Build Better Relationships
It’s the small things that keep patients coming back. The extra personal touch, an added convenience, and the special care you deliver that makes every patient feel like family. RevenueWell gives you the high-tech tools to build lasting relationships that never gets old!
Compassionate Patient Care
Compassionate care goes beyond how you treat patients during their appointment. It’s immediately sending custom post-op instructions. It’s emailing newsletters to ensure that people are up to date on modern dentistry. And it’s empowering patients to make educated decisions about their oral health.
Extend The Personal Touch
Strengthen your relationship with patients by extending care beyond the walls of your practice. Automatic follow-ups on treatment plans show your lasting commitment to patients’ oral health. Stay top of mind by sending birthday and holiday greetings, and remind patients that you’re not just their dentist twice a year; they’re part of your dental family!
An Incredible Patient Experience
Deliver an incredible patient experience from the moment a person schedules their first appointment. Welcome packets wow new patients, and show just how excited you are for them to visit your practice. Tools like Screen Pop ensure that your team always knows a person’s info when they call and that a patient is never placed on hold. And when patients are in the office, your treatment and processes are second to none!
Why It’s Awesome
Wow Your Patients
Impress your patients by staying top of mind, educating them on oral health, extending the personal touch, and showing just how much you care about their well-being.
Treatment Plan Follow-Ups
Ensure timely follow up on every treatment
Know a patient’s info before answering the phone
Give each new patient an epic welcome to your practice
Send patients personal birthday and holiday greetings
Educate patients on your practice, team, and services offered
“Our patients know that we are pretty much on the cutting edge when it comes to technology and simplicity for them.”