Let’s be honest, the world of health and wellness is overwhelming! When you go to the doctors, you’re asked to fill out medical history forms, get numerous pretests, and ask your provider “all the questions you have” in a very short amount of time – all without trying to look or sound silly. When browsing social media or the internet, you’re bombarded with advertisements for products and services that claim to improve your quality of life.
As a healthcare provider, I must admit, we’re being asked to see more patients in less time. This often leads to chaotic schedules and less time for us to address ALL of your concerns in office. And, even if we do, are we really doing it in a way that you truly understand?
Furthermore, companies are experts at delivering you digital content that helps sell their products and services. But do you really need what their selling? Are their products or services really valuable and how do they stack up to competitors?
Whether you have a Ph.D. in psychology, are a stay at home mom, or have 30 years of experience as a small business owner, it’s not your job to interpret complex medical marketing and information.