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Welcome to this room!

Debra Engelhardt-Nash

INCREASING TREATMENT ACCEPTANCE

Please relax – be comfortable.

Please be responsible for your personal comfort (fluids in – fluids out)

Please silence your cellular phones.

PLEASE BE READY TO HAVE FUN AND LEARN!


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INCREASING TREATMENT ACCEPTANCE

Presented by Debra Engelhardt-Nash

For South Carolina Dental Association

May 3-6 2012


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“THE MOST EXCITING BREAKTHROUGH OF THE 21ST CENTURY WILL OCCUR NOT BECAUSE OF TECHNOLOGY BUT BECAUSE OF AN EXPANDING CONCEPT OF WHAT IT MEANS TO BE HUMAN”


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Increasing Treatment Acceptance

Generic behavior

Expected behavior

Augmented behavior

Potential behavior


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Increasing Treatment AcceptanceWHERE DOES PRODUCTIVITY COME FROM?

  • New Patients Accepting Treatment

  • Revenue from Continuing Care

  • Patients of Record Accepting Treatment


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Increasing Treatment Acceptance

  • Statistics Worth Monitoring

  • Number of new patients

  • Total dollar Amount for Treatment Presented

  • Total dollar Amount for Treatment Accepted

  • Average case value per new patient

  • Case acceptance percentage


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Increasing Treatment Acceptance

  • Definition of

    ACCEPTED TREATMENT

    Treatment with financial arrangements made


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Increasing Treatment Acceptance

  • AVERAGE TREATMENT PLAN

    Treatment diagnosed vs. Treatment accepted


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WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW

  • WHAT ADDITIONAL TREATMENT IS BEING ACCEPTED FROM CONTINUING CARE PATIENTS?


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WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW

  • HOW MANY NEW PATIENTS DO YOU NEED TO MEET GOALS?


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Who Do You Serve? Can You Expand Your Market?

>$5,000

$2,000-$5,000

$1,000-$2000

$1,000

Demand for Permanent Restorations


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Increasing Treatment Acceptance

THE MOST HIGHLY PAID SKILL IN AMERICA IS EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION. *

*US Dept of Labor


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phone call

office literature

Awareness

Reception Room

TEAM

consultation/exam

Diagnosis

Tx Acceptance

Treatment

Financial Arrangements

PATIENTS ENTERING THE PRACTICE


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THE RELATIONSHIP WITH THE TEAM IS SO IMPORTANT…


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IT WILL EITHER

ENCOURAGE

OR

DISCOURAGE

TREATMENT.


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  • Sustain long term growth and profitability by putting the patient in the center and create an engaging experience that drives patient loyalty and builds the dental practice.


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70%

OF LOST PATIENTS HIT THE ROAD NOT BECAUSE OF FEE


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BUT BECAUSE THEY DIDN’T LIKE THE HUMAN SIDE OF DOING BUSINESS WITH THE PROVIDER OF THE SERVICE.


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OR FELT AN ATTITUDE OF INDIFFERENCE BY THE PROVIDER OF SERVICE.


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Why patients leave your practice

  • 1% Die

  • 3% Move

  • 5% Insurance

  • 9% Location Change

  • 14% Don’t like the dentist

  • 68% Attitude of indifference


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CREATE OPPORTUNITIES

Establish the Atmosphere…

Where the genuine care and comfort of our clients is our highest mission.

How Do You Demonstrate It?


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How do you inspire patients so they know you are

THE

OFFICE?


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  • Match what they want with what you can do

  • Endorse the Doctor

  • Describe how your

    office systems will enhance results.

  • Establish a set of performance tips

  • Build a performance culture

    that differentiates the practice

  • Make a memorable first impression

  • Speak a service language; wear a service wardrobe

  • Hospitality First

    Communicate the heart and soul of the organization

  • Listen to understand

  • Create the perception of quality


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Increasing Treatment Acceptance

The decision to accept treatment is being made the minute the patient calls your office.

Be glad they called-let them hear it in your voice.


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Increasing Treatment Acceptance

Create the atmosphere –

(Physical and emotional)

Utilize Visual Aids

Body Language

Pace

Physicality


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Closing the Patient Service Gap

Experience rules as expectations rise –

Patient Centric – Their needs, their preferences, attention to detail, create individual experiences.

