Product Profile: New Patient Mastery 5-Star Certification Program from the Scheduling Institute
Proven strategy for practice growth helps attract new patients.
PROVEN STRATEGY FOR PRACTICE GROWTH HELPS ATTRACT NEW PATIENTS
FEATURES AND BENEFITS
- Utilizing a foundation of new patient growth and backed by 20 years of success, the Scheduling Institute’s New Patient Mastery 5-Star Certification Program is tailored to clinicians who would like to work less, make more money, and have more fun practicing dentistry.
- Created by Jay Geier, founder and president, the Scheduling Institute’s time-tested methods have helped practices worldwide grow their patient base by 10% to 40% in only a few months.
- Vital to the program’s success, the Scheduling Institute employs 56 certified training specialists who are experts in practice growth. They are highly effective in engaging dental teams and, through full-day, onsite training, will help them understand the true value of new patients and increased production.
- The program is designed to take the work off of the dentist and put it on the staff to execute — supported by the Scheduling Institute’s expert guidance every step of the way.
- Since 1997, the Scheduling Institute has conducted more than 16,000 training programs in offices worldwide, and now trains approximately 350 dental teams each month.
- The New Patient Mastery 5-Star Certification Program is designed to provide consistency and accountability through goal setting and reporting, educational videos, new patient tracking, and online tools and resources.
The Scheduling Institute and its expert training staff have been helping practices worldwide with a simple guarantee: They’ll increase the office’s new patient base by 10% to 40% in less than 90 days, with no additional marketing or advertising. Although numerous companies have tried to replicate the Scheduling Institute’s methods, none have been able to match its results. Visit the website to learn how any dental office can benefit from their expertise and proven growth strategies.
From Decisions in Dentistry. February 2017;3(2):59.