If Communicating Well is one CORE “Why," then this essence should be strategically infused into all your practice branding, culture and grassroots educational marketing initiatives. Led by a genuinely patient-centric “Why,” it is imperative to consistently express this central message to your team, patients and local healthcare community in professional ways which are “loud and clear.”
More patients will Communicate Well when motivated to make evidence- and research-based care decisions. By learning more about common hearing health conditions and how hearing relates to other common medical conditions, those in need and their supportive loved ones can properly evaluate the ideal timing, personalized solutions and quality of life benefits you will help them achieve.
That’s Why educational leadership makes good sense and our upcoming Practice Growth Insights will focus on the vital need for patients and practices to focus on hearing health comorbidities. As we rediscover our “Why,” we will purposely explore “What” and “How.”