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This presentation, led by hospital association communications leaders from New Hampshire and North Carolina, explores contemporary strategies, tactics and tools for effectively communicating about advocacy issues to key audiences (legislators, influencers, and consumers).
The pace of change is intensifying in health care. Providers and businesses nationwide are working tirelessly to stay on top of new technological advancements, innovative competitors, and rapidly changing consumer expectations.
The Surgeon General's report called addiction "a bigger health problem than cancer." This is a call to arms for every hospital in the nation. The heroin epidemic is decimating whole generations. The crisis is bringing clinical, financial, operational and messaging challenges to health systems everywhere. Three experts have joined together to bring you insights from ground zero of this epidemic.
HealthEast, a four-hospital system serving the Minneapolis-St. Paul region, was determined to make good use of its patient portal—to improve health outcomes by sharing proactive, consistent health information that patients could access anywhere. Read more about their implementation of two digital health tools.
This case study will examine how Boston Medical Center implemented an integrated, multichannel marketing campaign to acquire more than 2,000 new primary care patients within one year.
This session highlights the experiences of a Gannett News Organization reporter who observed Mission Health from the board room to the operating room, filing a series of reports that ran over four consecutive weeks in spring 2015.
With projections showing women of childbearing age declining in its service area, Princeton HealthCare System (PHCS) developed multimedia-marketing strategies to grow its obstetrics service line.
A renaissance in the use of community relations strategies " reimagined and data-driven " is taking healthcare organizations' stories directly to the community, and clearly aligning organizational reputation efforts with core business and market development goals.
Find out how Susan G. Komen Greater Kansas City developed a unique and emotionally charged virtual reality experience that puts users into the avatar of a real-life breast cancer survivor. Discover how interactive healthcare educational technology can be leveraged to impact target audiences with actionable messaging and possibly save lives at the same time.
This session will help participants build a case for change in their organizations, and provide guidance to help them reach their ultimate destination. Presenters will also share lessons learned: the good, the bad, and the ugly.
Learn how to define organizational personality, unify storytelling, and manage reputation with new tools and methods, all while building an engaged internal army.
Physician relations teams are growing. With larger teams comes the expectation for better results. Program leaders are asked to interpret the demands of leaders, manage data, and keep a host of sales-types motivated and field-focused.
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.
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.
While real-time analysis of the US Ebola panic focused on the obvious-crisis communications-a new, deeper look reveals significant gaps in the fundamentals of internal and external communications needed to reach, teach, and reassure a frightened public and our own employees.
With all of the changes in traditional and digital media, communications professionals have an historic opportunity to strategically reach their core audiences in meaningful, relevant ways. Organizations that are able to create a truly integrated communication function are ahead of the game.
Strategic media planning and measurement enable you to optimize your value to your organization, boost ROI, and wow the C-suite Not all stories are created equal. It is important to align your media initiatives with organizational priorities, and then monitor, analyze, and measure the results.
In this session, you will learn how one healthcare system used an online brand experience survey to guide its website improvement efforts.
In this session, learn how true transparency offers the opportunity to optimize the performance of large physician networks, with huge potential gains in efficiency, cost, and outcomes.