Talking Patient Apps with Dr. Guy Riekeman
Discover the future of healthcare in our Chiropractical podcast. Learn from Dr. Guy Riekeman how technology enhances patient relationships, saves time, and boosts revenue. Plus, stay safe from email phishing threats.
Posted in Podcasts on Thursday, March 30, 2023
In 2022, there were 1 billion telehealth visits in the US. That's astounding. In fact, one in five healthcare sessions happened via technology. Clearly, this is a big part of the future of healthcare. Technology has changed the way we watch TV, get our news, buy groceries, get to the airport. It even helps us drive our cars. So how can we use all this technology to improve and strengthen your relationships with your patients?
In this episode of Chiropractical, we talk with Dr. Guy Riekeman about how and why incorporating technology into your practice can strengthen your connection with your patients, save you time and add revenue.
In our Ask NCMIC segment, we look at the dangerous of email phishing. As our expert says, "Hackers only have to trick one person one time. But to protect ourselves, we have to be right every time."
Guy F. Riekeman, D.C., was the fourth president of Life University in Marietta, Georgia and is currently Life University Chancellor. He brings to this critical leadership position in both higher education and the chiropractic profession an uplifting vision, focused energy and a wealth of practical experience. In a dynamically changing world, glutted with information and roiling with uncertainty, Dr. Riekeman daily demonstrates a unique ability to articulate meaning and inspiring discipline for institutional, professional and personal success.
Dr. Riekeman obtained his chiropractic degree with honors in 1972 from Palmer College of Chiropractic in Iowa. He became a chiropractic spokesman, extolling the chiropractic message through award-winning television, video and audio productions. As a leader for the chiropractic centennial celebration in 1995, he produced the nationally aired TV documentary “From Simple Beginnings,” helping the public appreciate chiropractic’s contribution to health and wellness.
Dr. Riekeman created companies and seminar programs to improve chiropractic practice and facilitate personal growth. Quest, founded in 1987, became one of the most widely acclaimed of such professional enterprises, a model for similar ones today, helping doctors throughout the world succeed in both business and patient care. Dr. Riekeman continues to be highly sought as a motivational speaker at both national and international levels.