Enhanced Employee Interaction – Engaged employees = delighted patients


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Tell the patient what is special about your office.

Personalize it.


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EVERY STAFF MEMBER IS RESPONSIBLE FOR REINFORCING A CLEAR AND CONSISTENT PRACTICE MESSAGE.


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PATIENT HAS OPPORTUNITY TO DISCUSS CONCERNS, EXPECTATIONS BEFORE TREATMENT BEGINS


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The Patient Interview

  • Team Introduction – Find out What They Want

    The Patient Speaks First

  • Determine how the practice can meet their needs.

  • Intra-oral camera / photography / visual aids

  • Doctor introduction

  • Limited exam / consultation

  • Diagnostics

  • Treatment plan

  • Treatment discussion / acceptance

  • Financial arrangements

  • Scheduling

  • Pre-operative appointment


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QUALITY TIME

PROVIDE

THE INFORMATON YOUR PATIENTS NEED TO CHOOSE THE TREATMENT YOU BOTH WANT.


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What Do I Present?

The Full Meal Deal

All or Nothing At All

Baby Steps

Start Small

Ideal Treatment Plan – Ideal Dentistry


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  • Make a memorable first impression

  • Speak a service language; wear a service wardrobe

  • Hospitality First

    Communicate the heart and soul of the organization

  • Listen to understand

  • Create the perception of quality

  • Match what they want with what you can do

  • Endorse the Doctor

  • Describe how your

    office systems will enhance results.

  • Establish a set of performance tips

  • Build a performance culture

    that differentiates the practice


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Financial Considerations

FINANCIAL ARRANGEMENTS ARE TREATED SENSITIVELY AND RESPONSIBLY


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Tips for Negotiations…

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Practice Power

  • Create Awareness

    Internal and External Marketing

    4-7% Last Year’s Gross


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Internet

61%

Consumers Get Most of Their Information Online

Other, 6.00%

Newspapers and magazines, 6.10%

Television, 6.10%

Family and friends, 12.90%

Healthcare Professional, 23.00%

Source: Prospectiv Report, 2007


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  • Key Components of Internet Strategy

    • Web Site Design

    • Visibility


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Increasing Treatment AcceptanceExpand Your Footprint


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Take advantage of technology

Recorded messages on hold.

Electronic greeting cards.

Electronic newsletters.

Smile Reminders

Website –

Consider hyperlinks

Post FAQ’S

Post Telephone Contact


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Don’t know where to start?

Smile Reminder can Help you!

  • The Tools of Social Media;

  • Emails

  • Texting

  • Face-Book

  • Twitter

  • You Tube

  • Google


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Custom Email Messaging

E-Newsletter Campaigns


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Practice Power

  • Foster a work environment where diversity is valued, quality of life is enhanced, individual aspirations are fulfilled and the practice continues to be strengthened.


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Increasing Treatment Acceptance

CREATE

AWARENESS

Develop External Exposure


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Internet

61%

Consumers Get Most of Their Information Online

Other, 6.00%

Newspapers and magazines, 6.10%

Television, 6.10%

Family and friends, 12.90%

Healthcare Professional, 23.00%

Source: Prospectiv Report, 2007


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Increasing Treatment Acceptance

  • Key Components of Internet Strategy

    • Web Site Design

    • Visibility


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Increasing Treatment AcceptanceExpand Your Footprint


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Take advantage of technology

Recorded messages on hold.

Electronic greeting cards.

Electronic newsletters.

Smile Reminders

Website –

Consider hyperlinks

Post FAQ’S

Post Telephone Contact


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Don’t know where to start?

Smile Reminder can Help you!

  • The Tools of Social Media;

  • Emails

  • Texting

  • Face-Book

  • Twitter

  • You Tube

  • Google


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HOW TO MAKE IT HAPPEN

Stage 1: First it will seem impossible.

Stage 2: Then it will become difficult.

Stage 3. Finally, with persistence , it will get done.

Stage 4. With creativity and enthusiasm it will be effective!

For related articles or

more Information:

Debra Engelhardt-Nash

[email protected]

  • 904- 3459 cell

    704 895 7660 office


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