Top 2 Ways to Streamline Your Patient Education AND Add Time Back into Your Day

June 9, 2017 Uncategorized, Weight Loss 0

Do you find yourself saying the same things to patients over and over again?  And are they really listening or do you sometimes feel is it a waste of your precious time?

I know, I know, this is an important part of your job and what you are saying is critical information intended to help improve their lives and their outcomes. But what if there was a way to impart this information in a more effective and engaging way?

What if this method also saved you hours each day and potentially, added thousands of dollars each month to your bottom line?

Well, this can be your reality and let me tell you how with an amazing case study.

Over the past few years, I have worked with the Center for Weight Loss Success in Newport News, VA to create two very effective ways to educate patients (at their level and on their terms).

With this engaging educational program, the patients, physician and staff couldn’t be happier.

Patient weight loss outcomes improved above national averages and they created an additional revenue stream…with a byproduct of program differentiation and many more patient referrals.

So what are the top 2 things?

  1. As a publisher, I was able to help the physician become a best-selling author of a weight loss book series with books he can actually hand out to prospective patients. Actually, he now has the best business card around. (
  2. We also helped the physician create engaging online surgical and non-surgical educational programs that include video, written materials, audio recordings and many bonus materials. The programs are accessible through an online membership site that is available on any electronic device with an internet connection we created.  Add in weekly live access to the physician with online webinars that can be viewed live or via a recording as many times as the patient desires and it is a recipe for true success.  One of the programs can be reviewed at

Think about the information you impart regularly to your patients. And, think about the additional information you wish you had time to share with them depending upon your area of expertise.  Think about offering this information to your patients (and others) in a book and/or membership site that your patients are willing to pay for in order to access you and your information.

The process is quite simple.  In fact, here are a few resources to get you started.



As always, reach out to me at if you have questions or want to hop on a call and talk about your goals/ideas.