Newsletter July 2019

Do you know about this SocialClimb feature?
Service Recovery
Even the best physicians receive some negative feedback.

SocialClimb’s medical service recovery tools

make it easy to see, manage, respond to, and track negative reviews. Most of our customers utilize SocialClimb’s service recovery workflow to a certain extent, but are you fully taking advantage of how much control SocialClimb gives you over the service recovery process?
All reviews left on public review platforms will show up in the “Ratings and Reviews” tab in SocialClimb. When a poor review (3 stars and below) comes in on one of your platforms it will show an orange “Recovery” button (see above). This is where the recovery process for SocialClimb users begins. From here responsibilities can be assigned to other SocialClimb users and can be categorized both by the type of issue and where it is in the recovery process.
Higher level administrators can track how service recovery for their account is doing in the “Recovery Report” found on the left hand bar.
This report gives a breakdown of what users are participating in the service recovery process, what kinds of issues they are dealing with, if they have replied publicly, and if the issue has been resolved. This report is helpful for data tracking in a practice of any size, but SocialClimb especially recommends that larger practices utilize this function so that no dissatisfied patients slip through the cracks.
To learn more about the SocialClimb service recovery process, contact your customer success manager. We are happy to do an in depth training and answer any questions you might have about the service recovery process.
Service recovery is one of the most important aspects of managing and maintaining your online reputation. For further tips on how to go about service recovery as a medical practice check out this
*Did you know
any review can go through the service recovery process, even if it has more than three stars? Simply select the three dots next to a review and hit “service recovery” to get started.

Reputation Critical in Medical Marketing

recent study
revealed that local business’s online presence has never been more critical to their potential clients’ perceptions. 86% of consumers read reviews for local businesses. Consumers are more likely than ever to trust online reviews as much as personal recommendations, with 91% of 18-34-year-olds stating that they trust web reviews as much as word of mouth ones. 

Growth Mindset for Medical Marketing
SocialClimb’s Professional Set is launching at the end of this month, and with it will come a smarter way for medical practices to market themselves. Whether you’re planning on upgrading or not, see where your practice falls on our
Growth Mindset Chart

Lone Peak Dental Group
Supporting 55+ independent dental practices throughout the United States, Lone Peak Dental Group, based in the Denver area, needed a way to improve doctor and practice reputation while maintaining each practice’s individual branding.
General surgeon Dr Mitch explains SocialClimb and our direct connection to “nerd science.” Learn more about our new Dr. Mitch campaign
Events Attended this Month

Dykema Dental Conference July 10-12
Our team had a great time at the annual Dykema DSO conference. Dr. Mitch DSS was a hit and so was SocialClimb. A big thanks to everyone who stopped by our booth. We are excited to work with more DSO’s as we expand our presence in the dental space.

American Association of Dental Office Management Annual Meeting July 18-20
We enjoyed meeting many new dental managers at the Orlando Hilton Bonnet Creek Resort for the AADOM Dental Management Conference this past weekend. Our SocialClimb booth (and socks!) were both hits and we look forward to working with many of the contacts we made.
Upcoming Events

American Association of Dental Office Management Annual Meeting July 18-20
Hosted at the Orlando Hilton Bonnet Creek Resort, this year is the 15th anniversary of the AADOM Dental Management Conference. Join over 1,000 dental managers and learn from some of the best speakers in dentistry.

2019 Asheville OrthoForum Regional Meeting August 1-3
Hosted at the Omni Nashville hotel, the Asheville OrthoForum’s 2019 meeting will include a combination of presentations on current issues facing large orthopaedic groups including the review of 2018 benchmarking data, operational and revenue cycle improvements to address the continued squeeze on payer reimbursement, trends in organization and governance and meeting value-based payment challenges. 
901 Mopac Expressway South
Building 1, Suite 300
Austin, TX 78746

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