Ever get the “feeling” a patient is going to miss their appointment? If those no shows and cancelations matter to your practice, don’t ignore that feeling!

I’ve found some highly effective tips for keeping your schedule full of patients who will arrive as expected!

Tips for reducing no shows and cancelations

 

In this video, I explain some strategies I’ve developed in my Austin-area physiotherapy practice for successfully dealing with these schedule-disrupting situations so you can minimize the chances for those no shows or cancelations to materialize. I’ll also walk you through some approaches that can help you prevent similar problems in the future. Finally, I’ll address the underlying mindset that makes such “sales” efforts so difficult for many… and how you can shift it by focusing on why that actually does a disservice to your patients.

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If you would like more valuable information that can help you build the practice of your dreams, be sure to check out the Cash-Based Practice Podcast. This incredible, free resource shares my input as well as many other successful cash-based practice owners and guests. The weekly episodes cover all components of starting or transitioning into the out-of-network/private-pay business model for your private practice.

 

 

 

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