Take a dive inside the innovative content distribution techniques being used by top health care organizations such as Orlando Health. The organization will shares its secret for consistent success combining earned and viral campaigns.
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By the Numbers provides a snapshot of today’s health care marketing communications environment, which you can use to assess your organization’s operations, understand how peer departments function, and identify opportunities to enhance your marketing and communications functions.
We will share how marketing and communications offices can use original research to help gather insights into clinical marketing efforts, internal culture change, and earn local and national media.
Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation has developed a Comprehensive Opioid Response with the 12 steps as a solution to treating people with opioid addiction, which engages and activates community resources, providers, physicians, families, and the patient for optimal outcomes. Learn how they engaged physicians as a part of treatment, prevention, and pain management to reduce risk of developing Opioid Use Disorder.
This session will assess University of Michigan Health System’s approach to implementing virtual health, and present an evaluation framework and business case for a range of virtual health initiatives.
This session will explore how organizations have adopted new business planning models to identify opportunities and bring ideas to execution more quickly.
In this session, participants will learn how to collect real time point of service feedback from web visitors and leverage that information to make website changes that will improve usability and ultimately brand image.
The consumerization of health care is upon us. Learn how to obsess over your customers in the same way as Amazon by adopting a patient-focused initiative that creates a personalized, one-to-one experience.
What needs to happen to replace health care consumer confusion and complexity with customer confidence and contentment? Learn more about the health care customer experience during this session.
Join us on this webinar, and invite your team, as Susan Dubuque covers the highlights of her new publication “Gearing Up for Population Health: Marketing for Change,” and offers effective strategies to help us transition to population health and improve the health status of those we serve.
This new SHSMD guide provides innovative and practical information and tools to help you design a population health plan that is consistent with your organization’s mission and strategic goals.
Attendees of this webcast will learn best practices for mapping the patient journey, overlaying effective communication streams and documenting and delivering programmatic recommendations.
This webcast will outline key concepts in SHSMD’s newly updated Bridging Worlds report, featuring fresh perspectives on the future role of the healthcare strategist. Through stories and case examples, strategic implications and opportunities for healthcare strategists will be illustrated, and key skills and attributes required for success will be shared.
When large, data-driven, consumer- oriented companies such as Google and Amazon announce they are entering the health care space, hospitals and health systems must be ready to change, update, and innovate in order to continue to be successful.
In today's healthcare landscape it's critical for marketing departments to be able to demonstrate they are not merely "a cost of doing business" but rather an asset that can contribute to the organizational bottom line. But how? Read more about one healthcare organization's journey to measuring marketing performance.
As the health care field increasingly focuses on population health, hospital and health system marketers need to learn how to use their promotional skills in new ways to help their organizations achieve the objectives of this model of care. This article discusses the population health initiative of one health system and their customer relationships management (CRM) campaign.
Until recently many leaders refrained from taking aggressive public stands on controversial issues. There have always been high-profile leaders in certain industries who aren't afraid to speak up, but healthcare leaders in general tend to be more reserved. If you sensed a change recently, you're not mistaken. Read more about the role of healthcare leaders on social media in this article.
Learn how hospitals and health systems are using five key data elements to ensure Cupid’s arrow hits the right targets at the right time.
Join renowned futurist Dr. Ian Morrison for a webcast on the latest edition of SHSMD’s annual guide to healthcare trends. Morrison will provide an overview of Futurescan articles written by thought and opinion leaders on a number of important topics.
Yet another example of SHSMD's commitment to providing health care strategists with practical, timely resources, this calendar is designed to help you plan your 2018 community health events, internal and external communications, social media campaigns, and more.