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eHST Video Update: Episode 4

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Show NotesBelow are links to the articles covered in this eHealthcare Monthly Video Update. HCIC 2021 – Live! in Las Vegas How Customer Data Platforms Can Power More Consumer-Driven Opportunities in Healthcare MACH: Making MarTech Modular Artificial Intelligence Can Bring Real Ethical Concerns to Healthcare Creating a Digital-First Approach to Behavioral Healthcare

eHST Monthly Video Update: Episode 3

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Show NotesBelow are links to the articles covered in this eHealthcare Monthly Video Update. How Cleveland Clinic Prepped for Google’s Core Web Vitals Algorithm eHealthcare Leadership Awards: Recognizing Excellence in COVID-19 Communications Salinas Valley Memorial Healthcare System’s Internal Communications Strategy Kept Employees Connected During COVID-19 Content Strategies for a Post-Pandemic World Data Is Redefining the Read More

eHST Monthly Video Update – June 2021

Watch this episode of our video update with stories from eHealthcare Strategy & Trends: Health systems use digital tools to connect people with vaccines. Top industry leaders share post-pandemic priorities. Lessons from higher education for digital fundraising in healthcare. How to raise your organization’s social justice profile. And an update on the 2021 eHealthcare Leadership Awards.

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During a Crisis, Focus First on Communicating With Internal Stakeholders

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Among the many adjustments hospital and health system marketers have made during the coronavirus pandemic is placing a greater emphasis on internal communications. In many cases, the shift has been dramatic. Alan Shoebridge, director of marketing and communication at Salinas Valley Memorial Healthcare System (SVMHS) in west-central California, estimates that from the spring of 2020 Read More

Salinas Valley Memorial Healthcare System’s Internal Communications Strategy Kept Employees Connected During COVID-19

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 // By Brian Griffin // Among the many adjustments hospital and health system marketers have made during the coronavirus pandemic is placing a greater emphasis on internal communications. In many cases, the shift has been dramatic. Alan Shoebridge, director of marketing and communication at Salinas Valley Memorial Healthcare System (SVMHS) in west-central California, estimates that Read More

eHealthcare Leadership Awards: Recognizing Excellence in COVID-19 Communications

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// By Jane Weber Brubaker // The past 12 months have pushed healthcare organizations to adapt quickly and build resilience to meet the ever-changing circumstances brought on by the pandemic. Communicators in healthcare organizations have had to continuously anticipate the pandemic-related information needs of their organizations and communities and create multidirectional, multiplatform, multichannel communications to Read More

What Universities Can Teach Healthcare About Effective Digital Fundraising

Chris Snavely

Did you cancel fundraising events during the pandemic? How did your development team find other ways to successfully keep donors engaged and giving? Without the galas, hospital tours, and meetings with doctors and researchers, the pandemic has no doubt created a new fundraising challenge. But as with other aspects of life, the pandemic has forced Read More

Heading Off Misinformation With a Collaborative Approach

Tina Varona

The internet is rife with misinformation. During the COVID pandemic, when we’re all desperate for facts, getting the wrong information can have consequences for communities. For Hartford HealthCare, a seven-hospital health system serving Connecticut and parts of Rhode Island and Massachusetts, a collaborative approach allowed the communications and marketing teams to disseminate valuable information across Read More

Digital-First Philanthropy: What Healthcare Can Learn from Higher Education

Michelle Clark

// By Marcia Simon, APR // Did you cancel fundraising events during the pandemic? How did your development team find other ways to successfully keep donors engaged and giving? Without the galas, hospital tours, and meetings with doctors and researchers, the pandemic has no doubt created a new fundraising challenge. But as with other aspects Read More

Are Your Videos in Compliance With WCAG Guidelines? Maybe Not.

Anthony Vivian, video production manager at Baptist Health

Since the start of the pandemic, YouTube viewership in the U.S. has gone up, way up — 450 million hours of content watched per day in 2020, up from 250 million watch hours daily in 2019. While the platform delivers on serving up content to teach you how to knit, show you how to beat Read More

Even the Experts Have Trouble Finding Specialists

“Few things are more routine — pre-pandemic, anyway — than the semiannual dental cleaning,” says Neal Linkon. “Routine, that is, until the dentist stops in for a quick exam and asks: ‘How long have you had that white spot on your tongue?’ “I had no idea what she was talking about. But the quarter-size white Read More

My Personal “Find a Doctor” Journey

// By Neal Linkon // Few things are more routine — pre-pandemic, anyway — than the semiannual dental cleaning. Routine, that is, until the dentist stops in for a quick exam and asks: “How long have you had that white spot on your tongue?” I had no idea what she was talking about. But the Read More

How Are Healthcare Organizations Preparing for a Post-COVID World?

