How Private Medical Practices Can Prepare to Reopen After COVID-19
Sequence Health, a medical marketing company has programs specifically for bariatric clinics to help them prepare for the wave of people wanting to take on weight loss surgery after the lockdowns end.
By: Sequence Health
It's not easy to maintain a business when nobody is coming through the doors. However, an Atlanta-based marketing company is helping many different private practices during these crazy times.
Sequence Health, a medical marketing company that specializes in helping private practices grow their clientele, has programs specifically for bariatric clinics to help them prepare for the wave of people wanting to take on weight loss surgery after the lockdowns end.
They also provide help for orthopedic programs and other kinds of private medical programs.
"Though there are some unknowns, one thing is certain - there will be a dramatic surge in demand for bariatric procedures as the country emerges from this crisis," explains Marie Rosenzweig, Director of Operations at Sequence Health.
In Sequence Health's COVID-19 statement, Marie lays out how Sequence Health is helping closed down businesses during this crisis.
"Because of the service-oriented nature of our business, we maintain disaster and contingency plans, and we wanted to assure you that we are fully committed to ensuring the continued delivery of your services."
"Whether those are patient contact and activation-related, web or marketing-related, or in the online seminar and software areas. In this regard, our plans allow us to rapidly deploy resources across all of our offices and to support a variety of remote work setups should that ever be necessary."
The main concern that private practices have is how they're going to deal with the increased demand once they reopen. Sequence Health has prepared by offering website marketing services, as well as help setting up online webinars.
"Webinars, or web seminars, are ways to provide a lot of great information without requiring people to come in for an info session," says Rosenzweig. "It's an essential part of medical marketing, especially during these times."
They also offer medical call center services so that practices don't have to spend an inordinate amount of resources fielding calls, scheduling, verifying and authorizing insurance, and setting up patient priority. This way, practices will be able to deal with the increase in demand after the crisis ends.
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