Innovation

Reactivating Patient Access and Navigating Recovery in the COVID-19 Period

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As your organization responds to the COVID-19 pandemic and navigates the accelerating trends towards consumerism and digital self-service, it is essential to innovate for the pandemic and beyond by ensuring your patient access model is flexible, scalable and sustainable.

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Reaching At-Risk Teens With Comic Books on Tough Topics

Ashleigh Hall, marketing manager at Centerstone

Suicide rates in the United States have increased substantially over the past two decades, according to the American Psychological Association. Since 1999, the rate has jumped 35 percent. For teens, the suicide rate is also on the rise. The rate of suicide rose 50 percent between 2000 and 2016 for women and girls, and 21 Read More

Centerstone Uses Comics to Talk to Kids About Tough Topics

// By Althea Fung // Suicide rates in the United States have increased substantially over the past two decades, according to the American Psychological Association. Since 1999, the rate has jumped 35 percent. For teens, the suicide rate is also on the rise. The rate of suicide rose 50 percent between 2000 and 2016 for Read More

Learn From the Retailers. They Are Stealing Your Customers.

Gary Druckenmiller, senior vice president, strategy and innovation at Healthgrades

See those retailers in your rearview mirror? They are the health care disruptors you’ve been hearing about — Walmart, Walgreens, CVS, Amazon, Google — and they are coming for you. They are closer than they appear, and they will steal your customers — if you don’t disrupt back. “The retailers have already nailed positive customer Read More

Optimize Your Website and the World May Beat a Path to Your Door — Plus Other PR Wisdom from a Not-So-Little Hospital System on the Prairie

Peter Hochstein

// By Peter Hochstein // Whether it’s a national news network on the phone, or a triple-header of a tornado, some of the biggest PR opportunities are unplanned. Even Lindsey Meyers, vice president of public relations and communications for Avera Health, sounds just a tad surprised that there’s such sophisticated medical research going on in Read More

Retail Disruptors Stealing Your Customers? Time to Disrupt Back

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// By Jane Weber Brubaker // See those retailers in your rearview mirror? They are the health care disruptors you’ve been hearing about — Walmart, Walgreens, CVS, Amazon, Google — and they are coming for you. They are closer than they appear, and they will steal your customers — if you don’t disrupt back. “The Read More

SHSMD Update: Annual Conference Is Now Two Exciting Virtual Events

Diane Weber, executive director, SHSMD

In this topsy-turvy world we’re living in, everything familiar has had to change to accommodate the new normal, and conferences are no exception. The Society for Health Care Strategy & Market Development annual conference, SHSMD Connections, will now be held virtually as two conferences, “Navigating a New Reality” on September 14-16, and “SHSMD Connections Bytes” Read More

SHSMD Annual Conference Goes Virtual, Adding New Bells and Whistles

// By Jane Weber Brubaker // In this topsy-turvy world we’re living in, everything familiar has had to change to accommodate the new normal, and conferences are no exception. The Society for Health Care Strategy & Market Development annual conference, SHSMD Connections, will now be held virtually as two conferences, “Navigating a New Reality” on Read More

The Present and Future of Telehealth

Joseph Brennan, Jennifer Humbert, Pamela Landis, David Marlowe

Developing Your Strategic Game Plan for Virtual Care Now and Post-Pandemic

A Strategic Health Care Marketing member webinar on demand
for health care marketers and digital strategists

Your Presenters:

  • Joseph Brennan, Telehealth Consultant, Moonshot Health Consulting
  • Jennifer Humbert, AVP, Telemedicine Development and Virtual Inpatient Monitoring, Ochsner CareConnect 360
  • Pamela Landis, Vice President of Digital Engagement, Hackensack Meridian Health Network

Moderated By:

  • David Marlowe, Principal, Strategic Marketing Concepts

Joseph Brennan, Jennifer Humbert, Pamela Landis, David Marlowe
 

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Mitigating the Effects of Social Determinants of Health

Jill Feldstein, chief operating officer of IMPaCT

The pandemic is hitting hardest among certain racial, ethnic, and minority groups. Through mid-June, non-Hispanic Black people had a COVID-19 hospitalization rate about five times that of non-Hispanic White people, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Hispanic or Latino people had a hospitalization rate four times that of non-Hispanic White people. In Read More

Community Health Workers Bring Health Systems New Benefits, Value During COVID-19

// By Kyle Hardner // As COVID-19 has spread throughout the United States, it has shed new light on a decades-old question: the role of social determinants of health in defining overall health outcomes. The pandemic is hitting hardest among certain racial, ethnic, and minority groups. Through mid-June, non-Hispanic Black people had a COVID-19 hospitalization Read More

