PatientPop brings Google posts to healthcare practices

By Sheetal Kumbhar

PatientPop, the provider in practice growth technology designed for healthcare providers, introduced automatic Google Posts with one-click appointment booking to customers.

“Posting on Google is a new way for doctors to share relevant, fresh content with people who are searching for a healthcare provider, using images and calls to action to engage potential patients,” said Joel Headley, director of local SEO and marketing at PatientPop.

“This enhanced format allows prospective patients to hear directly from the doctor when looking online. PatientPop is the healthcare technology provider to scale Google Posts to thousands of its customers instantly, through our practice growth platform.”

PatientPop brings this feature to all of its customers, and will automatically populate posts on behalf of practices, using attention-grabbing graphics that prompt patients to book an appointment online.

Joel Headley

“PatientPop is continually innovating and updating our practice growth platform to reflect the most recent technology updates,” said Headley. “We will continue to introduce new features like Google Posts to help doctors get the most out of their online listings, and to convert prospects into patients.”

In August, PatientPop was the first healthcare technology provider to offer online appointment scheduling for practices through Google. The capability enables patients to effortlessly book online appointments directly through a practice listing on Google, decreasing the steps needed to convert a prospect into a patient.

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Posted on: October 16, 2017

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