If you’ve wondered why your podiatry clinic hasn’t received new Google reviews since the start of COVID-19, there’s a reason.
Back in March, Google disabled the local reviews functionality — both for patients and clinic owners. They hit pause on all review creation or responding. Patients can still create reviews, but none have published since March 20th.
Google recently started restoring this functionality for dentists and other business owners, but podiatrists are in the group of medical providers still waiting for this to return.
These changes to Google Reviews are temporary, but no definite date has been set for when publishing new reviews will return.
You can read more from Google: https://support.google.com/business/answer/9792336?hl=en/
podiatry growth: links
COVID-19 Resources | APMA
The APMA has done a tremendous job of creating and compiling information and resources during the COVID-19 pandemic. This resource features coding webinars, a telehealth guide, small business assistance resources, and a whole lot more for you and your practice during this difficult time.
How To Be A Do-It-Yourself Investor | The White Coat Investor
There’s no shortage of brokers, investment professionals, and money managers willing to invest your money. But until you truly understand how things work and what are the best options for you, you’re at a disadvantage. This guide from The White Coat Investor is a helpful starting point for any doctor looking to start gaining control of their finances and save money.
Talipes Equinovarus Treatment in Infants Treated by the Ponseti Method Compared With Posterior-Only Release: A Mid-Childhood Comparison of Results | JAFAS
This study looks at children in middle childhood with clubfoot treated with Ponseti method vs posterior-only release and to compare their results to a control group with 4 modules: physical examination, gait study, radiographic measurements, and questionnaires.
6 Tips for Generating Revenue in the COVID-19 Era | Medical Economics
The global pandemic has had a significant impact on our profession. This Medical Economics article looks into steps your practice can take to stay engaged with your patients and ride out these difficult times.
The Ongoing Importance of Online Reviews | Touch Point Media
An informative podcast discussion about online reviews. Whether this is something you know a lot or nothing about, you’ll get a lot of great insights and lessons from Reed Smith and Chris Boyers.
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