Enrol in this 8 week workshop that will take you through the steps you need to take control of your Private Practice.
This is for NHS Consultants who want to take control of the flow of patients in to their private practice.
If you have a database of patients, then you should be able to get a return on your investment with a few weeks.
...and if you put in place the systems I will show you, then you will continue to get a return on your investment for evermore!
My decision to do the course was quite easy; I only needed to see a few extra new patients to make the money spent worthwhile – it felt like there was little to lose.Dr Richard Shaffer, Consultant Clinical Oncologist
One bit of advice that has stuck is that we should be more in control of our businesses, rather than relying on the goodwill of private hospitals to generate our patient referrals.
What You'll Learn
Be prepared to see the light and escape the mediocrity of your average Private Practice
WEEK 1 - CONTACT YOUR DATABASE
We kick off with a quick win, all you have to do is get in touch with people who have recently been to see you
WEEK 2 - ORGANISE YOUR DATABASE
Once you realise how powerful your database is, you need to segment it so that you can send out relevant information
WEEK 3 - HOW TO GET MORE ENQUIRIES
You need to give potential patients a reason to get in touch with you and then you need to make it easy for them to contact you
WEEK 4 - HOW TO HANDLE ENQUIRIES
This is an area that has to be systemised. You cannot rely on your secretary if you want a predictable and reliable practice
WEEK 5 - AFTER CONSULTATION, WHAT NEXT?
This is an area where many of us pay little attention, yet these patients are more valuable than new enquiries
WEEK 6 - THE SECRET TO CONTINUITY
In order to have a sustainable practice, you need to develop processes to keep in touch and follow up with patients rather than constantly looking for new ones
WEEK 7 - BUILD YOUR BUSINESS
Once you accept that you have a separate job that involves getting and keeping patients, then you can start dedicating time and energy to it
WEEK 8 - COMMIT TO CONSISTENCY
There is a reason why most doctors do not have a reliable source of income from Private Practice, it requires a commitment that not everyone is prepared to give