Unclaimed Chiropractic Benefits Letter
It’s no secret that insurance companies make
millions billions on patients who do not realize that their plans provide chiropractic coverage up to a certain dollar amount or visit limit annually. But insurance companies certainly aren’t going to remind patients about this, and most patients are too busy to sift through their policies to determine what might remain on them.
Your solution? About 6 weeks prior to the end of the year is the ideal time to begin contacting patients about benefits that will soon expire. It gives both the patients and your practice plenty of time to get the appointment scheduled and any necessary follow-up treatment taken care of before the busy holiday rush kicks in.
Being the smarter than the average bear chiropractor that you are, seize this opportunity to send patients a letter notifying them of their unused benefits!
WHAT THE EBOOK CONTAINS
- My proven “Unclaimed Chiropractic Benefits Letter”(complete with three special P.S.’s and a bonus “how to” guide designed to stimulate even more ancillary business and maximum return for your efforts)
Then, have your staff do the rest! Too cheap to mail it? Hopefully, you have your patients’ emails and, if you do, this is a great time to put them to use!
Let’s face it. Your patients are busy too and if you do not remind them of what seems like the obvious, these benefits may just slip away. Better still, your lovely communication (in whatever form it takes) may also serve as a reminder for patients who haven’t been in for a while to drop in for a check up. Have other services that may also be covered by insurance in your office such as massage or acupuncture? This reminder can certainly serve to give a boost to those services as well.
Purchase the letter today and give a boost to the end of your year!
When you purchase this digital download, you will be emailed a receipt of your transaction. Included in that receipt will be a download link for the file.
Please note: to prevent unauthorized use, the download link expires within 7 days.