Scott Zeitzer catches up with returning guest Dr. Ira Kirschenbaum for the 100th episode of the Paradigm Shift of Healthcare. In this episode, Dr. Kirschenbaum shares a passion project of his: the Journal of Orthopaedic Experience & Innovation (JOEI). He stresses the need for continued open conversation between surgeons to help advance the field of orthopaedics. Engage […]
With P3 Medical Marketing, we believe that in order to effectively market your medical or surgical practice online, you need a combination of factors—social media, search engine optimization (SEO), and a good marketing strategy. Our goal is to provide you with the insights you need to do that.
If you’re new to online marketing, it can seem complicated or confusing—that’s where we come in. We break down basic concepts about online marketing and SEO and give tips on how to improve your online marketing strategy. Whether you know a lot or a little about online marketing, we’ve got you covered!
According to Pew Research Center, 72% of U.S. adults have searched for health information online. This means that if you want to attract new patients, you’ll need to market yourself online. There are lots of different ways you can market yourself online, but all of those marketing efforts need to point to one central location, […]
As competition for patients increases, practices have to be ready to reevaluate their marketing strategies. Michael and Scott discuss ways to combine the value of speaking engagements with advertising efforts. They review the need to have a stellar intake system for new patients, and they share some pitfalls to avoid for practices’ ad campaigns. Engage With Us […]
With referring physician groups getting bought out and the ups and downs of patient volumes during the pandemic, practices need a reliable way to grow without having to churn through more patients. Chen Yen, an author, national speaker, and founder of Fill My Holistic Practice and the Introverted Visionary brand, joined us to discuss how practices […]
Patients have different expectations of their healthcare providers than they did in the past. The desire for consumer-focused healthcare has continued to grow over the years, and the pandemic has only accelerated this push among patients. While consumerization may force practices to change their normal processes, those that can adapt can improve patient interactions, build […]
Because we primarily work with ortho, spine, and neuro practices, we often talk to practices whose patients tend to fall into the “senior” category. This is especially true for practices that focus on joint replacements and degenerative spinal conditions. When a practice primarily serves older patients, we’ll often hear phrases like, “We don’t need to […]
COVID may have sped up the adoption and use of telemedicine, but it’s likely here to stay even as COVID impacts wax and wane. Patients are indicating a desire for telemedicine beyond COVID safety measures. In this episode, Michael and Scott discuss some of the recent statistics on telemedicine use among patients, and how practices […]