Most physicians aren’t exposed to the art and science of referral development in medical school, but it can significantly impact practice growth and success. Learn how to best equip new and established physicians to be stronger at building and nurturing referral partnerships.
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In this session, we will explore examples of real health systems’ varying approaches to positioning employed physician groups, from complete autonomous enterprises, to adjuncts and extensions of hospital-based services, to primary drivers of downstream revenue.
What happens when a former executive from Starwood Hotels and Resorts takes over marketing at a physician practice? Florida Orthopaedic Institute implemented a strategy for creating a 5-star customer experience — and attracting more patients — with online reputation management playing a vital role.
The shifting healthcare landscape is requiring hospitals and health system strategists to take aggressive approaches to every aspect of their operations, including how to align physicians with their healthcare network and advertise them to the community. Read more about the key to addressing these challenges.
It started in 2013 with a guy and a portable recorder interviewing doctors about various health topics and then posting the interviews on SoundCloud. Today, TheScopeRadio.com has a library of nearly 2000 interviews and has turned into one of the biggest traffic drivers to University of Utah Health’s website.
To meet the challenge of keeping families as patients once they become parents, the marketing team at Nebraska Methodist developed a non-branded strategy that highlights the knowledge of our obstetricians, pediatricians, and family medicine physicians. Read more about the launch of their unique website for parents in this article.
Learn how Avera Health is using a multidisciplinary approach to marketing to build volume for new physicians, and to deepen patient relationships with established providers.
Many hospital marketers want to engage physicians in marketing campaigns. This usually involves physicians sitting for interviews, posing for photos, and signing off on tag lines. But this level of engagement is only a start.
In its white paper entitled "Managing Populations, Maximizing Technology," the nonprofit Patient-Centered Primary Care Collaborative listed 10 recommendations for achieving comprehensive population health management.1 Among those recommendations are: risk stratification, automated outreach, and advanced population analytics.
Challenge: Nebraska Methodist Health System leads the region in births. In a fiercely competitive market, how can we retain these families as patients with our primary care? PARENTSAVVY.COM IS BORN! Our approach: Answer those questions every parent has on a website branded separately from the Health System.
Find Your Rainmakers: Efficient Physician Network Development Utilizing Crimson Market Advantage Data
Problem: Current trends in physician employment and ACO models can create significant barriers for competitors to meet strategic goals. Such rapid alignment proves it increasingly difficult to establish a strong and loyal referring physician base for new and existing clinical programs.