RateMDs is a popular healthcare-specific online review site that allows patients to review their physicians. The site is free for both physicians and patients to use. It was founded in 2004 by the same person who founded RateMyProfessors.com and RateMyTeachers.com. The Basics Can practices have a listing, or is the site just for physicians? RateMDs […]
Reputation marketing primarily focuses on the online review websites that are now very prevalent in search results. The vast majority of patients typically have positive things to say about your practice, so reputation marketing focuses on collecting more online reviews from patients so that other potential patients see an accurate representation of your reputation when searching online.
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We encourage practices to monitor their reviews online and claim their profiles on listing sites to be able to manage and respond to reviews. To give you an idea of what to expect from each review site, we will be reviewing the most popular sites that patients use to review their physicians. First up is […]
Online patient reviews are becoming increasingly popular, and it is important that your practice stays in the know about what is being said about you online. While a few negative reviews may not completely ruin the reputation of your practice, you shouldn’t just leave them alone either. These reviews can give you helpful insights into […]
Great musicians and public speakers can incorporate audience feedback on the fly to help shape their performance. For medical and surgical practices, the process looks rather different. Gathering feedback happens in a few ways: by providing an avenue for someone to share opinions, by actively asking for feedback, and by going out to find feedback […]
Doximity, the social media network for physicians, has been getting a lot of buzz lately in the healthcare community. The network has grown tremendously since its 2010 launch; the company claims that 70% of the country’s physicians have joined. Are there really benefits to a physician-only social network? Early adopters seem to think so. They may […]