TunedIN™ visual menu of services
Want to stop hearing "I didn't know you did that?"
TunedIN™ is specifically designed to let patients know all your services and increase your 'upserve' opportunities. This personalized, beautiful, continuous looping visual menu of your practice's services is sure to be one of the best investments you could make for your waiting room.
View our sample version below.
Available in English, French and Spanish, viewable on high-definition screens or the iPad.
A simple way to booking more procedures.
Written in comforting and simple-to-understand terms, TunedIN™ utilizes the time patients spend in your waiting area to educate them on the procedures, treatments, and products you offer. This mode of marketing is particularly effective, since video receives ten times the attention as static signage and reduces patients' perceived wait time by 15% or more.
ANY AND ALL PROCEDURES, ONE LOW PRICE... $2,475
TunedIN™ is typically 20 to 35 minutes of video featuring: a branded welcome screen, your photo and bio, and highly regarded and up-to-date content. Select from over 60 topics and include up to eight written testimonials from your patients. TunedIN™ is viewable on the iPad or a high-definition screen.
It's easy to get started:
1Simply select from over 60 procedures, treatments and testimonials to include on your TunedIN™ video.
2Provide doctor(s) photo(s), practice logo, surgery suite, and up to eight, typed patient testimonials.
That's all you need to do. We deliver your TunedIN™ video, ready for viewing. Call us now to learn more.
In the past, our reception area was a place to read the latest in women’s magazines. We now give our patients an opportunity to learn more about the procedures we offer. With little effort on our part and at a minimal cost, Candace Crowe Design produced a custom DVD that we now project on the wall of our reception area. The patient feedback has been extremely positive. Every reception area offers us one more opportunity to present the image that we all strive for.
S. Randolph Waldman, M.D.