Ever get tired of hearing the price objection from potential patients who are out of network? How To Handle Price Objection From Potential Cash-Pay Patients

If so the video below (which is a follow up to my previous training post on (3 Conversation Tips That Turn Consultations Into Private-Pay Patients), will cover a handful of simple and effective ways to eliminate price objection!

When you watch it you’ll learn…

  • 2 simple questions that get your potential patients to convince themselves your care is worth every penny.
  • How simple math can make your cash-pay services a “no brainer”
  • The one objection-handling technique everyone who has contact with potential patients should know.
  • An age-old “risk reversal” that works as well today as ever.
  • And a whole bunch more…

But before you watch the video below, I’ve got a special invite 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 handling the price objection from potential Cash-Pay Patients. Then during the webinar, I’ll show you how to generate more leads, bring in more consultations, and so much more!

Enjoy the video.

 

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