Reputation Force Announces it's Proprietary 4 Point Reputation System for Doctors and Plastic Surgeons

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Reputation Force's 4 point business reputation system allows doctors to survive in a reputation based world.

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Reputation Force, an online reputation management company for doctors, is becoming a greater force in this sector. The company compiles reviews in an easy-to-access format and provides solutions handling the negative ones before they have a harmful impact. Recently, Reputation Force released innovative check-in kiosks as a mobile app to increase patient frequency of reviewing their doctors.

April 6, 2015. Reputation Force is becoming a major player in online reputation management. The company’s clientele include medical professionals who are dependent on online reviews to attract new patients. This type of service is significant given that 86 percent of consumers who use local services are influenced by online reviews.

Reputation Force makes it easier for patients to see all of the reviews from a doctor. The company continuously monitors the major review sites, including Yelp, Google, and industry specific sites such as RealSelf. These reviews are directed to a designated “Reviews” page on the doctor’s website. This process enables potential patients to see the complete set of online reviews instead of needing to visit multiple sites to see them all.

Doctors depend on good patient reviews so they can attract new patients. At the same time, “A single bad review can be devastating. Reputation Force lets doctors know immediately if they receive a bad review, so they can take care of it immediately,” says Doug Erickson of Reputation Force. Reputation Force also displays the reviews on Facebook to make viewing easier.

A recent development from Reputation Force is its check-in kiosk mobile app. The app lets customers check in when they arrive for their appointments. When they leave, the app automatically prompts them to leave a review.

Patients are more likely to leave reviews when prompted to do so and guided through the process. For doctors, using the kiosk also means they do not need to ask patients for reviews in person, which can be uncomfortable.

As part of its strategy to reach a greater audience, Reputation Force attended the American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS) meeting in March in Rosemont, IL, and will attend the organization’s “Plastic Surgery 2015: The Meeting” in Boston, MA, in October of this year.

Reputation Force is an online review management company that helps doctors generate and handle patient reviews. The company gathers the reviews of a doctor or practice from the major review sites and displays them on the doctor’s website and Facebook page. Reputation Force proactively filters negative reviews and alerts doctors to take care of them in-house. Its check-in kiosk encourages patients to leave reviews. The company has a 100% satisfaction guarantee with a 60-day risk-free trial. Customers can get their money back with no questions asked if they are not satisfied with Reputation Force’s services.

Interested parties may contact Reputation Force via the company’s website at A response to the online contact form can be expected within 24 hours. Reputation Force can also be reached at (800) 797-0633. Doctors and others who would like to find out more about how the process works, can use the online form or telephone to schedule a free 10-minute demonstration, and take advantage of a 2 month free trial.

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J.D. Roeder
Reputation Force
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