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WorkSafeBC Contract Changes

Clinics that have physiotherapists and accept WorkSafeBC clients will have signed on to the new contract which went into effect on June 1st. Please contact WSBC for information on the application process if you have not done so. We have added functionality within Clinic Essentials that will allow you to distribute the payment as a percentage across all the dates billed for any practitioner. These changes are live as of Clinic Essentials version 7.19.03.02. READ MORE »

Posted on July 8, 2014 by Karolina | Permalink

A New Support Tool: Live Chat

We have added Live Chat to our website! This is a great new tool for our clinics to reach out to us for support. READ MORE »

Posted on June 25, 2014 by Karolina | Permalink

Creating a Patient Persona

It’s important to tailor your message to a target audience when developing a marketing campaign for your clinic. Start off by creating a patient persona. A patient persona represent a group of patients for a specific discipline that share similar characteristics such as demographics, healthcare needs, behavioural patterns and motivations. READ MORE »

Posted on May 14, 2014 by Peter Reimer | Permalink

It’s Time to Blog

Does your clinic website have a blog? If not, you may be missing out on some opportunities to grow your business. READ MORE »

Posted on April 1, 2014 by Peter Reimer | Permalink

Using Software to Help Manage Your Clinic

I’m surprised to hear about clinics that still use paper scheduling or Excel to manage their accounting. Regardless of the size of your clinic, investing in a clinic management software can be one of the wisest investments you can make for your business. READ MORE »

Posted on February 3, 2014 by Peter Reimer | Permalink

Why Your Clinic Needs a Website

It seems like it should be an important aspect for any business, but there are clinics that still do not have a website. For clinics, a well-maintained website should be an integral part of your business, as most potential patients research online before making the initial contact. READ MORE »

Posted on January 13, 2014 by Peter Reimer | Permalink

Seven Questions to Ask When Looking for Chiropractic Software

Your clinic management software should help grow your clinic, not create unnecessary processes for your staff. Avoid issues down the road by asking these questions before you choose to go with a specific solution for your chiropractic clinic. READ MORE »

Posted on December 4, 2013 by Peter Reimer | Permalink

New Features in Clinic Essentials 7.10+

Watch the recorded webinar and learn more about the latest features in Clinic Essentials 7.10+. READ MORE »

Posted on November 20, 2013 by Karolina | Permalink

The BCNA Conference and BC Chiropractic Convention

October was certainly a good month for conferences. The BC Naturopathic Association held the Advancing Natural Medicine 11 Conferenceon October 18-20 at the Vancouver Convention Centre. Some of our current clients attended this conference, and it gave me the chance to connect with them. It also was an opportunity for me to get their feedback on our clinic software and update them on our development plans for the future. READ MORE »

Posted on November 12, 2013 by Peter Reimer | Permalink

Booking Your First Appointment at a Chiropractic Clinic

I visit my chiropractor once a month and believe that regular visits can do wonders for your health.  Here’s what you need to do to book your first appointment at a chiropractic clinic. READ MORE »

Posted on July 22, 2013 by Peter Reimer | Permalink

How Your Clinic Software Can Pay for Itself

Recently, we helped a well-established clinic implement Clinic Essentials. Like all businesses, this clinic wanted to minimize expenses and increase their revenue. They understand our program and its features but weren’t sure how they would financially benefit from using it. READ MORE »

Posted on June 19, 2013 by Peter Reimer | Permalink

New Website!

I’m excited to share with you the new look for ClinicEssentials.com! READ MORE »

Posted on May 29, 2013 by Peter Reimer | Permalink

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