This final episode of 2016 is a look back on the previous year. Nick Seabrook, Brad Evanovich, and Eric Scharber - very much part of the A-team - are back and waxing philosophic about the past year and the lessons learned.
We also take a look ahead to 2017 and make some predictions about what is to come.
Roger McManus and Tim Rowan have over 60 years of combined experience in the Home Care and Marketing world. In this actionable education session, they show you how to increase your online presence and market share. The proliferation of the digital age in Healthcare is here, but are you and your agency using the tools right in front of your face to drive referrals? If you are not, this session will give you some simple, actionable, and very affordable steps to change that.
As part of the purchase of this session, you will also receive Tim & Roger's "Website Physical" for FREE! This deep dive into the analytics behind your company's website will astonish you with its output and suggestions to maximize the online awareness of your organization. Come see the value of this education and get the tools and information you need to take the next step into the 21st century of Home Care Marketing!
Tim Rowan, the man behind the Home Care Technology Report. This interesting man - a "go-to" source on all things Home Care - opens up on the path that brought him to where he is today, and what lessons were hardest learned along the way.
This week's So What, Who Care? episode brings us Michael Blackstone, MD. Dr. Blackstone is CEO of SutureHealth, a well respected member of the Homecare and Physician Community, and an LSU fan.
Our discussion starts with how he left the business of practicing medicine to become an entrepreneur (see the article about him on our site: ); moves into how his featured product, SutureSign, is fitting an enormous need in the market; then we have a quick detour into the world of Homecare & Hospice Marketing; and then get his take on LSU's upcoming football season (whilst I lament the pending doom and despair as an Auburn Tiger).
Michael is polished and well spoken, whereas I seem to say 'dad gum' alot. Nevertheless, this is a great way to get to know a true up-and-comer in the Post-Acute and Physician Practice space.
From the HCAF Conference, Eileen Freitag of Fazzi provides a dynamic presentation with clear insights and strategies for developing a total customer service program. Learn the how a "real" customer service can increase patient satisfaction and loyalty, generate more referrals and new sources of referrals, and increasing staff satisfaction and morale.