Tag Archives: healthcare marketers

Health Habits of Female Millennials

This article was originally published by the American Marketing Association.

America’s shifting demographics are highly visible in the millennial generation. Consisting of about a third of Americans, this generation is far more racially diverse than any generation before it. Millennial women’s attitudes toward health and the healthcare system are different than previous generations, too, and millennials are consuming healthcare in different ways than older generations did.

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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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Hospital Marketers Benefit From Understanding Doctors

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Atul Gawande, author of “The Checklist Manifesto,” recently penned an article for The New Yorker titled “Why Doctors Hate Their Computers.” The article offers great insights into the pressures doctors face as they deal with complicated medical software that often negatively affects the quality and duration of their time spent with patients.

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Marketing Hospitals to Women With Chronic Conditions

Telemedicine is more than a nascent trend — it’s here to stay. This article explores how new technology, such as wearables, can help patients with chronic conditions better monitor their health — and how marketers can connect with and drive preference among these chronic care patients before a crisis happens.

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