It is a simple issue. Almost every doctor has to face it at one time or another. “Where is the best place to put a practice?” But before we get into the specifics of demographics, competition, and market potential, we have to evaluate the priorities of the doctor himself or herself. By helping the doctor evaluate what the best places for their particular practice, we can help find likely spots and eliminate those locations that will not be as desirable. This program is an introduction to the information professionals need to know to decide on the best site for their practices. Age, income, culture, and transportation arteries are just a few of the things they need to know. Competition evaluation, ratios of patients-to-professionals and zoning are vital to have explained in specific. This program brings to professional practice the guidelines to focus upon potential sites that are personal to them and will give them the best results BEFORE they spend money on market research.
Participants will learn all the relevant data and where it can be found to help them make the decisions:
- How to select a practice regions
- How to eliminate “losers” upon which they will waste time and money
- Which demographic tools will serve them best
This program will discuss these and other statistics which are relevant to the profession.