There are many things that prospective buyers of telephone answering service expect. At the top of the list, are a prompt answer, minimal hold time, and timely call escalation. In our 90 years in existence, we’ve never faced something so impactful as the Coronavirus pandemic. I’m proud of how dedicated our team has been, showing up 24/7 to help our clients and their callers. It hasn’t been easy, and we’ve all been working overtime to help our customers.
Looking for a medical answering service can be a bit distressful, especially if you run a medical practice. You want a partner that can provide the same level of quality that your own team does, especially as your patient experience bears more importance than ever – Health insurance companies will downgrade practices and health systems with poor patient feedback.
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When purchasing a new service or product, one of the first considerations that comes to mind is price. With price comes value, and everyone wants to maximize their value. While Amazon has spoiled us with the ability to find the cost of almost anything, the cost of business services such as answering phones are harder to grasp.
So you’ve made a decision to use a telephone answering service. Congratulations! It may be one of the best business decisions you’ll make all year. Now the question becomes, “How do I call forward my phones to the answering service?” Never fear, we’ve outlined some of the most common call forwarding methods.
When you need to relay important information to employees, oftentimes it can be a huge challenge to do so fast and effectively. Many companies do this by making phone calls which get sent to voicemail. While others send emails that go unread.