whitePaper | January 2, 2018
When looking toward the future and planning the success of their practices, many practitioners have the tendency to focus on expanding their base, gaining new patients, and setting goals for growth to achieve their hopes and dreams. Of course, attracting new patients to your practice is a necessary part of growing. Without an influx of new patients, no practice can survive the normal attrition that happens in any office. But without a solid plan for retaining current patients, growth will not be possible, or will be minimized at best.