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Income Analysis

DDR Practice Management plus enables you to double and even triple
your annual income without increasing your work hours

Annual Income
Without Sale of
Natural Meds
or Graph Analysis

Annual Income
Doubles by Treating
2X as Many Patients

Annual Income
+ Cost of
Graph Analysis

Annual Income
With Sale of
Natural Meds

Annual Income
Increased by
2X Patient
+ Graph Analysis
+ Sale of Natural Meds

Annual Income

$198,720

$397,440

  • Annual Income

  • based on 2X patients

    $397,440

  • Annual Income

  • based on 2X patients

    $397,440

  • Annual Income

  • based on 2X patients

    $397,440

    Graph Analysis

  • Graph Analysis

  • 40 patient/day
    $50 per Graph
    $2,000/day

    $384,000

  • Graph Analysis

  • 40 patient/day
    $50 per Graph
    $2,000/day

    $384,000

    Natural Meds

  • Natural Meds

  • 40 patient/day
    avg. 2 remedies ea.
    $15/remedy
    $1,200/day

    $249,600

  • Natural Meds

  • 40 patient/day
    avg. 2 remedies ea.
    $15/remedy
    $1,200/day

    $249,600

    Option 1

    Option 2

    Option 3

    Option 4

    BEST OPTION


    The DynamicDR
    Difference


    Total
    Annual Income
    without DDR


    Total
    Annual Income
    Using DDR As
    A Practice
    Mgmt. Tool Only


    Total
    Annual Income
    with
    Graph Analysis


    Total
    Annual Income
    with Sale of
    Natural Meds


    Total
    Annual Income
    + Graph Analysis
    + Nat. Meds Sales

    $198,720

    $397,440

    $781,440

    $647,040

    $1,031.040

    Based on research, the average patient visit is between 18-24 minutes. This is true for primary care physicians as well as chiropractors, but quite a bit longer for acupuncturists and naturopaths, who commonly provide up to an hour of health care.

    In an article published by "Physician Executive", most primary care physicians put in an 8.4 hour work day and see between 18-20 patients. Initial time rendered is generally longer due to fact finding, physical exam, decision making, note taking, creating a treatment plan, and charting. Medicare allows $51.75 for a typical office visit for a moderate problem.

    Using 20 as a mean number of patients paying $51.75 each for an office visit and excluding additional income generated by other services rendered, total income per day would be $1,075. Assuming the work week is 4 days, the total for the week would be $4,140, for the month (16 days), $16,560, and annually, $198,720.

    The DDR Practice Management Tool enables you to see twice as many patient in the same amount of time for an increase of approximately $200,000 or an estimated annual income of $397,440. Taking full advantage of all aspects of DDR Practice Management Tool Plus could conceivably bump that up another $300,000-$600,000.

    This happens when you utilize the 6-Phase Graph which provides an almost instantaneous visual, highlighting organs stress and disorder stage based on symptom specificity. As a health practitioner, you will love this, and so will your patient. The Graph enables you to mark progress and includes your patients in his/her own journey back to good health. Furthermore, the Graph Analysis provides exact remedying based on the research of prominent homotoxicologists including Drs. Reckeweg, Smit, and others. There is a zero learning curve and a turn-key application that requires no expensive devices, seminars, applications, or specialized personnel.

    Add passive income from dispensing safe, highly effective homeopathic remedies, and your annual income has increased another $249,600 per year (40 patients/day = $1,200/day = $4,800/wk = additional $249,600/yr.) Adding sales of neutraceuticals, phytochemicals, enzymes, herbs, and supplements further increases income.

    In the prestigious New England Journal of Medicine, researchers revealed that in 1990 Americans made an estimated 425 million visit - and spent an estimated $18.9 billion on alternative medical practitioners. This number reflected an increase of 83%, from $10.3 billion in 1987 to $18.9 billion in 1990, a number that would more than triple by the year 2000. This meant Americans; especially "baby boomers", were making more visits to alternative/integrative practitioners than to family physicians. They have a desire for wellness and they expect it! Boomers project an aggressive consumerism as well as a healthy disregard for authority and conformity; they do not wish to "grow old gracefully", and they are starving for answers to the age-old puzzle of youth extension. More than any demographic population before them, this group not only wants to hold on to their youth, but also knows it is possible to do so. Remarkably, roughly three-fourths of the money spent on alternative medicine was paid out-of-pocket instead of by insurance.

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