Technology and Patient Care

Adopting Consumer-Centric Technology to Become a Market Differentiator and Transformation Leader

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StartUp Health Takes Aim at “Moonshots”

Steven Krein, CEO and co-founder of StartUp Health

Every year, thousands of investors and healthcare industry leaders descend on San Francisco for the annual J.P. Morgan Healthcare Conference. It’s a huge, four-day event that brings together start-ups, large corporations, providers, and pharmaceutical companies. But down the street, while the J.P. Morgan conference is just getting started, another community of healthcare innovators gathers to Read More

Teaming Up with Entrepreneurs to Tackle Healthcare’s Biggest Challenges

Melanie Graham

// By Melanie Graham // Every year, thousands of investors and healthcare industry leaders descend on San Francisco for the annual J.P. Morgan Healthcare Conference. It’s a huge, four-day event that brings together start-ups, large corporations, providers, and pharmaceutical companies. But down the street, while the J.P. Morgan conference is just getting started, another community Read More

Blurred Lines: Marketing and Ethics in the Brave New World, Part 2

Danny Fell

// By Daniel Fell // The following article is Part 2 of a 2-part series. (Read Part 1 here). The series was adapted from the panel presentation Blurred Lines: Marketing and Ethics in the Brave New World held at the 2018 Healthcare Internet Conference (HCIC) in Scottsdale, Arizona. Panel members include Karen Corrigan, founder and Read More

Blurred Lines: Marketing and Ethics in the Brave New World, Part 1

Danny Fell

// By Daniel Fell // The following article was adapted from the panel presentation Blurred Lines: Marketing and Ethics in the Brave New World held at the 2018 Healthcare Internet Conference (HCIC) in Scottsdale, Arizona. Panel members included Karen Corrigan, founder and CEO of Corrigan Consulting; David Feinberg, chief marketing officer at Mount Sinai Health Read More

Hospital Digital Experience Index: Webinar on Demand

Dave Wieneke and Aaron Watkins

Details from the latest study of 15 top-ranked hospitals’ websites — and takeaways you can apply at your organization

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  • Dave Wieneke, Healthcare Practice Director, Connective DX
  • Aaron Watkins, Senior Director of Internet Strategy & Digital Content Marketing, Johns Hopkins Medicine

The latest Hospital Digital Experience Index (HDX-15) is out — and it’s chock-full of actionable insights based on detailed benchmarking and analytics.

Get an expert tour of the best digital work happening among leading organizations like Johns Hopkins, Mayo Clinic, Cleveland Clinic, and others.

Dave Wieneke, healthcare practice director at Connective DX and lead developer of the HDX-15 methodology, will highlight the emerging trends and best practices observed across these 15 top websites.

Dave will be joined by special guest Aaron Watkins, senior director of internet strategy and digital content marketing at Johns Hopkins Medicine.

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  • How to better connect with and serve your community by reflecting and representing diversity on your website
  • Why this may the the year of the phone, and how you can use digital to support it
  • Where most of your website traffic may be coming from
  • How you can respect the patient journey and personalize the digital experience

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Keys To Understanding and Improving Consumers’ Healthcare Journeys

Pamela Maas, chief business development and marketing officer at Gundersen Health System

Healthcare marketing today is about much more than getting someone in the door for an appointment. Rising care costs, evolving technology, and new payment structures have changed the way consumers make healthcare decisions and altered how healthcare marketers approach patient loyalty. Healthgrades’ recently published white paper “The Longitudinal Customer Journey” focuses on integration of electronic Read More

Healthcare Consumer Engagement Hubs: A Framework for Improving Consumer Health Journeys

Melanie Graham

// By Melanie Graham // Healthcare marketing today is about much more than getting someone in the door for an appointment. Rising care costs, evolving technology, and new payment structures have changed the way consumers make healthcare decisions and altered how healthcare marketers approach patient loyalty. Healthgrades’ recently published white paper “The Longitudinal Customer Journey” Read More

Cleveland Clinic Adds Podcasts To Marketing Mix

Amanda Todorovich, senior director of content and creative services at Cleveland Clinic