Iceland Comes Together To Sell (and Sing) The Power of Staying Home

Peter Hochstein

“A group of musicians in Iceland demonstrated that promoting social distancing doesn’t have to sound like somber, top-down marching orders from an authoritarian central command,” says SHCM contributor and copywriter Peter Hochstein. “Instead, they tapped into something uplifting, communal, and perhaps instinctively primeval.” Here’s an excerpt from Hochstein’s new story: I feel sorry for the Read More

Patient Perspectives on Virtual Care

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Do you know how many patients would switch providers to have the option to have virtual care visits regularly? 1 in 2.

This is one of the many findings from our new survey that found patients want greater access to virtual care in the future. 72% had their first-ever virtual care visit during the COVID-19 pandemic and now the vast majority seek it as a standard part of their care.

However, with many organizations implementing virtual care strategies quickly due to COVID-19, the results also put a spotlight on opportunities to improve existing programs, such as by making virtual visits bookable online.

To learn more about what 1,000 patients said about their recent virtual care experiences and how your organization can deliver more seamless access to care, download the report today.

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Local Search, Healthcare, and the Impact of COVID-19

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How are you optimizing information about your services in search engines to connect consumers to the care they need?

With consumers increasingly turning to the internet to find care and COVID-19 resources, expanding your digital presence and taking advantage of Google My Business updates will be important for communicating changes in your services and raising awareness about new offerings (e.g., virtual visits).

To help you pivot your digital marketing strategy, download this white paper and learn:

  • Where consumers go online to find information about providers and medical facilities
  • What impact coronavirus has had on local search and what it means for health systems
  • How to leverage Google’s updates to expand patient access online, now and in the future

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How Health Systems Are Mobilizing Emergency Action Plans

Sara Vaezy, chief digital strategy and business development officer, Providence St. Joseph Health

Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, U.S. health care facilities face a tsunami of rapid-fire change. Hospital marketing leaders, historically charged with promoting signature service lines, are rapidly transforming their role and their tactics to meet this unprecedented challenge. Providence Regional Medical Center in Everett, Washington, cared for the first confirmed COVID-19 patient in the U.S. on Read More

Ideas for Applying and Marketing Telehealth in the COVID-19 Crisis

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Six ways U.S. health systems are using telehealth to deliver care now. And six ways to best communicate these services, including examples from leading systems.

Telehealth has surged as U.S. healthcare systems prepare for and manage the viral surge.

The COVID-19 pandemic and the corresponding reduced barriers to virtual care is pushing telehealth further into the mainstream, and many health care providers are moving quickly to implement or expand telehealth capabilities.

Download the e-Book to learn more about:

  • The growth of telehealth
  • How top health systems are implementing it now
  • The best strategies for marketing telehealth as a central part of your COVID-19 plan – and an essential, accessible service to your patients and communities

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Pandemic Recovery: Gearing Up for Business Development Marketing

Preston Gee, Suzanne Hendery, Karina Jennings, Danny Fell, David Marlowe

A Strategic Health Care Marketing webinar on demand for health care marketers and digital strategists

Originally presented May 5, 2020.

Your Presenters:

  • Preston Gee, Vice President, Strategic Marketing, CHRISTUS Health
  • Suzanne Hendery, Vice President & Chief Marketing Officer, Renown Health
  • Karina Jennings, Vice President of Marketing Strategy and Planning, Providence St. Joseph Health
  • Daniel Fell, Marketing Consultant & Senior Strategist, Optum

Moderated By:

  • David Marlowe, Principal, Strategic Marketing Concepts

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Marketing, Communication Experts Share Reflections from the Frontlines of the COVID-19 Pandemic

// By Kyle Hardner // Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, U.S. health care facilities face a tsunami of rapid-fire change. Hospital marketing leaders, historically charged with promoting signature service lines, are rapidly transforming their role and their tactics to meet this unprecedented challenge. The new key priorities for health care marketing leaders include providing up-to-the-minute, accurate Read More

Health Care Leaders Are Addressing COVID-19 Head-On

Linda MacCracken, senior principal at Accenture

Well before cases of COVID-19 began to spike in the U.S., health care organizations were watching the response to the pandemic unfold worldwide and preparing for the worst-case scenario. Communications to myriad stakeholders have been and are being created, coordinated, and standardized across multiple channels. Accurate, up-to-date information is essential for all of us. To Read More

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