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Join us as we discuss the latest survey data on how patients are accessing hospital website information and some interesting lessons and insights you might not expect!
How do marketers at one of the world's most advanced medical laboratories improve upon the services they provide to customers around the globe? Mayo Medical Laboratories developed a digital communications hub called Insights after customers and internal stakeholders alike were voicing concerns about the functionality and usefulness of the MML website.
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.
Learn how Northwestern Medicine has structured their processes, technology, and staff to create ongoing operational capabilities for sustainable post-launch success.
Vanderbilt University Medical Center (with their partner Modea) will reveal how their headless CMS provides greater flexibility and a readiness to respond to rapid change in how consumers digest content.
Join Ochsner Health and White Rhino as they showcase the best of consumer interface design and share recent redesign updates.
With the knowledge that visual content has a higher retention and conversion rate than text-based media because of its powerful psychological influence, it only makes sense that healthcare marketing leaders enhance their video tactics as part of their creative strategy. Read more about affordable ways to create effective marketing videos for your brand.
Hear how Boston Children’s Hospital and Northwestern Medicine have structured their people, processes, and technology to create ongoing operational capabilities for sustainable post-launch success.
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.
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.
Before Facebook, YouTube, or even an electronic health record system, MD Anderson implemented its patient portal. It has since become a critical component of the patient's journey with over 75 percent usage. Attendees will learn how to exceed the national average of 36 percent with tools like real-time results release, self-service, and incorporating social work and patient advocacy.
To make its website as sweet as the town's iconic chocolate bar, Penn State Milton S. Hershey Medical Center took a patient-centered approach when redesigning its web presence. In this session, hear how Penn State used patient input throughout the redesign and how those approaches influenced the design direction.
St. Luke Health System turned its outdated online brochure into a dynamic website that drives engagement and empowers patients. Healthcare consumers expect the digital experience to be as easy to use and personalized as Amazon. But with the tight restrictions placed on patient information and privacy, delivering on the promise of a seamless, customer-friendly experience can be difficult. So, how can healthcare providers meet those expectations and integrate all their patient touchpoints?
In this one-hour webinar, Jared Johnson of Phoenix Children’s Hospital, will join Dave Wieneke, the originator of the HDX Index. They will discuss how hospitals can baseline to assess their own progress year over year, and to track themselves against best practices and marketplace competitors.
In theory, portals should help hospitals engage patients, improving their experience. Through innovation and education, HealthEast turned our portal into a tool for meaningful engagement, leading to more confident and connected patients and improving their satisfaction.
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.
Attendees will hear how Olmsted Medical Center invested in content and search engine optimization (SEO) to increase the visibility of its women's services among health consumers.
Find out how Rush reinvented its website and digital marketing strategy to offer a truly patient-centric online experience. Hear how Rush subjected its digital marketing to a cold-eyed analysis and undertook a comprehensive digital strategy and redesign.
In this session, two key players in the redesign and re-platforming of the Penn Cancer website will talk about what made their project successful, what the challenges were, and the undeniable necessity for cultural change to ensure a successful responsive CMS website project.