Be confident in your delivery, but not pushy. Avoid scare tactics and explain your/your doctor’s previous experiences with procedures, typical outcomes, and potential risks.
4. Earn Trust
Patients can become confused when your team is referencing different terminology. Encourage everyone on your team to use consistent wording for specific procedures and avoid using technical jargon as much as possible.
Unconscious bias and stereotyping affect treatment planning conversations and patient care. Overcome internal assumptions by asking yourself questions like: “If this person were younger/older/weighed less/looked like me, would I treat them differently?”
Boost same-day acceptance by offering multiple ways for patients to pay (credit card/care credit, in-house financing, online payments) and schedule procedures on the same day or in as few visits as possible.
7. Payment Options
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