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19 Results Found

2019
Learn how you can better combine and leverage health care and non-health care data to better understand and target new prospects, retain new and existing patients and activate them in their health outside of the clinical setting, building long term relationships and loyalty.
2018
How can health care organizations proactively help the public to better understand their personal and family risk for cancer and encourage them to seek genetic testing? In 2015, HudsonAlpha Institute for Biotechnology—a nonprofit organization dedicated to advancing genomic technology and sciences—launched its "Information is Power" genetic testing campaign.
2018
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.
2017
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.
2017
When is digital media most effective? What are the proven models for success? New programmatic media can create a digital pathway to target specialty referrals and track patient conversions. Learn how to utilize inpatient case counts by ZIP Code to develop Brand Development and Category Development Indices (BDI/CDI) to align media dollars to best growth opportunities.
2017
Is your planning process nimble enough? Are you receiving valuable input? Are you monitoring progress well and frequently enough? Is the plan yielding the outcomes you seek? This survey report includes key survey findings and key thoughts from leading health care planners.
2017
Imagine utilizing predictive analytics and interactive mapping to identify unsaturated market areas full of unmet patient demand, overlay ideal payer mix projections, and forecasting future financial success. Healthcare providers can now create predictive, neighborhood level strategic plans for optimization of urgent, FEDs, primary/specialty care practices and even micro-hospitals.
2017
"All truth passes through three stages. First, it is ridiculed. Second, it is violently opposed. Third, it is accepted as being self-evident." For healthcare strategists today, this quote from the German philosopher Arthur Schopenhauer reflects the relationship between skepticism and the process of collecting, analyzing, and interpreting data as a means to better decision making.
2016
How can a health system develop optimal new wellness programs tailored specifically to its unique market? That's the challenge Fairview Health Services, headquartered in Minneapolis, Minnesota, faced in 2015 as part of its strategy to develop new services that would meet the needs of the community, generate new sources of revenue in a retail delivery model, and extend its presence in Minnesota and the upper Midwest.
2016
In this session, you will learn how North Memorial Health Care and Carrot Health combined medical records and consumer data to develop a novel, highly targeted approach to consumer outreach for a new urgency center facility in Minneapolis.
2016
Learn how, with a highly personalized strategy, Kish/Northwestern uses six strategic approaches to help develop stronger community connections, which have led to increased access to hospital services, use of preventive screenings without overuse, and greater awareness of the system brand as a trusted health resource and not just a place to go to when ill.
2016
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.
2016
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?
2016
Customer relationship management (CRM) is a hot topic in healthcare marketing. From conferences to webinars to white papers, everyone seems to be jumping on the CRM bandwagon. And for every hospital or health system that doesn't have CRM, there seems to be another that underutilizes its existing CRM echnology. In an increasingly complex world of digital marketing channels, propensity modeling, and targeted analytics, a back-to-basics approach to CRM will help most organizations make sense of this ambiguous acronym.
2015
Armed with technologies that allow for authentic acumens, marketing decision makers can now create more individualized and personalized healthcare experiences by converting “big” data into more practical data.
2015
Hear how Aurora Healthcare and insurance company Horizon Healthcare Services turned to their secure, online communities of thousands of members to gain feedback and insight that has helped drive successful organizational decisions. You will also learn how leading organizations survive and thrive in today's consumer-led world of healthcare.
2015
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.
2015
This session will present a case study for using data to identify and better understand the people you want to reach, from establishing objectives, through the process of designing and implementing a full-scale research study, to how to effectively use the research results.
2015
By using big data analytics – similar to those used by Netflix and Amazon – we can automate learning about what matters most to current and prospective patients, then use that knowledge to tailor engagement and nurture intimacy. This presentation will outline how the analytic technologies that power Customer Relationship Management (CRM) can help providers achieve these goals.