If you're like millions of Americans, you've seen the award-winning television show "Shark Tank," in which entrepreneurs have 10 minutes to sell investors on their business idea. Now transfer that image to the last time you walked into the C-suite to sell your annual strategic marketing plan and budget.
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A marketing plan serves as the blueprint for all marketing efforts. This publication provides marketers from hospitals, health systems, medical practices and other health care organizations with a comprehensive overview of the major elements of a marketing plan.
Join us on Wednesday, February 20th as Gary Druckenmiller, VP of Customer Success at Evariant, discusses the top drivers of success that must be on your 2019 marketing roadmap.
Join us for an expert tour of the best digital work happening among these fifteen top-ranked hospital systems. The session will feature Dave Wieneke, who developed the HDX method as director of the health care practice at Connective DX.
Patient journeys are one of the hottest topics in health care marketing and with good reason. They can achieve excellent results by directing engagement tactics to where an individual consumer is on the decision-making continuum for elective health care services. This article discusses a major patient journey initiative by UC Health in Ohio.
In an era when "content is king," storytelling has never been more crucial for setting a health care organization apart from the competition. Here are five tips for finding compelling health care stories in your organization.
Join us in our discussion on change within the digital health care marketing space and discover how beneficial change can be in attracting new patients in 2018.
Traditional marketing simply isn’t working. It’s time to reimagine how we solve acquisition and retention challenges to achieve high-value service line growth, extend patient lifetime value, and improve network utilization and planning.
With 77% of consumers searching online before making an appointment with a provider, health care marketers are building the “digital front door” to help engage and acquire them. But what does a digital strategy look like for this when there are multiple touchpoints a consumer experiences before selecting a provider? This panel will help define the elements needed to align your digital marketing with a person’s journey to care.
Using Data-Driven Experiential Marketing to Engage and Educate Consumers Around Choosing the Appropriate Level of Care
This session will look at how OhioHealth took a non-traditional marketing approach to engage and educate consumers around this topic.
This session will help you learn to free up your brain and do your job better.
Lessons From the Shark Tank: Pitching Your Strategic Marketing Growth Plans and Budget Needs to Senior Leadership
This session will help hospital marketers raise their own level of thoughtfulness as it relates to "pitching" their strategic business plans and budget needs to their senior leadership team. Through exploration of winning ideas and practices of big brands, this interactive session will be a real game changer for marketers.
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.
Learn how an emerging best practice, the “Total Market Approach,” can create market advantages for health plans, hospitals and health systems by leveraging core human truths across general market and multicultural audiences as these groups merge into the “New Americano."
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.
A panel of experts from around the country will share their experiences and best practices in operationalizing population for their health care systems. Attendees will also receive a model for population health planning—a practical guide that can be implemented immediately in any type of organization.
It is hard for a consumer to pick up a postcard from their mailbox and attend a surgical weight loss seminar right away. Good marketers are thinking about call to actions "CTAs" that are easy to complete, are shareable and sticky!
Over the last nine years, we have sent out almost 50,000 separate email campaigns from a wide range of companies that target physicians. From this huge base of experience, we have pulled out six secrets to make your next hospital email campaign be the best performing one ever.
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.
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.