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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.
Hear a national perspective on the implications and drivers of burnout and how organizations are refocusing on purpose to improve health care delivery and support their teams.
This session will explore the transformation of the health care industry and the resulting needs and roles required to succeed.
In this session we will help you: 1. Better understand different types of cultures; 2. Use a tool, Organizational Culture Assessment Instrument (OCAI) to see what your culture is today and what you want it to become; 3. Work on an effective 6-step process you can use to begin to change your organization’s culture.
This session reviews the activation timeline of the media relations team at Sunrise Health System Hospitals as our flagship trauma center closest to the Strip experienced treating 180 patients during the largest mass casualty in US history.
When Dayton Children’s Hospital had almost completed a more than $200 million dollar expansion and revitalization project, the marketing team was tasked with turning four opening events on two campuses into something more powerful than just another ribbon cutting. The resulting plan used each event as a tent pole to elevate the hospital’s brand, showcase services, spotlight providers and highlight community commitment.
Attend this session to learn how to develop quarterly C-suite dashboards that summarize the metrics that matter, such as lead-to-patient conversion rates, marketing's impact on payor mix, marketing ROI, and revenue contribution.
Join us for details on recent marketing automation initiatives that have improved the experience for both the customer and the provider.
Senior health care executives will learn the importance of key strategies when incorporating consumer-focused initiatives into their strategic plans.
This session will demonstrate the need for advocacy, professionalism, branding, and awareness on social media’s impact for brand success.
The VCU Health communications team pioneered utilizing Facebook Live, incorporating it into their strategy soon after it launched. From live streaming health seminars, to getting on-the-ground reactions of medical students on match day, to one-on-ones with doctors talking about unique medical issues, the possibilities for health care marketing are endless.
Learn how CHI Franciscan developed sports marketing programs to support Oncology, Cardiac, and Orthopaedic Service Lines.
This session will help hospital marketers raise their own level of thoughtfulness as it relates to "pitching" their strategic business plans and budget needs to their senior leadership team. Through exploration of winning ideas and practices of big brands, this interactive session will be a real game changer for marketers.
Case studies will be discussed demonstrating how hospitals are using approaches such as human-centered design, adaptive leadership and new partnerships based on social impact, to accelerate, sustain and/or scale innovation and improvement in areas ranging from clinician burnout to safety.
An interactive “fishbowl” discussion between 4 panelists and rotating members of the audience about how to design a Health System Fellowship that implements SHSMD Bridging Worlds as an internal Engine of Innovation.
It is hard for a consumer to pick up a postcard from their mailbox and attend a surgical weight loss seminar right away. Good marketers are thinking about call to actions "CTAs" that are easy to complete, are shareable and sticky!
Using techniques such as small group meetings, large group meetings, and a coalition of participants (crossing the organization horizontally and vertically), Huggins facilitated conversations for quick strategy and action planning.
Learn how to capture the attention of a very busy physician audience with Rose Herring from Atrium Health, formerly Carolinas Health Care System, and Dr. Nate Gross, the Co-Founder of Doximity.
This session will explore creative ways to capitalize on internal and external resources to support brand position and implement outreach opportunities at little to no cost. You will also learn how organizations can build market share with community engagement, positioning your service lines and smarter advertising.