Like it or not, your website is the first interaction that many of your patients will have with your ophthalmic practice. There’s no denying it – research suggests that 61% of patients go online to do their research before coming in for a visit.
However, it’s unlikely that you studied website design in medical school, and if you’re trying to do it yourself, chances are you’re struggling to keep your head above water. Even if you have someone on your team managing your ophthalmic practice website, they most likely have other projects on their plate as well, and so your website may fall to the back burner.
If you're worried that your ophthalmic practice website might not be measuring up, check out these 8 signs your ophthalmic practice needs help with web design.