Troy, Michigan (PRWEB) June 23, 2016
Doctors and dentists are no strangers to reputation management, and often find themselves scrambling to keep up with the sheer volume of review sites they need to keep tabs on to ensure their reputation isn't being tarnished. Physician Referral Marketing has long offered reputation management services to current clients, but has never before offered it as a stand alone product- until now. Their online reputation management has been revamped and upgraded, making it more powerful and effective in soliciting positive reviews and protecting you from negative reviews. It requires little to no work from front office staff, instead relying on the power of text messaging & email to prompt patients to provide feedback after a visit. They offer a free review and demonstration of the power of reputation management, and welcome physicians and dentists to contact them through their website.
PRM is the advertising agency that famously has exposed the poor practices of physician specialized website development agencies and doctor review sites like Vitals and RateMDs. As a full service healthcare advertising agency, they cater to physician needs and aim to be completely transparent in the costs and benefits of marketing a healthcare practice.
Physician Referral Marketing (PRM) is a full service healthcare marketing agency serving the needs of specialty physician practices throughout the nation. Located just outside of vibrant Detroit MI, the members of PRM come from a variety of backgrounds to ensure that you get world class service at remarkable prices. We are passionate about growing your practice through strategic campaigns and community representation. We firmly believe that customer service is the keystone of every business, and we’ve put the best people in position to ensure your experience is top-notch.
PRM was created in response to the growing needs of physicians for effective marketing, SEO, and referral development. As we observed physicians being inundated by growing responsibilities related to compliance, electronic health records and insurance reimbursements, we saw that these healthcare providers were being pulled away from their true calling, which was to give patients the highest quality care.