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.
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Until recently many leaders refrained from taking aggressive public stands on controversial issues. There have always been high-profile leaders in certain industries who aren't afraid to speak up, but healthcare leaders in general tend to be more reserved. If you sensed a change recently, you're not mistaken. Read more about the role of healthcare leaders on social media in this article.
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.
A veteran media strategist shares insights on how to use a mix of digital tactics to raise awareness and yield results. Digital advertising — in the form of mobile marketing, search engine marketing, social media marketing, and more — is an inexpensive as well as effective way of marketing when compared to traditional methods.
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.
The marketing team at Henry Ford Health System is using digital content — from social media messaging to blog posts — to engage with consumers and drive online traffic. When consumers visit your Facebook page or website, is what they see and read representative of the experience they have in your hospital or clinic?
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.
Today, many people in the hospital industry are trying to "think different" about healthcare. How can we use technology to redesign the way people interact with caregivers, become more active, and manage their own health? The answer might come from the tech industry itself.