How would it feel if you could predictably turn more consultations into Private-Pay Patients?
I’m talking about prospective patients excitedly saying yes to paying out of pocket for a long term plan of care, and doing so with little to no pushback or objection!
If that sounds like something you’d like to experience in your Practice today’s training video below is going to help!
But before you watch it, I’ve got a special invite for you.
Obviously turning consultations into Private-Pay Patients is only one small piece of the puzzle when it comes to running a successful Cash-Based Practice.
If you’d like to learn the entire step-by-step process my students and I use to fill our appointment calendars with Private-Pay Patients, then this invite is perfect for you.
I’m holding a free online training where I’ll break down all 4 steps of my “Cash-Pay Profit Formula.”
This is a literal blueprint to adding or expanding your Private-Pay patient base so you can make this a more profitable year without having to increase your workload.
Seats are limited so REGISTER FOR THIS FREE TRAINING HERE.
Once you register, be sure to watch today’s video on turning Consultations into Private Pay Patients. Then on the webinar, I’ll show you how to generate more leads, bring in more consultations, and so much more.
Enjoy the video.
Health care industry is so crazy about confidentiality. And we have been taught to frown up asking for existing or current clients’ testimony. It can be tricky. How do we deal with this issue without breaching confidentiality or using our undue influence to get the testimony from clients for our financial / marketing benefits? I sometimes, feel torn between being a business owner and a treating clinician. Pls offer any ideas, thoughts, advice and even suggestions.
Thanks for the question, Christine. Yes, this particular component/topic can be MUCH trickier in the mental health practice world .. I think the main suggestion I’d have is to be overly clear (both spoken and written) that you’d only want them to leave an online review if they feel 100% comfortable doing so. This marketing approach may just not be one you can push hard with in the Psychotherapy world, and you might want to simply focus your efforts on other forms of marketing that don’t have these higher risks.
Thanks for being honest about the limitations of certain marketing strategies when it comes to mental health field. Your honesty has helped clarified many confusions that I have about marketing psychotherapy practice