The United States Census Bureau approximates that there are 83.7 million members of the millennial generation (born from 1982–2000) in the U.S. Compared to previous generations, this audience is far more likely to review medical advice online and use urgent care in the absence of a primary care physician, making millennials an ideal demographic for healthcare marketers to mine.CONTINUE READING
Each year, 14 percent of Americans move—and some of them are moving into your hospital or health system’s service area. What is your marketing team doing to make sure that you, rather than your competitors, are top of mind for those new movers’ healthcare needs?CONTINUE READING
Recent seismic shifts in healthcare—the rise of consumer self-pay, the proliferation of non-traditional retail providers, and the wave of hospital and health system reorganization and consolidation, among others—have made some of the old standbys of healthcare marketing obsolete. Personas, however, aren’t dinosaurs—yet. Creating fictional representations of, say, the ideal orthopedic or cardiac patient still has value.CONTINUE READING
Healthcare marketers can take advantage of CRM databases to deliver messages when they are most relevant to consumers.CONTINUE READING
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