use Customer Relationship Manager (CRM). This CRM should not only store prospect and current patient information, but should be able to exchange information from your EMR and also provide the ability to store business contacts with parent-child relationships – like an Account and Multiple Contacts belonging to a certain Account. The CRM should also have the ability to send Emails, SMS Texts, Social Media messaging, and track communication and HIPAA compliance is expected from such a system. PatientGain.com CRM offers this service . Our pricing starts at $99/mon /mon. Please contact us.
HIPAA Compliant Medical Marketing Platform & CRM
Many medical practice owners and business managers often struggle with setting up a CRM system. PatientGain.com has solved your problem.
PatientGain.com medical marketing platform is designed for business owners, not techies. There is no programming required for applications. PatientGain.com CRM apps can be embedded in existing websites or PatientGain.com Conversion websites and mobilesites can be used. We have created and tested (A/B Tested) several designs, templates, Call-To-Action, Landing Pages, Promotions, Referral Apps, Google Local-Listings, PPC Campaigns, and Lead Capture Pages for successful conversion for Urgent Care centers.
All PatientGain.com CRM, Contact Manager, applications, website, search optimizations, and email marketing work together. No need to assemble dozens of apps and waste your time trying to figure out the best practices. We have done it for you, no assembly required.
Medical Marketing Needs a HIPAA Compliant CRM and Application Platform
Clinic owners, practice managers, and doctors are often forced to work with multiple applications and incompatible online tools to help drive their business. There’s a lot to keep track of: website management, social media, online advertising, patient lead management, generating positive reviews, email marketing, patient communication, online payments, and much more… it can all be difficult to juggle. What’s more, where do you find the time to manage your efforts online while running your clinic effectively and treating your patients? If you do not have a central database, you will constantly struggling with multiple apps, HIPAA compliance, and overlapping redundant information and costs.
Medical Marketing Platform and CRM Saves $18K Per Year.
PatientGain.com data shows you will save 21 to 44 hours a month ( on average 32 hours a month) by using an Integrated Comprehensive Medical Practice Marketing system from PatientGain.com. At $47/hour , your average opportunity cost, this is savings of $1527 per month, or $18K per year, per clinic. This does not include improvement in increased patient acquisition and patient referrals and patient engagement.
Emotional Medical Marketing Techniques and Strategy
Emotional Medical Marketing is focused on healthcare advertising and marketing that appeals to a potential patient’s emotional state and desire. Here are 4 examples:
Example 1 : Medical Weight Loss Clinic : An example of this type medical marketing is a weight-loss clinic show casing a thin person (usually an actor or a past real patient) and using a testimonial along with an “attractive” image of a thin person.
Example 2 : A Medspa or Aesthetics clinic may display before and after picture of a past patient who used Botox(r) injections. Plastic Surgeons use a LOT OF EMOTIONAL Medical Marketing.
Example 3 : An Urgent Care practice may show picture of empty and clean waiting rooms. This appeals to a patient looking for an immediate care, and who does not want to wait in long lines at the emergency room.
Example 4 : A dental practice may show picture of patient with beautiful, perfect white teeth, along with an unforgettable smile.
The results and ROI of Emotional Medical Marketing are immense. And PatientGain data shows that patients have become acceptable to this practice and they “attach” themselves to a brand more than a brand who focuses on “prices” only.