Nordis Technologies manages hundreds of homeowner association elections each year, including handling 1.5 million annual meeting and proxy notices and tabulating hundreds of thousands of online, mailed and in-person votes in 2017 alone. So, we have learned a thing or two about what makes HOA elections work—or not.
We are back from the HFMA’s bustling annual conference in Las Vegas. We are happy to report that many of the busiest organizations at the conference were RCM companies, including some of our partners, CarePayment, Convergent, HBCS and Sutherland Healthcare.
We’ve all been a patient at some point in our lives, and illness aside, the experience is rarely pleasant. Many shortcomings exist in the myriad revenue cycle operations before, during and after treatment. Remember scrambling to find a local doctor who accepted your health insurance, was accepting new patients, was highly rated by his or her patients, and could see you quickly? Recall the stress of needing treatment but not knowing what your out-of-pocket costs would be? Or imagine the strain of trying to figure out how to pay an unexpected medical bill.
What a great show and fabulous venue for ARDA World 2018 in Las Vegas! Fortunately, my top takeaways from the event strongly suggest that what happens in Vegas isn’t staying in Vegas: Trends point to continued good times for the vacation ownership industry and its customers.
I am proud to say we had a sell-out crowd at our workshop, called “From Lead to Loyalty: A Vacation Owner’s Journey,” at ARDA World 2018 held this first week of May in Las Vegas.
The draw for our 160 attendees: Frank discussions and practical advice about taking that critical step of customer journey mapping and then making changes in every interaction with the vacation owner to improve customer experience (CX) so you can boost satisfaction and revenue.
Sure, customers can be great ambassadors for products or services and often don’t hesitate to express themselves through online product reviews, tweets, testimonials, videos and blog posts. But how much should you encourage or feature this user-generated content created by unpaid contributors? Answer, a lot. In the following, I suggest some user-generated content ideas that you may find to be powerful assets in accomplishing your marketing goals.