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The Crucial Intersection of Public Health and Clinical Care

Lara Sim, director of Community Health and External Affairs, Seattle Children's Hospital

COVID testing. Vaccines. Health equity. Do they fall under public health or clinical care? In most cases, it’s both, or should be. The gap between hospital-based clinical care and public health is shrinking, as community health initiatives increasingly focus on wellness and prevention. Health systems typically function as separate entities. Nationwide, the drive for revenues and Read More

Free Research Report: 2021 Patient Access Journey Report

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Kyruus’ 5th annual patient access survey of 1,000 people shows that consumers increasingly utilize, and prefer, digital access channels—a consistent trend over the past five years. The findings also illuminate the multitude of factors consumers consider when looking for a new provider or service, where they go for information, and trends in how they prefer to book appointments.

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When Public Health Meets Collaborative Clinical Care, Good Things Happen

Joie McCracken, MPH, program manager for Public Health – Seattle & King County

// By Marcia Simon, APR // “Medicine and public health share a common mission … however, important differences have prevented their integration and effective working collaboration,” says the author of a 2020 NIH publication: Covid-19: An Imperative to Bridge the Gap Between Medicine and Public Health. The work of the King County Hospitals for a Read More

Expansion Facilitates Cancer Treatment for Orange County Residents

City of Hope

Getting a cancer diagnosis is bad enough. Having to jump on the freeway and drive two hours each way to access care adds significantly to the stress. But that’s what many residents of Orange County, California did when they needed highly specialized cancer care. “Your first shot is your best shot, because it’s really important Read More

Share of Care: A New Way to Think About Health Care Metrics

D.J. Sullivan, director, HSG Advisors

Measuring brand loyalty is a constant challenge for health care organizations. Marketing professionals use different measures to determine if they’re capturing patients throughout their health care journey. One of the parameters being used today is called Share of Care. Share of Care is a revenue-based measurement that gauges the health of the patient relationship, according Read More

City of Hope Expands to Orange County

Nisha Morris, vice president of marketing communications, City of Hope Orange County

// By Jane Weber Brubaker // To meet the expected demand for highly specialized cancer services in Orange County, City of Hope has opened four cancer treatment sites and is currently building a 190,000-square-foot cancer center, scheduled to open next year. A separate specialty hospital will be ready to open its doors in 2025. The Read More

Measuring the Health of the Patient Relationship

Eric Andreoli, director, HSG Advisors

// By Wendy Stark Healy // How much of a patient’s health care spending goes to your organization? And how much goes to your competitors? “Share of Care” is a revenue-based measurement that compiles multiple data points to give you the full picture. Measuring brand loyalty is a constant challenge for health care organizations. Marketing Read More

Free Report: The State of Digital Patient Access

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Digital access is critical for new patient acquisition as demand for convenient, online self service continues to rise. However, an analysis of the top 20 US News and World Report ranked hospitals’ websites reveals that significant opportunity remains to optimize the care search and scheduling experience.

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Free Report: Bridging Provider & Payer Digital Care Navigation Gaps

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Did you know that nearly 60% of people looking for a new healthcare provider turn to the internet? And while many rely on Google, a growing number are expanding the search to include health system and health plan websites.

To learn why now is the time to consider integrating health plan directories into your patient acquisition strategy, download Bridging Provider & Payer Digital Care Navigation Gaps: Three Reasons to Make Health Plan Connectivity Part of Your Health System’s Patient Acquisition Strategy.

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Free Report: 2021 Healthcare Reputation Report

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This report gives the healthcare industry insight to improve patient care based on Reputation’s proprietary Reputation Score — the industry’s leading ranking of healthcare reputation. The report also offers crucial insight into how people search for care and what matters most to them during the pandemic.

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The Best Strategies Start with Unsexy Assessments

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// By Sally Mildren // Our newest contributor, the CEO of Boss Lady Consulting, shares six insights about why a clear, well-developed strategy is the key to driving the results your organization is looking for. Strategy comes first — then tactics. How many times have leaders in marketing and patient success been asked to drive Read More

Free White Paper: Powering Patient Acquisition and Retention with Your Find-a-Provider

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To attract consumers to your website and differentiate your brand, it is important to invest in your health system’s find-a-provider to deliver the modern experience consumers are seeking.

In this white paper, you will learn:

  • What consumers are looking for in their digital experiences
  • 3 digital strategies to improve patient acquisition and retention
  • 6 must-haves for your health system’s find-a-provider

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Free Report: Patient Access Post-Pandemic

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As care demand rebounds, healthcare organizations have the opportunity to differentiate themselves by creating increasingly flexible, patient-centric access and delivery models.

For more insights on how to meet changing consumer preferences, download the full report.

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Free Guide: Patient Acquisition During COVID-19

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This guide includes 13 tips and tactics to help welcome new patients and boost loyalty and engagement among existing patients.

Download today’s guide from Wellsource to get a phased approach to getting patients back in the door

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When To Downplay the News of a Name Change

Laura Pierce, manager of marketing and communications, Tufts Children’s Hospital

“In some cases, letting your ads ignore the news about [your hospital’s] name change can be a smarter move than headlining it,” notes SHCM contributor and veteran copywriter Peter Hochstein. While this may seem hard to believe, he makes his case with the real-life story of the hospital formerly known as the Floating Hospital for Read More

Can You Leverage the Anxious Language of a Pandemic to Build a Stronger Hospital Brand? Here’s What Nemours Children’s Health System Did

Sarah Sanders, vice president and chief marketing officer of Nemours Children’s Health System

// By Peter Hochstein // You might think that co-opting language associated with COVID-19 could scare people away. Instead, it called attention to advertising that helped to reassure worried parents. Let’s clearly state a few factual negatives first. Tilt, the advertising agency behind the campaign you’re about to read about, is not the same Tilt Read More

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.

Download this guide to help your healthcare organizations build flexible, scalable, and sustainable patient access and scheduling models for the pandemic and beyond.

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COVID Has Lingering Effects For Providers and Consumers

“The repercussions of consumers putting off both routine and essential care (most likely a result of both the voluntary shutdown of elective procedures around the country by many health systems as well as growing concerns over being exposed to the virus) are significant,” says Daniel Fell of Optum. “From both a public health and a Read More

Consumer Sentiment Evolving with COVID Spread

// By Daniel Fell // In early May, our company launched a biweekly tracking study to better understand and monitor consumer sentiment toward seeking health care services during the COVID pandemic. The Optum Consumer Pulse Survey asks a representative sample of 700 adult consumers nationwide how likely they are to visit different types of health Read More

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