"The opportunity to learn from the leaders of these world-renowned academic medical institutions and to contribute to their ability to improve their online social reputations is an honor.”
AUSTIN, Texas (PRWEB) September 06, 2018
SocialClimb, the top physician reputation builder, has partnered with the Academic Orthopaedic Consortium (AOC) to help its members develop and leverage the online reputations of their practices and physicians.
With more than 94 institutional members, the AOC includes 80 of the top orthopedic training medical schools in the U.S., and more than 2,300 surgeons. The SocialClimb team is delivering custom reputation development plans and current reputation reports for each group to help them improve and manage their online reputations and dominate local search results. SocialClimb already works with more than 2,000 orthopedic surgeons in independent practices around the country.
SocialClimb’s unique feature set and its understanding of orthopedic practice marketing and reputation needs were key factors in the development of this alliance. Enabling each surgeon to leverage their personal reputation and skill set to market themselves and their practice is core to what SocialClimb does.
The partnership between SocialClimb and the AOC took effect in June 2018. The SocialClimb team is enjoying the opportunity to work with the leaders and physicians at the institutions that make up the AOC and to attend the group’s annual meetings.
“We are excited to be part of the AOC,” said Ty Allen, CEO of SocialClimb. “The organization's membership is amazing. The opportunity to learn from the leaders of these world-renowned academic medical institutions and to contribute to their ability to improve their online social reputations is an honor.”
For more information about SocialClimb, visit SocialClimb.com.
SocialClimb helps physicians improve their reputations, dominate local search and increase revenue. Its industry-leading platform lets physicians easily collect reviews, increase search rankings, respond to issues instantly, manage their key listings and strengthen practice and personal reputations quickly.
Founded in 2005 by Michael Gagnon, the Academic Orthopaedic Consortium provides benchmark analyses, offers administrative and operational best practices, holds annual meetings focused on business and leadership for administrators and orthopaedic surgeons, is a central source for academic orthopaedic surgeon job postings, facilitates group purchasing, and more. It was voted the No. 1 Most Valuable Organization among Academic Orthopaedic Administrators. For more information about the AOC, go to academicorthopaedics.com.