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West Corporation

Posted on July 2, 2018 by West Corporation 


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Promoting Fireworks Safety for the Upcoming Holiday

As we approach the Fourth of July celebration, we think of barbecues, parades and fireworks. Along with family gatherings, this is about the time we see thousands of injuries and trips to the local emergency room related to fireworks. In 2016, the Consumer Products Safety Commission reported 11,000 fireworks-related injuries and four deaths, and more fires are reported during July 4th than any other holiday.…

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West Corporation

Posted on June 22, 2018 by West Corporation 


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Preventing Common Summer Injuries

Summer is a great time to head outdoors and enjoy the sunshine. Unfortunately, it’s also a season for increased injuries and ER visits. According to the National Safety Council, three people die and 847 people are injured from preventable injuries every 10 minutes. That’s about the amount of time it takes to walk your dog or sweep your front porch.…

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West Corporation

Posted on June 20, 2018 by West Corporation 


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Encouraging Patients to Get Outside During Great Outdoors Month

According to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Americans spend on average 93% of their life indoors. Summer is the perfect time to encourage patients to get outside and get moving. As part of Great Outdoors Month, there’s no better time to promote a healthier lifestyle by educating patients on why they need to ditch the couch and head outdoors to reduce anxiety, improve blood pressure and improve physical health. Whether camping, fishing, rock climbing, or simply hanging out in the neighborhood park, nature offers each of us plenty of ways to get active, explore and strengthen our bonds with friends and family.…

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West Corporation

Posted on May 21, 2018 by West Corporation 


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How to Educate Patients about National Stroke Awareness Month Using Infographics

May is National Stroke Awareness month and a great time to educate patients about the importance of preventive care by using infographics on your website and social accounts. You could just tell patients that strokes kill about 140,000 Americans each year or that someone dies of a stroke every 4 minutes, but why not give them an eye-opening visual that’s easier for them to digest? Here are four ways you can use infographics to teach patients how to recognize stroke symptoms and ways to help prevent strokes.…

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West Corporation

Posted on May 17, 2018 by West Corporation 


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Infographic Superpowers – Why Infographics Are a Great Way to Educate Patients

With the ever-growing popularity of YouTube, Pinterest and video on Facebook, more and more people are preferring illustrated information like infographics over the written word. Infographics allow patients to digest complex information faster and more easily. In fact, 1/3 of your brain is involved in visual processing.¹ Here are six reasons why it’s a good idea to include infographics within the content of your website and social media accounts to help educate patients.…

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West Corporation

Posted on January 4, 2018 by West Corporation 


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2018 Social Media Trends

By now you know that social media is a dominant business tool. In fact, Facebook reported its highest earnings ever in Q3, up 50% from a year ago. Wondering what changes are in store for social media in 2018 and what platforms are best for your practice? We pulled together what to expect from these platforms this year.…

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West Corporation

Posted on November 28, 2017 by West Corporation 


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Five Tips to Create Patient Engagement This Holiday Season

‘Tis the season to engage with your patients. The holidays can be frantic for most families, and the last thing on their mind is keeping their doctor’s appointments or communicating with their healthcare provider. While this season is financially flourishing for most retailers, medical practices can experience a drop in patient retention and an increase in no-shows, which means a loss of revenue.…

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