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Using a CRM for Your Occupational Medicine Practice

April 8 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm CDT

How using a CRM (Customer Relationship Management) software can help you track and close more employer client deals

So, you are an Occupational Medicine professional and want to get more clients for your practice? You know that having a CRM is one of the best ways to do this, but it’s so hard to choose and set up the right one for your practice. There are hundreds of options out there and they all look pretty similar on paper. It’s not easy to tell which one will work well with your workflow and be worth the money.

This webinar will teach you how to use your CRM software as an effective tool for prospecting and closing more occ med business. We’ll walk you through what makes a good occ med CRM and how we picked our favorite solutions after trying dozens over several years. We’ll also share some tips on using email marketing automation to nurture prospects into leads that convert into paying customers.

In 2011, David, seeing a need for increased outreach from occ med practices to employers, developed our outsourced lead generation program.

This program employs a team of project managers, lead researchers, and callers. The program has generated thousands of qualified leads for occ med providers nationwide. It has grown to include consulting for all aspects of occupational medicine sales and marketing.

The lead generation program also offers similar services to vendors looking to connect with medical practices.

David brings over 15 years of experience in local advertising sales and marketing. In local marketing, the key success factor is delivering a return on the investment, or tangible results. By staying focused on ROI and understanding his clients’ business and customers, David has been successful in providing consultative advertising services at several community newspapers.

Details

Date:
April 8
Time:
11:00 am - 12:00 pm CDT
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Website:
https://naohp.thrivecart.com/crm-for-occmed/