Confession #2: I can’t decide if it’s a good idea to put information about health fairs on my social media outlets. I mean, most of them are held at certain employers and the screenings are only available to employees of those locations, so is it really a good idea to talk about these fairs if only certain people can come?
I got some advice from the ehc.com team and they convinced me it’s a good idea to talk about the employer-specific health fairs for a couple of reasons. Publicizing health fairs:
1) Informs local employers that you could do a health fair at their business, too. More health fairs mean new people are exposed to your practice and might decide to choose you as their provider! We like that!
2) Leads to more participants at the health fairs you’ve already scheduled. And, once again, we all know what that means – more health fair participants can mean more patients for your practice.
I like to think the ehc.com team is there just for me – awaiting my every beck and call, but they’re actually available to all you physician practice webmasters out there. Contact them by posting your question in a comment on this blog.