The Scheduling Institute Phoenix Arizona

The Scheduling Institute was developed by Jay Geier when being employed as V . P . of Marketing for a large private practice in Georgia. Geier’s marketing generated a good amount of telephone calls to the office, but the telephone calls were not translating into new patients. Jay came to the realization it didn't make a difference how many telephone calls his marketing produced if the men and women answering the phones didn't know the best way to turn these types of telephone calls into brand-new patients. With this particular awareness the theory guiding the Scheduling Institute came to be. Jay Geier spent the coming years studying telephone calls made to the practice and testing different systems for managing these phone calls. Ultimately, telephone calls began to lead to new patients, with as many as 601 new clients booked in one week. - The Scheduling Institute Members Login - The Scheduling Institute Youtube Channel
Jay Geier spoke at conventions while building the Scheduling Institute’s first product: a self-study kit, termed the New Patient Generation System, that taught doctors how to leverage their most precious asset - their staff. The self-study kit was first launched in 1997. Although the system was doing the job and medical professionals were expanding their new patients, Jay could see that the self-study kit alone didn’t offer sufficient accountability for several medical professionals. In 2005 the Scheduling Institute put in place its first membership program, which included telephone accountability for doctors and their personnel.
In The Year 2006, one doctor came to the realization that he wasn't going to take the time to put into practice the self-study kit by himself, so he asked Geier to come to his practice to employ the kit and train his team personally. Soon after coming back from the training, Geier could tell that having in-office courses seemed to be extremely effective for a practice’s growth and engagement, but understood that he wasn't willing to personally fly all over the country to train practices. Instead, he personally picked out and qualified Scheduling Institute’s “Certified Training Specialists”, and began providing in-office trainings - coined “On-Site Trainings” - to clients.
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