Lessons for Hospital Marketers From the JPMorgan Healthcare Conference

Hospital marketers seeking to reach women can better understand and support the healthcare organizations they work for by learning about and capitalizing on the latest industry trends. Dan Michelson, CEO of Chicago-based Strata Decision Technology, recently wrote a thoughtful recap of the 2019 JPMorgan Healthcare Conference in an article titled “The No. 1 takeaway from the 2019 JP Morgan Healthcare Conference: It’s the platform, stupid.” The article offers insights into the evolution of healthcare delivery systems as they shift from a provider mindset (selling services) to a platform mindset (being a hub for healthcare and health services in the community).

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Internal Hospital Marketing Campaigns Can Combat Gender Bias

This post originally appeared on Forbes.

The conversation about the differences between how women and men are medically treated in America continues to evolve. Some claim women are treated fairly and others point out gender disparities that favor one sex or the other.

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How Hospital Marketers Can Differentiate a Bariatrics Campaign

Bariatric surgery can help eligible patients live longer, happier lives. Yet despite recent research showing that some forms of the surgery are no riskier than other common minimally invasive surgeries, only 1 percent of eligible patients undergo elective bariatric surgery. Interestingly, 80 percent of them are women.

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How Hospital Marketers Can Use Google Analytics to Reach Women

There’s a big difference between having a ton of data and knowing how to best use that data to effectively reach and communicate with the women who make up your target consumer group. The best way to learn? You can jump in and experiment, or you can check out the learnings of those who have spent a lot of time figuring it out.

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What Women Really Want: Taking An Amenities Approach To Hospital Marketing

This article originally appeared on Forbes.

While providing high-quality medical services is the No. 1 aim of hospitals, this isn’t always the No. 1 criteria women consider when shopping for health care. All hospitals strive to provide the best care, whether overall or by service line, so advertising that as a point of difference is a quick way to get passed up in the consideration set. Focusing on technology and expertise can also be ineffective, as so many hospitals and health systems already do this.

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Nine Healthcare Marketing Trends for 2019

This article previously appeared as an AMA Marketing News posting.

The new year represents an optimal time to examine the latest shifts in healthcare marketing opportunities.

Overall in 2019, we’re likely to see hospital and healthcare marketers work harder to connect with consumers online, to focus on specific consumer needs, and to meet those needs via more channels than just the typical office visit. Here are nine trends as we head into 2019 that offer hospital and healthcare marketers a chance to stay ahead of the curve.

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