House Calls – Observe As Much As You Can

House Calls is the personal brand of Dr. Anand Agrawal. He claims that each patient has a unique profile and using this data he can create specific services tailored to that patient’s needs. Dr. Agrawal says his system can provide you with the results you want at the price you want.

House Calls is different than some of the systems on the market. There are many great systems out there, but they all have one thing in common; they all let you collect and compare data from multiple sources (like your employer, insurance companies, co-workers etc.) without you having to do anything.

However, this makes it hard to use because you don’t know where your data is coming from and it’s very hard to understand the data you’re getting from House Calls. So if you want to use House Calls as a reference when you’re using other systems then you need to observe everything House Calls does. Here are a few ways to observe House Calls.

Take Notes – Whenever you’re taking a call, write down the name of the person who is calling and the date. Don’t just state the information the insurance company wants to know. It’s a mistake to just jot it down for insurance companies because they’ll be able to connect your information to every single one of your calls. They’ll be able to identify you as a potential customer!

Even if you don’t want to get into a big argument with your insurance company because of this, write down how long you’ve been in the company. What does this mean? If you’re starting at the same place, this means you’re using the same insurance company.

They Want to Know – One of the things they want to know is how much you earn, how long you’ve been there, how much you pay out for premiums, etc. Keep track of this data for this reason.

They Want to Know – If your insurance company asks for additional data then don’t be afraid to ask for this information. Don’t offer it but rather find out for yourself how they work. They might give you some advice or perhaps even give you a free quote.

House Calls lets you keep track of all of this information and a lot of other data for their clients. So, whenever you make a House Call remember that you’re following House Calls protocol. It’s like they want to help you improve your health and well-being.

Observe them Every Day – If you’re living at home and making House Calls at a practice site, then it’s easy to lose track of the meetings. So ask everyone what’s going on, but don’t give away your most sensitive information right away. Practice your House Calls at home until you can say them without being nervous or embarrassed.

You’re Still a Customer – After you’ve begun using House Calls, if you ever feel a relationship developing with them, continue to do it. They’re on your side. You can still have important conversations with them.

Your Personal Brand – Using House Calls doesn’t change you, it makes you a brand. If you’re comfortable with their program and you still find them useful after using House Calls then you still have your personal brand.

Use House Calls as a reference guide whenever you want to do research. But remember that House Calls has your insurance company has House Calls. Try to be objective and neutral so you can follow House Calls protocol without being a disgruntled customer.