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.


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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