Many inexperienced startup founders expect sales to come flooding in as soon as they launch their product and marketing campaign. In reality, that rarely happens even if you have an outstanding product that is fairly priced. I have seen many startups flounder at this point as the team gets discouraged by the lack of sales and traction thinking that the product is a failure. The trick is to be patient and take a very hands-on approach initially. In this article, I will provide a strategic outline for the earliest stages of your sales initiatives.
One in four medical appointments ends in a “no-show.” Financially, that’s a $16 billion loss annually to health clinics and hospitals not to mention the human and hidden costs associated with interrupted care as a result of missed appointments. SureShow is a patent-pending solution that replaces no-shows with billable telehealth visits resulting in better continuity of care as well as increased revenue for medical practices.