How to Use Behavior-Change Marketing to Improve Your Patients’ and Community’s Health—and Your Organization’s Bottom Line
In this exclusive SHCM webinar, you will learn how to use behavior-change marketing to improve your patients’ and community’s health—and your organization’s bottom line.
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Susan Dubuque is Principal and Co-Founder of Neathawk Dubuque & Packett, a health care marketing and advertising firm. She is also an adjunct instructor at Virginia Commonwealth University in the School of Healthcare Administration and a member of the Strategic Health Care Marketing Editorial Advisory Board. Prior to founding ND&P, she was the Director of PR and Marketing for Mary Immaculate Hospital.
Ms. Dubuque has published more than 100 articles on health care and service marketing, and has assisted more than 200 hospitals and health care organizations with marketing and branding initiatives. She received the Award for Individual Professional Excellence from the Society for Healthcare Strategy and Market Development (AHA).
Author of A Parent’s Survival Guide to Childhood Depression and Kid Power Tactics for Dealing with Depression, Ms. Dubuque launched a national campaign to increase public awareness of childhood depression, which has been adopted by Mental Health America.
Maria L. Royce is the Chief Strategy Officer for WellSpan Health, an integrated system of physicians, hospitals and health services across south central Pennsylvania and northern Maryland. A veteran health care strategy professional, Ms. Royce provides leadership in the areas of strategic, operational, and business planning; community health and wellness; philanthropy; marketing; communications; and community partnerships.
Ms. Royce joined WellSpan in 1992 as the Director of Public and Corporate Relations and later served the organization as Director of Planning and Marketing and Vice President of Community Relations. She is an active leader in the health care industry, having been the President of the Society for Health Care Strategy & Market Development.
Ms. Royce holds a bachelor’s degree from LaRoche College, Pittsburgh, and a master’s degree in public administration/nonprofit management from the University of Pittsburgh.