176: The Pros and Cons of Offering Treatment Packages: Are They Right for You?
Have you ever felt frustrated when patients, who seem to be satisfied with their results, suddenly disappear, leaving you wondering what went wrong? Ghosting is not a new trend in our industry but seems to be happening more and more.
But, what if there was an easy way to help you increase patient commitment and optimize your practice for a more steady stream of income? 📈
If you’ve been resistant to the idea of offering packages or programs to your patients, you might be missing out on a perfect solution to combat the rising trend of patients ghosting you after their first few visits.
If the traditional fee-for-service model is not working like it used to then it might be time to think outside the box!
In this episode you’ll hear:
👉 The importance of reevaluating your approach to patient care.
👉 Pros and cons of implementing a package or program in your practice.
👉 Steps to create your own treatment or package program.
👉 How to determine the right pricing strategy for your services.
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