Retina Update—Health Care Newsletter Marketing to Non-Ophthalmologists
To receive a steady flow of patient referrals from non-ophthalmic physicians, it is imperative that retina specialists build goodwill with endocrinologists, internists, primary care physicians and other local health care specialists.
Retina Update is the relations marketing solution to reach non-ophthalmic physicians. By making this retina specialist referral newsletter your personal quarterly resource, you will keep these health care professionals up-to-date on retina treatments. You will also regularly remind them of the many ways you can help their patients. And when it is time to make a patient referral, they will think of you and your practice.
This four-page, full-color, quarterly medical newsletter printed on high-quality coated paper makes a superb impression. Each issue contains concise summaries of the latest developments in retina treatment.
Recent retina specialist referral newsletter articles include
- Risk Factors Associated with Endogenous Endophthalmitis
- Vitamins and Genetic Testing for AMD: An Update
- Vitrectomy to Treat Terson Syndrome
- Fluocinolone Implants for Chronic Diabetic Macular Edema
- Blood Pressure Medications, Vasodilators and AMD
- Long-term Suppressive Treatment for Toxoplasmic Retinochoroiditis
- Diabetic Retinopathy: ACCORD Findings
- Intravitreal Steroid vs Laser for DME
- Ranibizumab Use for Diabetes Mellitus and Macular Edema
- Thiazolidinediones and DME
- Association Between Complement Factor H and AMD
- Ranibizumab and Bevacizumab for Treating AMD
- Folic Acid, Pyridoxine and Cyanocobalamin for AMD
- Dietary Antioxidants and AMD
- Chloroquine and Hydroxychloroquine
- Corticosteroids and Central Vision Loss
- Tamoxifen and the Macula
Retina Update is edited by Dr. Gayatri Reilly, Vitreoretinal Surgeon at The Retina Group of Washington, Maryland. Dr. Reilly is also Staff Ophthalmologist and Vitreoretinal Surgeon at Georgetown University and Medstar Washington Hospital Center in Washington, D.C. She has published articles in the field of retina, neurology and ophthalmology.
This ophthalmology referral newsletter can be customized with your practice name, address, telephone number, Web site address and photograph. We also offer fully customized newsletters. And because it is difficult to continuously generate relevant newsletter ideas, WPI Communications, Inc., also offers outstanding additional content for practices with their own publication.
Retina Update is geographically exclusive. Only one retina specialist practice in each community is licensed to distribute it.
To make the most of your newsletter marketing program, download your free copy of The Art of Generating Patient Referrals with a Newsletter.
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