Services help dentists with new-patient flow

Jan. 1, 1997
Introducing The Patient Network™, an exclusive new service from SmartPractice. After years of speaking to dentists about how to market their practices, company founder, Jim Rhode, recognized that dental offices could benefit from a variety of services to increase new-patient flow and reactivate patients of record. By offering services through The Patient Network, dentists can concentrate on dentistry, without the burden of buying lists, preparing mailings, etc. The services are flexible, co

Introducing The Patient Network™, an exclusive new service from SmartPractice. After years of speaking to dentists about how to market their practices, company founder, Jim Rhode, recognized that dental offices could benefit from a variety of services to increase new-patient flow and reactivate patients of record. By offering services through The Patient Network, dentists can concentrate on dentistry, without the burden of buying lists, preparing mailings, etc. The services are flexible, cost-effective and customized to meet the needs of each individual practice. For details, circle the number below.

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