I confess I’ve yet been able to convince my acupuncture clients to use a native WordPress booking system instead of one of the popular web applications for healthcare professionals. There are tons of them but none of them I’ve researched have features which justify their price or for choosing them over one of the mature and powerful booking plugins for WordPress which Kinsta helpfully lists in this extensively researched and annotated post. If they’re going to use a SaaS I’d rather they use vcita, to be honest, as it’s much more than a booking system, seamlessly including client management, video conferencing, and billing, as well,
I’ve included the Highly link below but honestly the Kinsta list is so detailed that’s it’s much better to read the whole article [affiliate link] which has detailed bullet points under each listed plugin.
I’ve tried to sum up the main points here:
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Going to the dentist often requires a reservation. So does a visit to your favorite Thai restaurant or signing up for a personal training session at your local gym. In the past, the customer would have to look up a phone number, speak to someone on the phone, then jot down that date and time on a piece of paper. Those days are long gone, and it’s incredible to see the types of features constantly being added to online booking tools. If you happen to run a business that requires appointments and reservations, it’s important to find the best […]