In 1997, I (Dr. David Berg) opened my first healthcare clinic and had no idea how to run it. I had just moved from Canada and didn’t have any experience in the U.S. healthcare system. My first year in business I went broke and basically treated people for free. The move itself was a big risk for me and my lack of knowledge was apparent – I even had two Canadian holidays built into the holiday schedule because I didn’t know any better (though our team didn’t mind). The only way out for me was to ask the people around me and my customers what I should do. And they told me. They didn’t like being put on hold, parking in the back, having to wait too long to be seen and they certainly didn’t like copays. Dan Sullivan says, “The customer is your 50 percent partner” and in our case, this could not be more true. (more…)
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