188: How to Create a Library of Resources for your Patients
Have you ever felt like you answered the same questions over and over throughout the day? Well, if so, I’ve got great news for you. I’m about to show you how you can create a library of resources for your patients that answers all of their commonly asked questions, and doesn’t require you to be involved!
Your patient resource library can contain many different types of resources, but my favorite (and most effective) way is to create a series of videos that answer their most common questions, provide guidance on dietary recommendations, information about supplements, encourage a healthier lifestyle, and more. This not only saves you time but enhances your credibility.
In this episode, we’ll look at how this type of curated patient resources, assembled in a digital library of sorts, can save you so much time and make you look like the expert of all experts in the eyes of your patients.
By the end of this podcast episode, you’ll have a roadmap to help you change the way you support your patients, saving time, boosting patient satisfaction, and elevating your practice. 🌟
In this episode you’ll hear:
👉 Simple strategies to create a comprehensive resource library for your patients.
👉 The top three ways to deliver valuable content without breaking the bank.
👉 The power of video in engaging and educating your patients efficiently.
👉 Tips on selecting topics that resonate with your ideal patient base.
👉 An easy and cost-effective tech solution to host your personalized resource library.
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