Analytics

Coming Together for Patients: 2021 Year in Review

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// By Jared Johnson // Hospital and health system marketers and digital teams can stand tall at the end of 2021 and look back at a year in which they triumphed over some of their greatest challenges yet. When considering everything that the industry went through and learned in 2021, it was a year that Read More

The End of the Third-Party Data Era Is Coming Soon

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If you use third-party data for your marketing, it’s time for you to start getting ready to do something different. That’s because new privacy laws around the world, as well as new measures from Apple and Google, will soon make using third-party data a thing of the past. Coming changes will give consumers more control Read More

Assess How You’re Collecting and Using Your Healthcare Data

Optum

“From digital data streams to artificial intelligence and predictive analytics, the prevalence and use of marketing data is growing exponentially,” says Daniel Fell of Optum. “According to a recent State of Marketing report from Salesforce, the median number of data sources used by marketers grew 50 percent from 2019 to 2021. And the report showed Read More

How To Optimize the 3 R’s: Right Care, Right Time, Right Setting

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If your health system participates in value-based contracting, you have a vested interest in making sure you’re optimizing the three R’s: right care, right time, right setting. Easier said than done. So what is the secret to orchestrating all the variables that go into a patient’s decision to get care, choose a provider, and make Read More

Build a Better Healthcare Podcast

Build a Better Healthcare Podcast

Learn from the Pros how to Create, Promote, and Distribute Your Podcast for Maximum Reach to Consumer, Peer, and Internal Audiences

Your Presenters:
Ashley Schroeder, Events and Marketing Specialist, Bryan Health
Bill Klaproth, Director of Marketing and Production, DoctorPodcasting by RadioMD

Watch this webinar and you’ll learn:

  • How you can leverage this powerful medium to reach consumer, peer, and internal audiences
  • How to select the best topics for your audience and formulate questions
  • How to measure engagement and success
  • How to promote your healthcare podcast for maximum exposure
  • How Bryan Health uses podcasts to cut through and reach consumers with important health topics and messages.

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Reactivate Existing Patients to Boost Revenue

WebPT

“Patient churn is an expected part of any provider’s practice,” notes Shawn McKee of WebPT. “In fact, only 30 percent of physical therapy patients make it to the end of their treatment program before dropping out. As a result, practices may lose an average of $150,000 a year from patient dropout alone. “While the numbers Read More

Third-Party Cookie Deprecation: What You Should Do to Get Ready

Samantha Ngo

// By Jim Samuel // Third-party cookies may have received a reprieve, but that only gives you more time to prepare for their eventual demise. Whether it’s because of Apple’s security updates to its email app, Google’s end to support for cookies, or the new privacy laws in many states and countries, organizations that rely Read More

How to Shift from Managing Complexity to Creating Value

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// By Jane Weber Brubaker // If your health system participates in value-based contracting, you have a vested interest in making sure you’re optimizing the three R’s: right care, right time, right setting. Easier said than done. So what is the secret to orchestrating all the variables that go into a patient’s decision to get Read More

Keep Them Coming Back for More: Top 4 Ways to Re-engage Patients

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// By Shawn McKee // Does your practice have a plan to reactivate patients? Sometimes all it takes is the right nudge to get patients to come back. It’s worth a lot to your practice when they do. Patient churn is an expected part of any provider’s practice. In fact, only 30 percent of physical Read More

What’s the Best Way to Measure Conversions?

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Healthcare marketers ask a common and essential question when launching campaigns or important projects: “What does success look like?” Marketing success is typically measured in converted leads and improved loyalty. But nurturing potential customers in hopes that they will become consumers can be challenging. One marketing leader decided to study the process of lead conversion. Read More

How Chatbots Helped One System Reduce COVID-Related Call Volume

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A few hospitals and health systems have been using chatbots for several years, but they came into more widespread use last year to help deal with the high volume of phone calls and emails they received about COVID-19. One such system was Intermountain Healthcare in Salt Lake City, Utah. According to a news release from Read More

Defining Success: Study Gives Healthcare Market Tips on Measuring Conversions

Haldeman-Dalal

// By Althea Fung // Healthcare marketers ask a common and essential question when launching campaigns or important projects: “What does success look like?” Marketing success is typically measured in converted leads and improved loyalty. But nurturing potential customers in hopes that they will become consumers can be challenging. One marketing leader decided to study Read More

A Better Path To Optimized Omnichannel Marketing?

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There’s a lot of fear around technology investments. They can be expensive, complicated, and hard to implement. You send out an RFP, get multiple proposals, and narrow the list down to a few finalists. You speak with references, get a proof of concept. You’re finally ready to pick the winner. Even with all the due Read More

Do Chatbots Speak Your Patients’ Language?

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// By Jim Samuel // Health systems have used chatbots on their websites for several years, and their usage increased with the COVID-19 pandemic. Now chatbot developers and health systems are looking to expand their use of chatbots into other areas of healthcare. If not implemented correctly, could chatbots increase inequity in our healthcare system? Read More

The State of Healthcare Digital Marketing in 2021

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The survey results are in! See how the pandemic has shifted digital priorities and investments.

A new eHealthcare Strategy & Trends webinar for healthcare marketers and digital strategists.

Your Presenter:
Ben Dillon, Chief Strategy Officer, Geonetric

Watch this webinar and you’ll learn:

  • How the pandemic shifted priorities and investments
  • Where organizations are investing when it comes to virtual care capabilities
  • What leading organizations are doing differently than others in terms of goal setting, digital marketing tactics, and spending
  • What are the hottest areas for staffing
  • Where healthcare marketers feel most behind — and how that compares to the agency perspective

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Why Accurate Customer Data Is So Crucial – and Complex

Optum

“The data needed to run a modern healthcare marketing program is becoming vaster and more complex every day, and marketers will require ever more sophisticated tools to manage this data more efficiently and effectively in the future,” says Daniel Fell. Fell is a senior strategist with Optum and a member of the eHealthcare Strategy & Read More

Who Is Responsible for the Ethics of AI?

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The Peter Parker Principle says, “With great power comes great responsibility.” It’s a phrase often attributed to Spiderman’s father as he talked about the superhero’s powers. But it could be equally applicable to the use of artificial intelligence (AI) in healthcare today. That’s because while AI can bring significant capabilities to healthcare, it can also Read More

HCIC 2021 Is Live This Fall in Las Vegas: Learn What’s In Store

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Viva live conferences! When HCIC convenes in Las Vegas in November, it will feel like a long-deferred family reunion. Virtual conferences and video chat have kept us safe and connected during COVID, but there’s nothing like the shared energy of an in-person meeting. This year is the 25th anniversary of HCIC. Launched in 1996 — Read More

MACH: Making MarTech Modular

Neal Prescott

// By Jane Weber Brubaker // There’s a lot of fear around technology investments. They can be expensive, complicated, and hard to implement. You send out an RFP, get multiple proposals, and narrow the list down to a few finalists. You speak with references, get a proof of concept. You’re finally ready to pick the Read More

HCIC 2021 – Live! in Las Vegas

Michael Schneider, executive vice president and co-founder, Greystone.Net

// By Jane Weber Brubaker // Viva live conferences! When HCIC convenes in Las Vegas in November, it will feel like a long-deferred family reunion. Virtual conferences and video chat have kept us safe and connected during COVID, but there’s nothing like the shared energy of an in-person meeting. This year is the 25th anniversary Read More