1) Is my practice name typical, confusing, controversial, or meaningless?
2) Does the messaging on my website, business card, and in my office matter? Does it reflect what the market already wants?
3) Does my pricing and process attract, repel, or require selling?
4) Do I have all the new patients that I need and are the majority of them referred to me?
5) Can I simplify my business model so that complexity is reduced, positioning is retained, and patients want to return and refer?
6) Is my practice a dog and pony show or elegantly professional?
7) Can I accept a patient at any time during office hours, regardless of how busy I am?
8) Do I know how to just give patients only what they want (not what I want them to want, not what I do for myself and family, not what is even best for them) and then let patients go so that they do come back over and over again throughout their lifetime… without saying a word about correction, maintenance, wellness, prevention, function, etc.?
9) Can a patient come in without an appointment and be seen?
10) Am I maintaining the attention of my past and current patients… daily?
ChiroTrust members have everything they need.
As their list grows, their practice becomes more and more solid, sustainable, and successful.
With ChiroTrust, time is not only your friend, it’s a strategy.
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