033: Creating A Map for Your Patient’s Journey
As we all know, when a new patient comes in to see you for the first time, they’re at Point A. And as a practitioner, you know it’s your job to get them to Point B – which is the place where they feel better. But, if you don’t have a step-by-step plan, there’s a good chance that your patient will feel overwhelmed, and it’s going to be that much harder to build that connection and help them feel better.
Think about it this way: imagine that your patient is Dorothy in Oz. If you can give them a Yellow Brick Road to follow, they’re eventually going to get where they want to be. And even though there may be a few bumps in the road along the way, by mapping out a general plan for their journey, you will help them feel much more confident during the process.
Today’s episode is all about learning how to give your patients a holistic, step-by-step plan for success so they can track their progress with a Patient Journey Map that you’ve created specifically for them.
- (1:27) Why it’s so easy to totally overwhelm a patient on the first visit, especially if they’re very sick or have multiple issues.
- (6:07) How to create a Patient Journey Map for your patients – and why this step-by-step action plan is a game-changer
- (12:13) How to personalize the journey for each of your patients to preemptively answer their most pressing questions.
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