InboundMD is announcing an 11 post blog series reviewing the top doctor and medical practice review sites.
At the end of the series we’ll release our free downloadable eBook:
How to Craft a Formidable Personal Statement for Your Review Site Profile
We’ll be publishing the posts once a week over the next couple of months.
The series will focus on the online review sites that your patients and potential patients are visiting to learn more about your practice, the services you offer, and the level of care that you provide.
Some of the reviews are about sites that you’re already familiar with such as:
The other reviews include these directories and online resources that you may not have considered for your practice but, they are just as important to the success of your online presence:
Whether or not you already have a profile on any of sites, the InboundMD reviews will tell you what to look for, what’s important, what’s not important, and how to optimize your profile to attract patients and provide accurate information.
One Reason to Pay Attention to the InboundMD Review Series
If there’s only one thing that you take away from this series is that you need to watch out for the review sites that let anyone create a profile about you.
For some of these sites, if a patient wants to leave a review about a doctor and how well they were treated, they simply need to enter in some basic information.
So if you’re not paying attention to your online profile, responding to reviews, and updating office hours and locations then, who is?
In the meantime, as we begin rolling out our review posts, you can get started with these resources:
- An Inside Look At How A Health Care Review Site Manages Reviews: Interview with Ted Chan, CEO of CareDash, a fast-growing heath care review site, explains how review sites handle negative reviews and the online relationship between doctors and patients.
- 2017 Medical Practice Marketing Tips: Doctors, healthcare professionals, and marketers provide their top 24 healthcare and medical marketing tips to help you grow your practice.
As online reviews become more important to the health of your healthcare practice, there’s increasingly been some confusion, gray area, and frustration.
Stay tuned for our series on how to navigate these sites that doctors either love, hate, or love to hate.