Podcasting is a medium that has swept nearly every industry, and experts and amateurs around the globe are producing and publishing thousands of episodes every day. The list of topics is endless, and it seems nearly everyone is plugged into a podcast while commuting or exercising. So it only makes sense for Cleveland Clinic, one Read More

Nemours Children’s Launches Clinical Logistics Center, Bringing Air Traffic Control Strategies to Healthcare

Nemours Children's Health System Logo

More than a decade ago, Stephen Lawless, MD, senior vice president and chief clinical officer at Nemours Children’s Health System, recognized similarities between hospitals and airports, and decided to adopt an air traffic control “command center” model to streamline operations in the Nemours Children’s Hospital in Orlando. Nemours’ initiative, called the Clinical Logistics Center, is Read More

New Tool Provides a More Holistic View of Patients

Michael Bennick, MD, medical director for patient experience at Yale New Haven Hospital and Yale New Haven Health

Few things in life are as personal as our health, yet when we seek care, it can often feel impersonal. How well does a physician really know us? How comfortable are we in openly discussing the real reason for our visit — the one we didn’t share when we made the appointment online or spoke Read More

Is a Central “Command Center” in Your Future?

Learn how one health system developed a centralized unit to monitor its pediatric patients. // By Lisa D. Ellis // Managing the many events and crises that occur in a major children’s hospital requires a lot of oversight and coordination, not unlike skills used by air traffic controllers who coordinate flight patterns for busy airports. Read More

Overlooking Phone Calls in Your Pursuit of More Healthcare Marketing Conversions?

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For some organizations, the phone is the primary marketing channel consumers use to make contact — and to convert into patients. For these organizations the phone experience is critical to success. Today we’ll look at new digital tools that can help this once-analog channel optimize customer experience and increase conversions.

Dr. Google, You’re Fired

Andrew Le, MD, CEO and co-founder of Buoy

Froedtert Health Implements Buoy, an AI Tool That Provides Patients Possible Diagnoses and Recommends Treatment Options // By Jane Weber Brubaker // A Google search is often the starting point when someone has a health concern. But many consumers have been scared out of their wits by the results they find. “The joke you hear Read More

Health Literacy 101: Don’t Frustrate Your Site Visitors

Stacy Robison, MPH, MCHES, president and co-founder of CommunicateHealth, Inc.

// By Lisa D. Ellis // Remember the last time you booked airline tickets, reserved a hotel room, or shopped online? Whether it was last week or last year, chances are that you had an excellent customer service experience. That’s because most major brands today understand the importance of catering to their online visitors and Read More

AI and Digital Medicine Provide Real-Time Data to Improve Patient Care

Richard V. Milani, MD, FACC, FAHA, medical director of innovationOchsner

In the Lab // By Sheryl S. Jackson // The drama of a “code team” racing to a patient’s bedside is a frequent scene in the myriad of hospital-based television shows that are popular today, but the innovationOchsner team has plans to replace the emphasis on teams that respond after a cardiac arrest. What if Read More

Innovation Shaping the Future at Jefferson Health

Steve Klasko

It’s appropriate that a health system named after the author of the famous document that begins with “When in the course of human events…” should demonstrate a strong commitment to human-centered design. Under the leadership of chief executive officer Steve Klasko, MD, MBA, recently named one of Fast Company’s Most Creative People for 2018, Jefferson Read More

Inventive Minds Chart the Future at Jefferson Health

Jefferson Health Logo

[In the Lab] // By Jane Weber Brubaker // It’s appropriate that a health system named after the author of the famous document that begins with “When in the course of human events…” should demonstrate a strong commitment to human-centered design. Under the leadership of chief executive officer Steve Klasko, MD, MBA, recently named one Read More

New Asthma App Facilitates At-Home Care

PJ Gorenc, operating officer for the Nemours Center for Health Delivery Innovation

In 2018, the patient digital toolkit is ever expanding. Between electronic health records, smartphones, texting, and telehealth, patients have access to a wide range of digital resources. The problem is that multiple resources come with multiple logins, passwords, and in-app experiences. Digital health can be a little overwhelming and disjointed. Recently, innovators at Nemours Children’s Read More

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