Population Health Management: Behavior-Change Marketing is One of the Best New Tools for Health Care Marketers, Communicators, and Strategists
[Webinar on Demand]
Until recently, health care marketers have focused primarily on generating volume: putting as many “heads in the beds” as possible. But with recent changes in health care reimbursement, hospitals and health systems are transitioning from getting people into their facilities to keeping them healthy. And health care marketers are an important part of this change.
As a health care marketer, you may be wondering if the skills you have can be used in this new way. The good news is that with a shift in orientation, they can! How to make it happen is the subject of an exclusive webinar brought to you by Strategic Health Care Marketing.
Speakers Susan Dubuque from Neathawk Dubuque & Packett and Maria Royce from WellSpan Health will help you understand more about how to create these programs, how they will benefit both you and your facility, and provide a step-by-step guide to creating behavioral-change programs that work.
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As a health care marketer, your job has primarily been about generating volume: putting as many “heads in the beds” as possible. But with the recent changes in health care reimbursement, hospitals and health systems are transitioning from getting people into their facilities to keeping them healthy.
One tool to help encourage healthy behaviors is called “social marketing” (not to be confused with social media), and it’s about using your marketing skills to make positive behavioral changes in a population—from smoking cessation to exercising more to eating healthier.
You’ve probably already seen some of these changes in your facility. And as a health care marketer, you may be wondering about your role in this new world order. What are the marketing skills you will need to change people’s behaviors—and do you have them? Is your job still relevant? How will population health management benefit your health care facility? And how will you know if it’s working?
The good news is that by shifting your orientation—and taking a lesson from our colleagues in public health—you can apply the marketing skills you already have to a new purpose: Changing behavior and improved health for your patients and the communities you serve.
And here’s even better news: You can find out what it takes to create a social marketing program in your health facility when you register to attend “Population Health Management: How to Use Behavior-Change Marketing to Improve Your Patients’ and Community’s Health—and Your Organization’s Bottom Line” on Wednesday, May 20, 2015.
Listen as Susan Dubuque from Neathawk Dubuque & Packett and Maria Royce from WellSpan Health provide a review of the latest changes in health care marketing and what they mean for you. Find out exactly what social marketing is, how it will benefit both you and your facility, and get a step-by-step guide to creating behavior-change programs that work. By the end of this webinar, you’ll be equipped to help your organization rethink its marketing strategy—and take a leadership role as it moves into the new paradigm of population health.
In addition, you’ll hear about a successful community health-improvement initiative that WellSpan created, and get an overview of a targeted program for “frequent-flyer” patients—those with multiple readmissions and higher ED use. Find out how these programs can have a positive impact on your facility’s bottom line.