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Transform Your LipiFlow Treatment into a “LipiSpa” with 3 Simple Changes!

The LipiFlow Treatment is literally a ‘massage’ of the eyelids to release lipids from the blocked Meibomian glands that cause Evaporative dry eye. Why not make this simple in-office ‘massage’ procedure more spa-like with a few simple additions to the treatment process? Here are 3 easy ways you can create a more welcoming and comfortable […]

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Resolution Series: What is Responsive Website Design for Medical Practices? (Hint: Think MOBILE)

As we start 2014, we’re offering a series of articles regarding hot topics in marketing that can pay huge dividends for your practice. It’s called our 2014 Resolution Series. Pay close attention as these can be game-changers in converting more patients and gaining market share from your competition. The questions keep pouring in about the […]

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Case Study: Small Hands Big Hearts Website Redesign Proposal and Strategy

Built Specifically for Business Growth Goals The great folks at Small Hands Big Hearts Pediatric Therapy Management, LLC Small Hands Big Hearts Pediatric Therapy (SHBH) contacted us seeking a comprehensive marketing strategy. Part of this included a new website redesign proposal and strategy. At Miller Public Relations we know an effective, practice-building website must be […]

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Competitive Focus, Part 2

This is the second half of a two-part series outlining how to gauge your competition. Missed the first part? No worries, it’s right here.  Welcome back to our series on turning your competition into mince-meat by tracking their every move and optimizing your practice’s position in the marketplace. In the previous article, we discussed why it’s […]

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Competitive Focus, Part 1

What are your competitors doing to market their practices? It’s a question that occupies the minds of our clients, a valid concern in the competitive focus and landscape of their respective practices. But keeping a pulse on your competition is only half the equation. What do you do with that information once you have it? […]

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