Jenny Walker, director of digital engagement at CHRISTUS Health

Today’s environment is incredibly challenging for healthcare leaders, as the pressures and changes brought by COVID-19 have impacted the way they plan and implement marketing/communications within their organizations. Many have been asked to “do more with less,” but what does this mean? And how can organizations prepare for a post-COVID future rife with unknowns? Jenny Read More

Navigating the New Marketing Normal

// By Marlene Kurban // Today’s environment is incredibly challenging for healthcare leaders, as the pressures and changes brought by COVID-19 have impacted the way they plan and implement marketing/communications within their organizations. Many have been asked to “do more with less,” but what does this mean and how can organizations prepare for a post-COVID Read More

Video Is on the Rise in the Post-COVID World

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In Part I of a special two-article series for eHST, Dan Dunlop and Jared Johnson discussed a phased approach to marketing during the peak of the crisis and a plan for coming out of it. In Part II of the series, they discuss some of the new opportunities that are emerging during a time of Read More

Preparing Your Post-Pandemic Marketing Strategy, Part II

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Leveraging New Opportunities Pushed Forward by the Coronavirus // By Dan Dunlop and Jared Johnson // In Part I of this two-article series, we discussed a phased approach to marketing during the peak of the crisis and a plan for coming out of it. Here, we’ll talk about some of the new opportunities that are Read More

How To Bring Out the Best During Your Physician Interviews

Dan Dunlop, president, Jennings Healthcare Marketing

It’s hard to imagine that a renowned surgeon or C-suite executive has insecurities, but when it comes to being in front of a video camera — or any type of media — people are people. And some are just not comfortable in that environment. As an interviewer, it’s your job to assess the situation and Read More

The Art of the Interview: What Works — and What Doesn’t

// By Marcia Simon, APR // It’s hard to imagine that a renowned surgeon or C-suite executive has insecurities, but when it comes to being in front of a video camera — or any type of media — people are people. And some are just not comfortable in that environment. As an interviewer, it’s your Read More

Don’t Lose Sight of Your Humanity Amidst Your Technology

“Technology is ubiquitous. And it seems to me that in many cases, personal interactions have suffered with its growth. As I ponder the effects of a digitized world, I wonder about its consequences for healthcare consumers,” says Christy Pretzinger of WriterGirl, a nationally recognized healthcare content consultancy. Here’s an excerpt from Pretzinger’s new article: When we Read More

I’m Human. Are You?

// By Christy Pretzinger // When I began freelancing in the early ’90s, a fax machine was the only so-called “digital” equipment I had. When I had conference calls, I put my dog in the other room so my clients wouldn’t know I was working from home. Obviously, times have changed. Technology is ubiquitous. And Read More

Content When Content Wasn’t Cool: 10 Years Later

Rebecca Stewart, executive content strategist, Hartford HealthCare

On any given week across the state of Connecticut, there are broadcast segments on four local news networks, radio stations, and social media. What makes these segments different? They are all produced by an in-house strategic content and production team at Hartford HealthCare. The team of four people responsible for developing content for Hartford HealthCare Read More

Engaging Audiences with Live Video Broadcasting

Tools like Facebook Live work, with upfront planning and strategic thinking // By Sheryl S. Jackson // On any given week across the state of Connecticut, there are broadcast segments on four local news networks, radio stations, and social media. What makes these segments different? They are all produced by an in-house strategic content and Read More

Is Video Right for You? Three Ways To Tell.

Denise Roberts McKee, chief story strategist, About Face Media

You see them everywhere — on TV, social media, billboards, and even your doctor’s waiting room. Videos. It’s no surprise that many organizations are turning to videos to connect to consumers. Insivia, an Ohio-based marketing agency, reports that viewers retain 95 percent of a message when they watch it in a video, compared to 10 Read More

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