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MWE Launched New Medical Website for Family Physicians of St. Joseph

Family Physicians of St. Joseph in St. Joseph, Michigan has a new medical website designed by Medical Web Experts. The 10-page WordPress site provides easy navigation for users and access to useful patient resources. It also meets the practice's goal of being able to manage and publish content on their own. The website integrates with Google Maps for quick access to office directions and with the practice's online patient portal. To learn more about our custom WordPress web design services for hospitals, practices and other healthcare organizations, contact us for a FREE consultation with a web expert.

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Olney Pain Center Has a New Medical Website

Olney Pain Center, the practice of Dr. Jonathan Levin, has a new, five-page medical website designed by MWE. The website features a new logo design, custom content, and patient portal and Google Maps integration. Located in the Washington, D.C. area, Olney Pain Center provides patients a wide range of diagnostic and therapeutic procedures to alleviate pain. Dr. Levin has over a decade of pain management experience and specializes in using the latest techniques to treat neck and low back pain. To learn more about our custom web design and development services, Contact Us for a FREE consultation with a web [...]

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Add Some Oomph to Your Healthcare Website With These Low-Budget Tips

We live in an Internet-driven world, and websites are increasingly replacing once-traditional informational outlets as the main source of knowledge for Americans. In fact, according to findings from Pew Internet research, websites play an integral role in patients’ search for health information. In order to capture the attention of some of the people searching for doctors online, your organization needs to have an attractive website with useful tools that engage patients and encourage interaction. With the following add-ons, you can enhance the appeal of your current website and increase credibility without spending a fortune. Add testimonials. Testimonials from patients who [...]

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How to Attract More Profitable Patients to Your Healthcare Practice

Driving traffic to your website is important, but only a handful of site visitors will actually prove profitable to your practice. In fact, for most businesses, 80 percent of profits come from 20 percent of customers. This means that finding out who these profitable patients are is crucial to the success of your healthcare practice. After all, how can you attract and retain high-value patients if you don’t know who they are? The most valuable patients are those who: Proactively recommend your services to others. Are satisfied with the care you provide. Pay on time. Are willing to pay full [...]

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How to Make Your Medical Website Work for Your Practice

According to recent research from the nonprofit Pew Research Center's Internet & American Life Project, 81 percent of adults use the Internet regularly – and 72 percent have gone online to look for health information within the past year. In order to reach these people and lead them to become new patients, healthcare practices are increasingly investing in web design services and Internet marketing. A great website, after all, with carefully-selected elements, can serve as a productivity tool, provide valuable information to patients and attract new business. Here are five things a great medical website should do and do well: [...]

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How Your LinkedIn Account Could Put Your Company at Risk

Got a LinkedIn account?  The wealth of personal information on your profile might put you and your company at risk of being hacked. In two recent attacks on Gmail and RSA, the hackers both used sneaky techniques and gathered information to send out what appeared to be trustworthy emails from co-workers.  While it’s unknown where the hackers got their information, social media websites (particularly LinkedIn) are suspected as a potential source. The average LinkedIn profile contains a large amount of personal information that could be used against you, including where you work and links to your colleagues’ profiles.  In a [...]

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