ARE your clients satisfied with the level of service they receive from your practice? How would they respond if the practice were to introduce a new service? What would happen if the practice moved to new premises? Market research can provide valuable information on which a practice can base decisions about its future development. In this article, Julie MacLeod describes the types of research that can be undertaken, and outlines how a practice might go about surveying the opinion of its clients.
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