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Over the past few years, the trend of offering compliance support to hospitals, private practices, and other care providers has skyrocketed, as IT firms realized the growing need in the industry.
YOU NEED TO BE COMPLIANT!
YOU’LL GET FINED MILLIONS OF DOLLARS!
YOU’LL FAIL YOUR NEXT AUDIT WITHOUT MY HELP!
So, how do you stand out from the crowd?
The key is in how you position your message: are you asking “Do you need help with your HIPAA audit?” If so, you’re likely getting a lot of the same answer: “No thanks, we’re good”.
Try putting it this way:
“How confident are you that you’ll pass your next HIPAA audit?”
This repositioning shifts the focus towards their worry and their stress about the next HIPAA audit, and is much more likely to open the door to further conversations about how you can help them.
The fact is that scare tactics just aren’t that effective, especially when everybody is using them. A vast majority of MSP marketing to the healthcare industry is based on telling potential clients about the millions of dollars in fines that are issued every year for non-compliance, and how they’ll be next.
That’s why you need to reposition your message AWAY from the potential consequences of not working with you; instead, tell them the potential benefits of working with you…
SHOW THEM how you’ll lower their risks and increase their profitability.
Beyond the way you position your message, it’s important to think about how you reach and work with potential clients:
All this and more is a part of Ulistic’s and Compliancy Group’s MUST-SEE webinar on Marketing to Healthcare Providers – CLICK HERE. For more information about proven marketing strategies, reach out to Ulistic right away at 863.451.3088 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Stuart Crawford serves as Creative Director and CEO with Sebring, FL and Fort Erie, ON-based Ulistic, a specialty MSP Marketing firm focused on information technology marketing and business development. He brings a wealth of knowledge and experience pertaining to how technology business owners and IT firms can use marketing as a vehicle to obtain success.