Maintaining a Personal TouchOnline video has become increasingly popular in recent years. In fact, it’s estimated 72% of all internet traffic will be video by 2017 according to a recent Invodo report. That’s nuts.

The point is, if you aren’t using video to help attract and retain more patients, you need to be. And if you’re using video, you need to maintain a personal touch to really connect with your patients across this important medium.

Tune in to discover:

  • Why video is so important moving forward to help your practice attract and retain new patients
  • Key things to consider before, during and after filming patients and physicians
  • How to avoid common headaches when filming, editing and posting your content
  • Best practices and case studies when creating video content for medical practices