It’s hard to encourage you to imagine the unthinkable because, well, it’s unthinkable.
But indulge the exercise for a moment.
Let’s say a natural disaster strikes, maybe even one as potent as the one that ravaged nearly all of New Jersey last October, super storm Sandy. Or, maybe one as devastating as Hurricane Katrina way back in 2005. Or, one of the many tornadoes that has battered the Midwest over the course of, well, forever.
Crazier: what if it’s something far smaller-scaled and affects only you.
That’s a particularly scary scenario, not only for you, but for your patients.
Think about it: who’s going to be there to answer all of their questions? They could have serious complications that have arisen since they saw you last, and they might not have anywhere else to turn. They need you – or someone who can be an extension of you.
Worse, they actually may have someone else to turn to. Or at least they might find someone. Surely this is not something you want. It’s bad enough that you’re going to have to shell out whatever cash you may have on hand to make repairs so you can get by and move on. But now you have to worry about loyal patients taking their business elsewhere because of an unforeseen tragedy. This is surely something you can’t afford.
That’s what’s so great about disaster recovery services. They let you be you even if you can’t be. If there’s no one there to answer the phone, whether it be because the phone isn’t working or it’s simply under water or rubble, disaster recovery services can be your best friend. Disaster recovery services can help you keep in touch with all of your patients while you try to piece together your life and practice. Who wouldn’t want that?