How To Design And Print Referral Cards To Market Your Diagnostic Center

How To Design And Print Referral Cards To Market Your Diagnostic Center

Many diagnostic imaging centers print referral cards for providers, which they can give to patients that they refer to your facility.

If you’re not providing referral cards or pamphlets to your referring physicians, now is a great time to start.

Just like any promotional material, design matters

Not only should your cards be aesthetically pleasing, they need to have the necessary information in an easy to read format.

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Here are the must-haves for your referral cards

  1. Website
  2. Phone number
  3. Address
  4. Logo
  5. Types of exams offered
  6. Map
  7. Photo of staff, building, or equipment

Pro Tip: If you have a handful of high referring physicians, make their cards specific to their practice. They will love that you took the extra effort to personalize their referral cards with their practice name. read more

4 Fundamental Radiology Marketing Strategies

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Radiology Marketing Strategies: Fundamental Planning Steps To Grow an Imaging Center

Most imaging centers have some radiology marketing strategies up their sleeves. However, sales and marketing in diagnostics is an area that has become increasingly challenging and complex. A clear picture of your current situation, your goals, and the path of least resistance to reach those goals is crucial.

There’s more to it than making a list of strategies and jumping right in. Trial and error lead to time and money lost unnecessarily.

Research, data assessment, and patient and provider feedback are the guiding forces behind an effective marketing plan for any imaging center. read more

Diagnostic Imaging Marketing Hack: Setting up Click-To-Call On Your Website

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Get More From Your Diagnostic Imaging Marketing With This 5-Minute Fix

Your diagnostic imaging marketing doesn’t mean much if your phone number isn’t easy to call. A phone call is the main method of contact for most imaging centers and the phone number is most often found online.

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Diagnostic Imaging Marketing Emails Can Be An Effective Method of Getting More Patients & Referrals

Should Email Be A Cornerstone Of Your Diagnostic Imaging Marketing Strategy?

Is your diagnostic imaging marketing plan not producing the results you want? We all get emails in our inbox, but sending out emails isn’t so easy, especially for an imaging center. There are plenty of resources out there that detail how to sell products through email, but not many that are specific to the medical field, much less email marketing for an imaging center.

But don’t be discouraged, email can certainly be an effective marketing method for imaging centers. Whether you’re currently sending out emails, or not, this article will explain exactly what you should write about, who you should send to, and much more. read more

The Best Patient Retention Strategies for Diagnostic Centers

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Great strategy guides have been created for increasing patient referrals to new and growing diagnostic imaging centers, but much less is written about strategies for diagnostic patient retention

Focusing only on marketing your imaging center to gain new patients may mean failing to nurture existing patients, which can hinder your efforts to build your imaging center’s reputation. And a good reputation is key to gaining new diagnostics patients and growing your imaging center overall.

How to keep radiology patientsPatients who slip through the cracks may suffer negative consequences of disrupted care, while your center loses the rewards of all the hard work that has gone into your outreach and reputation-building efforts. read more