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How Brand Journalism Puts Cape Cod Healthcare in the Headlines

Patrick Kane, senior vice president, communications and business development of Cape Cod Healthcare

// By Lisa D. Ellis // Many great stories exist at Cape Cod Healthcare (CCHC), just waiting to be told. Yet until recently, there was a shortage of opportunities and avenues to share most of them, says Patrick Kane, senior vice president, communications and business development of CCHC. This prompted Kane to take matters into Read More

You Are Here: Wayfinding App Improves Hospital Navigation

Althea Fung

// By Althea Fung // In 2015, The Jewish Hospital — Mercy Health, a 184-bed acute-care facility in Cincinnati, was in the midst of a massive expansion project when a problem arose. “We were almost doubling the size of the hospital. During construction, we had to close our main entrance. So we had all of Read More

How to Create a Future-Facing Health Care Marketing Organization

Paul Szablowski

// By Paul Szablowski // The health care ecosystem is experiencing a period of rapid change and there’s no finish line in sight. This disruption is creating pressure on hospital systems and caregivers, and upending well-established health care business models. Employers are seeking value-based payment models and consumers are demanding affordable, convenient care choices — Read More

Do Hospital Awards Drive Consumer Decisions?

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2018 National Consumer Survey: Value of Hospital Awards Results

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How Two Patient-Centric Organizations Prioritize Health Literacy

Stacy Robison, president and co-founder, Communicate Health

// By Wendy Healy // Studies show that patients do better when they understand their health and treatments and can speak frankly with their health providers and caregivers. Patient advocacy groups encourage talking in plain language, using everyday words, and speaking in easily understandable terms. The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act defines health literacy Read More