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Reputation Management

According to a 2020 patient survey, 70% of patients check online reviews when looking for a doctor, making it the most popular online resource and Only 3.8 percent of patients say online reviews aren't important. Online Reputation impacts both, patient perceptions and google search results.

Not just appreciations, Practice Crown helps you deal the criticism

According to a survey conducted by Software Advice, 70% of patients believe it is very or moderately important for providers to respond to negative reviews. For doctors, dealing with negative feedback is critical to maintaining a positive reputation. Practice Crown Online reputation management quickly alerts you about a negative feedback so that you can act swiftly and according to the HIPPA Compilations.

Why should you choose Practice Crown solutions?

Connect with potential patients

Alerts on Bad

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Performance Metrics

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Easy EMR

What can Practice Crown for you:

  • Google's removal of negative content
  • Negative online content should be buried.
  • Keep your online reputation safe.
  • Panel to Improve Knowledge
  • Writing Wikipedia pages for individuals or businesses
  • Enhance your ratings and reviews
  • Create a personal brand.
  • Reputation marketing can help you improve your online brand.
  • Enhancement of search engine rankings
Automation is the key to more patients

What are the advantages of a Good Reputation

Better opportunities, fewer missed opportunities, easier hiring, better reviews and ratings, and being given the benefit of the doubt are all advantages of having a positive reputation.

Executives and businesses are the most common targets for reputation management services. Politicians, small businesses, celebrities, countries, products, and branded services are among the other entities that benefit from a positive reputation. Almost every industry uses some form of reputational PR to improve how they are perceived online around the world and in dozens of languages.