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In this webcast, we will share a case study on how a large U.S. health care system has used analytics to determine which consumers to target in service-line specific marketing campaigns, measure results quickly enough to be able to modify tactics in the middle of a campaign, and determine best practices for moving the needle, faster.
Lead Healthcare’s Transformation with SHSMD ADVANCE™ SHSMD ADVANCE™ is a comprehensive learning framework that includes a series of skill building tools that will help you and your health care strategy team assess, build, and promote your strategic abilities.
Attend this session and learn how UNC Health Care and Geonetric used extensive web analytics and stakeholder feedback to create a comprehensive location strategy, with special attention paid to UNC Health Care’s specialty clinics.
This presentation will discuss how this framework can guide health system responses to the opioid epidemic, highlight insights from patterns in county-level geographic variation, and identify tactics health systems can deploy to improve performance.
Gaining a deep understanding of physician behavior by evaluating physician activity and referral data from your market paves the way to achieving physician alignment that drives growth. University Hospitals understood the need to augment their current use data and analytics to continue to grow intelligently.
Most surgical programs can tell you how many cases they did last year, but very few can share how many they didn’t do. What’s needed is a tracking measurement that shows how many people are slipping through the cracks —and more importantly, where they’re dropping off along the way.
Hear about the beautiful, symbiotic relationship when population health management teams with marketing to uncover the true benefit of their programs. Learn how marketers must be able to leverage their CRM data and reporting to provide true business intelligence for their service line and population health teams to make timely decisions about program management is invaluable.
In this session, Robin Schell, APR, Senior Counsel & Partner, Fellow PRSA of Jackson Jackson & Wagner and Gail Winslow, APR, Associate Director, Strategic Growth, of UMass Medical Center will introduce the concept of using triggering events to drive internal and external behaviors, and discuss how UMass Medical Center uses data to motivate and support behaviors, make effective business decisions and measure success. Using the example of implementing Salesforce by UMass Medical School, participants will see how theory and application come together in a CRM system.
Join our panel of experts as they discuss how using a data-driven approach can positively impact your outreach program. Learn how, by incorporating key data elements in your planning efforts, you will better understand your market position and key network connections and uncover opportunities to strengthen service line performance.
We are in a renaissance. The rate of change in the healthcare marketplace is moving at an accelerated pace. There are more opportunities than ever before for healthcare strategists, but there are greater challenges to refine and build upon their skillsets in preparation for an unknown future. Read about the skills and attributes necessary to succeed in a rapidly evolving healthcare environment.
Do you think about open enrollment as a fall campaign? Think again. What if you viewed open enrollment as an opportunity to engage with patients, consumers, brokers, health plans, and employers all year long?
Learn how Community Health Network (CHNw), a leading Midwest health system, used an analytical technique called MaxDiff (maximum-difference or best-worst scaling) to leverage insight from consumer research, enabling healthcare strategists to prioritize which functional, communications, and human resource development actions would have the greatest impact.
Featuring a case study of Cook Children's Health Care System, this session will explore how analytics can enhance multiple business initiatives from market planning to donor acquisition to achieving social goals.
How to utilize data to improve organizational decision making. Today, the volume of raw data a healthcare organization collects can be overwhelming. In fact, it is estimated that 90 percent of all the data in existence today was created in the last two years. The challenge for healthcare strategists is to figure out ways to make sense of all this information. But how?
Learn how Lafayette General Health developed and deployed a partnership ranking decision tool to support its long-range strategic business objectives.
How can the attributes and skills highlighted in Bridging Worlds be applied to take your team to the next level? This session will allow participants to explore these concepts through real-world case studies, gaining practical knowledge to apply within their own organizations.
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.
Anne Arundel Medical Center (AAMC) developed a methodology to prioritize a list of identified gaps in order to allocate resources for the coming and subsequent years.
Learn how Texas Health Physicians Group, Texas Health Resources' physician organization comprising more than 800 medical professionals, has used big data and patient analytics to understand who its patients are, measure the effectiveness of marketing campaigns for each clinic, and allocate budget resources based on past performance and future potential.
Swedish Medical Center (Swedish) operated with an outsourced patient access center that delivered a low call-to-appointment conversion of 28%.