Introducing Status QUOTE!

Share We’re excited to tell you about our newest feature on the BuildMyHealth platform:   Status QUOTE!   Just like you, we’re in the trenches, always trying to improve upon our processes to address pain points in managing a busy office.   Here are … Continue reading

Dr. Kaplan discusses new hospital rules on price transparency with Bill Fukui of MedShark Digital

hospital rules on price transparency

Share When Bill Fukui was with Page1Solutions, he would send out an eblast about best practices for physician or healthcare websites. SEO this or SEO that, the best call-to-action buttons and other techniques to generate leads for doctors.   And … Continue reading

Why a chatbot is my newest employee of the month!

chatbot

ShareChatbots are a type of chatbox but a chatbox isn’t necessarily a chatbot! A chatbox is that familiar box, typically in the lower right-hand corner of a businesses’ website that enables the consumer to interact with the company via a text interface, either … Continue reading

Welcome to the future of price transparency! BuildMyBod 2.0

price transparency

Share Introducing BuildMyBod 2.0. The revolutionary way to check pricing from healthcare providers near you. Price transparency in healthcare used to be the stuff of dreams. But thanks to changing policy and political winds, the day of true price transparency … Continue reading

Discounts and specials? Sure. Bargaining? Absolutely not.

Share One of the reasons I’ve built a worldview that includes price transparency is because I recognized early on that everyone wants to know cost ahead of time.  So why make it difficult for them. No one likes sticker shock. … Continue reading

Why coronavirus and cosmetic surgery are surging

Share After the protests in June, and celebrations involving Memorial Day and July 4th weekends, we’re seeing an inevitable surge associated with mass gatherings. This leads to a continuing shelter-in-place, reducing travel plans and working from home for the foreseeable … Continue reading

What’s not going to happen if there’s a new surge of coronavirus

new surge of coronavirus

Share Let’s review the initial response to the first wave of coronavirus by hospitals, city and state governments. Hospitals cancelled elective cases. Cities and states ordered a shelter in place order, shut down restaurants and closed parks and beaches.   … Continue reading