Quality and Outcomes

Advertising Showcase: Yuma Regional Medical Center “We Believe” Quality Campaign

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// By Susan Dubuque // Yuma Regional Medical Center’s (YRMC) quality journey began when the health system saw significant operational and clinical improvements. But for employees and the community, this positive message needed to be amplified. Discover how Yuma Regional Medical Center’s “We Believe” campaign elevated the perception of quality for both internal and external audiences.

How Riverside Health Boosted Patient Engagement with Automated Audience Segmentation

Eileen Varnson, vice president, marketing, communications, and digital strategy, Riverside Health System

Last year, Virginia-based Riverside Health System set out to enhance digital communications with its patients in pursuit of the Institute for Healthcare Improvement’s Triple Aim. Eileen Varnson, vice president of marketing, communications, and digital strategy, determined that the best way to achieve this ambitious objective was to partner with Upfront Healthcare to adopt a personalized Read More

Advertising Showcase: White Plains Hospital’s “Every Day” Brand Campaign

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// By Susan Dubuque // White Plains Hospital, part of the Montefiore Health System, is renowned in Westchester County for its 130-year legacy. In 2022, the hospital shifted its marketing strategy to emphasize its capability in complex care, launching the successful “Every Day” campaign to highlight its advanced services and exceptional patient experience.

25 Years of Celebrating Excellence: eHealthcare Leadership Awards are Open

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// By Susan Dubuque // This year marks the silver anniversary of the eHealthcare Leadership Awards. Join us as we celebrate 25 years of industry innovation and honor your accomplishments from the past year. The eHealthcare Leadership Awards recognize outstanding health websites and digital initiatives. The Call for Entries is officially open!

Service Line Growth Strategies for Health Care Marketers

Lindsley Withey, senior strategic healthcare advisor

In the evolving health care landscape, developing successful service line strategies is more challenging than ever. Health systems are dealing with a range of issues and trends that affect the process, such as: Mounting financial pressures. Shifting payment models. Escalating competition from other providers and disruptors. Increasing post-COVID consumer expectations. Changing physician relationships. Rising staffing Read More

Keys to Effective Health System Service Line Planning for the Future

Amanda Trask, senior vice president, Clinical Institutes and Service Lines for CommonSpirit Health

// By Brian Griffin // CommonSpirit Health’s framework for successfully achieving clinically aligned service line growth. In the evolving health care landscape, developing successful service line strategies is more challenging than ever. Health systems are dealing with a range of issues and trends that affect the process, such as: Mounting financial pressures. Shifting payment models. Read More

Advertising Showcase: Centra’s “It’s My Life” Brand Campaign

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Each month, Strategic Health Care Marketing Advertising Showcase features challenges, tactics, and outcomes of a multimedia advertising campaign, offering strategic and creative insights from some of the nation’s leading hospitals, health systems, and health-related organizations. “It’s My Life” Brand Campaign Opportunity In early 2022, the Centra marketing team recognized the need to evolve the look Read More

Rethinking Caregiving in America: A Framework for Growth and Sustainability

// By Daniel Fell // The case for supporting family caregivers as an integral part of the care team. Here, we look at recent initiatives led by the federal government, share some programs developed by forward-thinking health systems, and propose a framework that health care executives can use to reimagine the role of caregivers.

How Can Health Care Organizations Bridge the Digital Divide?

David Grandy, national vice president, innovation for Kaiser Permanente

For most Americans, expansion of digital health care at hospitals and health systems across the nation has improved the patient experience and medical outcomes. But for individuals unable to access broadband internet service or lacking ability or desire to use web-based tools, modern medicine’s benefits are beyond their grasp. Innovators at California-based Kaiser Permanente (KP) Read More

Advertising Showcase: Baptist Health’s “Living Proof” Integrated Marketing Campaign

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Each month, Strategic Health Care Marketing Advertising Showcase will feature challenges, tactics, and outcomes of a multimedia advertising campaign — offering you strategic and creative insights from some of the nation’s leading hospitals, health systems, and health-related organizations. “Living Proof” Integrated Marketing Campaign  Opportunity What do you do when your state has the highest cancer Read More

An Innovative Approach to Reducing Workforce Shortages and Burnout in Health Care

Debora Goldberg Ph.D., associate professor, College of Public Health, George Mason University

People stay in their jobs when they feel valued, respected, and where relationships and teamwork are strong in high-pressure environments. At a time of unprecedented change in health care, the twin challenges of workforce shortages and burnout have emerged as formidable adversaries that impact the delivery of health care services to patients across the U.S., Read More

George Mason University Takes the Lead in Combating Burnout and Workforce Shortages Through Evidence-Based Resiliency Training

John Marzano

People stay in their jobs when they feel valued, respected, and where relationships and teamwork are strong in high-pressure environments. // By John Marzano // At a time of unprecedented change in health care, the twin challenges of workforce shortages and burnout have emerged as formidable adversaries that impact the delivery of health care services Read More

Improving Access for Vulnerable Patient Populations

Laura Ferrio, senior vice president and chief operating officer, Shirley Ryan AbilityLab

Traumatic injury of the brain or spine can be caused by a sports or work accident, age-related, or other medical issues. Whatever the cause, physical rehabilitation requires a significant amount of follow-up home care after a patient leaves the hospital. But all too often, social determinants of health ­and barriers to access impact a patient’s Read More

Rallying Stakeholders Around DEI Through Meaningful Community Focus

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The Shirley Ryan AbilityLab improves access for vulnerable patient populations. // By Marcia Simon, APR // Traumatic injury of the brain or spine can be caused by a sports or work accident, age-related, or other medical issues. Whatever the cause, physical rehabilitation requires a significant amount of follow-up home care after a patient leaves the Read More

How Community Engagement Can Boost Your Health Equity Strategy

Lindsay Cosimano, senior director of marketing communications, Nebraska Health Network

How can a health system make a difference in utilization, quality and outcomes, and cost — and improve engagement with underserved members of its community? This was the topic of a recent presentation at the 2023 SHSMD Connections Virtual Conference. Lindsay Cosimano is senior director of marketing communications at Nebraska Health Network, an accountable care Read More

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