You have to build physician reviews. This is non-negotiable. Even if you know how important it is to your success, you may be struggling with the time to get it done. You don’t have to go through it alone. You also don’t have to spend a lot of time. Three steps simplify the process. Plus, when you access the services by ReputationDefender, you earn some extra tools that cut down on the time you need to make a difference.
Step 1 – Communicate
When you start to build physician reviews, communication is critical. You have to talk to employees and let them know what you are doing and what the consequences are. If employees know they are going to be reviewed, they are likely going to be on better behavior. You also have to talk to patients and let them know about your goals. When you tell more patients what you are trying to do, more will ask you how they can help in some way.
Step 2 – Ask for Reviews
Ask for reviews from patients. Patients won’t know that you need their help unless you ask. You don’t want to ask for generic help, though. Be specific. Provide links to where they need to go to leave the review. The links can be for wellness.com, ratemd.com or some of the generic review sites like Google Local or Insider Pages.
Step 3 – Monitor
Monitor all the reviews to build physician reviews. You cannot build physician reviews if you don’t know what’s coming in. All incoming reviews have to be collected to ensure you know when someone is leaving positive and negative feedback. The faster you address negative issues, the faster you can overcome them. You don’t need a lot of bad feedback, so monitoring will give you more control over what’s being shown to others online.