Net One Click Helps Medical Practices Generate 5-Star Reviews With Patient Promoter Software

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The reputation management system developed by the medical marketing agency allows medical practices to use reviews from their best patients to generate new ones and drive business growth

Temecula, California Jun 16, 2022 (Issuewire.com) – Net One Click has announced that medical practices seeking better ways to manage their brand identity can rely on its Patient Promoter software to manage patient experience, improve reputation, and capture the voice of the patient with the purpose of increasing awareness about their operation and driving business growth.

The medical reputation management system was developed by the medical marketing agency to allow medical practices to generate new clients using reviews from their best patients.

In a recent study, 71% of patients admitted to using online reviews as the first step in finding a new doctor. Further inquiry revealed that 90% of patients use online reviews to evaluate physicians, while 79% of the respondents said they trust online reviews as much as personal recommendations from friends or family.

As the internet continues to enjoy the world’s focus, businesses and industries are being forced to innovate their services around the new reality or risk missing out entirely. In the highly competitive world of medical care, only those who have strategically positioned their medical practices to optimize the internet for their benefit, meet the minimum requirements of patients.

With Patient Promoter, medical practices will be able to drive online reviews to the important social platforms, boosting their authenticity and also providing them with actionable intelligence with which to optimize their operations.

“Our medical reputation management system operates an ethical process with zero pressure or incentives for respondents,” says Kris Kiler, president of Net One Click. “By adopting a single-question approach as opposed to lengthy surveys that bore patients, Patient Promoter easily generates authentic feedback and reviews from patients, without requiring your staff to undergo training on how to use the software.”

The amazing features of the Patient Promoter software include a standardized process for continuity with every patient, a reporting system, an alert system for following up with the most urgent patient issues, and so much more. With the recently launched Consignment Link, medical practices can use a custom QR code for in-office signage and other materials to increase opportunities to gather feedback from patients.

To help more practices understand the importance of proper reputation management, Net One Click has also made available a special report titled The Patient Experience: A Quick Guide to Reputation Management for Healthcare. The special report contains insightful information on issues such as what patients seek in medical care.

Anyone interested in the company’s affordable medical reputation management system can visit the Net One Click website to request a free consultation.

About Net One Click

Net One Click provides full-service outsourced marketing services to small to midsize medical practices. Our Platform Medical Marketing System focuses on the strategic development of core assets that provide our clients with a unique competitive advantage to develop, engage, and acquire patients for life. We have developed a unique and proprietary system called Patient Promoter for generating 5-star reviews for medical practices as well as a low-cost medical website design hosting experience that delivers high-quality websites for medical practices.

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