Frequently Asked Questions

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General

How overweight do I have to be in order to be on Appetite Suppressants?

Our medical providers will look at your BMI (Body Mass Index) to determine if you qualify to take the appetite suppressant. As a general rule, your BMI should be about 25 in order to take the appetite suppressants.

I did not know I could dispense medication. Why aren’t more physicians doing this?

20 years ago, how many people had cell phones? Not too many, but today, almost everyone has one. Ironically, years ago, most physicians dispensed medication to their patients. Change occurs in every industry. With insurance reimbursements decreasing and operating costs increasing, this is forcing physicians to find alternative sources of revenue to enhance their practice. Dispensing medication is a simple solution.

How much work do I need to put into the day-to-day operation of the program?

Your staff will be trained to completely run the program, with minimal effort required by you.

How does my medical staff get trained?

We have an MD and a PA that will work one-on-one with your medical provider.

How do I train my clinic staff?

You will be assigned a trainer to work closely with you during the process. We offer WebEx training, with an additional option to have us come to your clinic for in-house training, or you may come to our office for onsite training.

After I pay for the program, how much do supplies cost?

We have already negotiated the lowest prices possible for you. You will spend approximately $1,500-3,500 the first month and will be based on patient need thereafter. You can expect to spend $5,000 monthly on marketing for your best success. This is a low investment for a big return.

How do I generate leads?

Proven call to action marketing to make your phone ring, including one on one training with reception to book 80% of incoming calls.

Why do I need to commit for two years or more?

Ongoing training support for all current and new employees ensures that new marketing techniques will be introduced during growth. The newest weight loss medications and injections will continue to be included along with other services, putting you one step ahead of all competitors.

Does your system cost as much as a franchise?

We are very different from a franchise because we are a licensing firm and our fees are very affordable in comparison.

What makes your program better than other companies?

It’s the variety of medical techniques we use in combination with customizing a package for the patient.

Dispensing

How overweight do I have to be in order to be on Appetite Suppressants?

Our medical providers will look at your BMI (Body Mass Index) to determine if you qualify to take the appetite suppressant. As a general rule, your BMI should be about 25 in order to take the appetite suppressants.

I did not know I could dispense medication. Why aren’t more physicians doing this?

20 years ago, how many people had cell phones? Not too many, but today, almost everyone has one. Ironically, years ago, most physicians dispensed medication to their patients. Change occurs in every industry. With insurance reimbursements decreasing and operating costs increasing, this is forcing physicians to find alternative sources of revenue to enhance their practice. Dispensing medication is a simple solution.

How much work do I need to put into the day-to-day operation of the program?

Your staff will be trained to completely run the program, with minimal effort required by you.

How does my medical staff get trained?

We have an MD and a PA that will work one-on-one with your medical provider.

How do I train my clinic staff?

You will be assigned a trainer to work closely with you during the process. We offer WebEx training, with an additional option to have us come to your clinic for in-house training, or you may come to our office for onsite training.

After I pay for the program, how much do supplies cost?

We have already negotiated the lowest prices possible for you. You will spend approximately $1,500-3,500 the first month and will be based on patient need thereafter. You can expect to spend $5,000 monthly on marketing for your best success. This is a low investment for a big return.

How do I generate leads?

Proven call to action marketing to make your phone ring, including one on one training with reception to book 80% of incoming calls.

Why do I need to commit for two years or more?

Ongoing training support for all current and new employees ensures that new marketing techniques will be introduced during growth. The newest weight loss medications and injections will continue to be included along with other services, putting you one step ahead of all competitors.

Does your system cost as much as a franchise?

We are very different from a franchise because we are a licensing firm and our fees are very affordable in comparison.

What makes your program better than other companies?

It’s the variety of medical techniques we use in combination with customizing a package for the patient.

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