How can health care organizations proactively help the public to better understand their personal and family risk for cancer and encourage them to seek genetic testing? In 2015, HudsonAlpha Institute for Biotechnology—a nonprofit organization dedicated to advancing genomic technology and sciences—launched its "Information is Power" genetic testing campaign.
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Several years ago, Saint Francis Healthcare system launched its first "Pink Up" campaign, which was designed to increase breast cancer awareness, promote early detection, and offer free mammograms to those in need. In 2016 the health system ramped up its fundraising and outreach efforts to turn the population health cancer awareness program into a cancer movement. Read more about their keys to success in this article.
As healthcare strategists, we can no longer focus most of our resources on simply growing inpatient volume. Instead, we need to broaden our focus to the entire healthcare experience for patients and their caregivers—from initial research and preparation, to appointment scheduling, to doctor and hospital visits, to rehabilitation, to post-care follow up.
Today, many people in the hospital industry are trying to "think different" about healthcare. How can we use technology to redesign the way people interact with caregivers, become more active, and manage their own health? The answer might come from the tech industry itself.
Customer relationship management (CRM) is a hot topic in healthcare marketing. From conferences to webinars to white papers, everyone seems to be jumping on the CRM bandwagon. And for every hospital or health system that doesn't have CRM, there seems to be another that underutilizes its existing CRM echnology. In an increasingly complex world of digital marketing channels, propensity modeling, and targeted analytics, a back-to-basics approach to CRM will help most organizations make sense of this ambiguous acronym.