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NDIS Pricing for Allied Health

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Are you an allied health professional considering how you or your practice will be involved in the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS)?

From Email Overwhelm to Zero Inbox - Useful Tips for Busy People

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Ever have that feeling you are drowning in your inbox? Whether you receive too many messages, get caught in meetings / appointments all day and can't get on top of your emails or you get CCd into everything, it is easy for your email account to get out of control and lead to overwhelm.

In this article, Megan Walker from Market Savvy is joined by long-term community and government sector auditor, Kathy Rees from Only About Quality, to provide you with information regarding the NDIS audit process – what you need to know, how to be prepared and what’s involved.

How Does Your Customer Service Approach Measure Up?

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We all know the importance of excellent customer service. Clients and patients expect (and demand) that we meet their needs, deliver promises and achieve their objectives. So how are you travelling? Are you on track? Are you delivering on patient / client expectations? Have any areas slipped?

By 2019, the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) will support over 460,000 Australians with a disability and invest approximately $22 billion per year in services and equipment.

Free Google Website and Tools to Boost Your SEO

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Did you know that Google has a whole host of free tools that are quick and easy to use? Plus, these tools will boost your search results and they are all FREE.

The most important tool that Google offers is the Google My Business listing. Every business needs to have one of these - it is the second most important digital tool after email and your website.

Advertising Guidelines for Health Practitioners

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This month, the Australian Health Practitioner Registration Agency (APHRA), issued a statement reminding health and medical practitioners of their responsibilities in relation to advertising health services. Read the media release here.

To save you reading the full documentation, the following information is a summary of the guidelines from www.ahpra.gov.au.

Mindfulness For Health Professionals - Free Podcast

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At Market Savvy, we run a webinar series for professionals in the health industry: Market Savvy Webinar Series.

How to use LinkedIn Pulse

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Have you noticed that if you press "publish a post" instead of "share an update" on LinkedIn you will be taken to a fancy looking post publishing area? 

Tips for health professionals to get PR savvy

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PR, or public relations, is how your health practice is perceived by the public. It is the result of what you do, what you say and what others say about your business. PR activities are designed to influence people to think positively about your business so you can build credibility and trust.

Your reputation is your biggest asset as it can distinguish you from competitors by making you stand out from the crowd. Reputation can make or break your health practice, so it’s important to recognise how vital a good reputation is for the survival and success of your business.