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Estimated read time: 2 minutesChris Pace, Chief Digital Marketing Officer at Banner Health, posted this to social media: Google is preventing the purchase of any COVID-19/Coronavirus keywords through their Google Ads platform. I think they should open it up to validated/verified health care providers. Not […]
Estimated read time: 4 minutesAs I shared recently, I declined an ultrasound due to the cost and because I was running some other things to see if they would take care of my health problem first. There was really no reason to run everything at […]
Estimated read time: 2 minutesHealthcare pricing has been a hot topic over the years certainly. In years past, it was almost impossible to know what the cost would be until you were done with a procedure, back at home and then they send you the […]
Estimated read time: 3 minutesI hear marketers complain all the time about measurements: Too many measurements Too many platforms Those measurements are not what we want And yes, ultimately all business actions at some point need to help with revenue – directly or indirectly. Content […]
Estimated read time: 3 minutesAs you may remember, I’ve worked with a dozen or so large healthcare systems on content marketing projects One discussion that healthcare consumers sometimes push for. Or maybe it’s forward-thinking chief marketing officers – I forget: In healthcare we want more […]
Estimated read time: 4 minutesWhen I look at this picture – currently my Facebook cover image – from a keynote in Sao Paulo, Brazil, I don’t see an introvert. At all. I see somebody who is obviously performing, engaging with the crowd, maybe even enjoying […]
Estimated read time: 2 minutesIt only took me two years to remember to pack wipes to clean my airplane seats. But I now do. I don’t mind the looks and often offer my used wipe to people looking. Gross or helpful? LOL I try to […]
Estimated read time: 5 minutesIn 2017 the American Diabetes Association held its conference and posted tweets asking attendees to delete tweets that contained photographs from sessions: Eric Topol, the healthcare thought leader, responded with this below, saying it’s 2017: From what I saw on Twitter […]
Estimated read time: 2 minutes I’ve started wearing pink socks to conference talks. (See the picture.) The socks – of the the Pink Socks Tribe – to me represent a number of things: A call to meaningful change and useful resolutions The tribe […]
Estimated read time: 5 minutesThe Healthcare Leadership Chat on Tuesdays on Twitter is one of my favorite Twitter chats. On May 23, 2017, the topic covers technology in healthcare. That’s like three important and favorite topics of mine in one: Twitter (social media), technology and […]
Estimated read time: 2 minutesThe so called “industry standard” is something many marketers talk and care about. What’s the industry average, and are we a bit better? Let me rephrase that: Are we slightly above industry average? Who wants to be average? I don’t. I’m […]
Estimated read time: 3 minutesHere’s the scenario: Two competitors both use similar authentic storytelling content marketing techniques. They all read my book, which you can order here.Ha. But seriously, let’s take that scenario. Is this technique still usable when everyone – including our competitors – […]
Helpful storytellers often find ways to find a story for just about any topic. Look a little deeper to help people share their stories. Here’s how.
Estimated read time: 6 minutesZubin Damania, MD, was a Stanford physician who was following in his dad’s footsteps: Being a doctor in the typical healthcare system. But that wasn’t enough he told the audience at the Healthcare Internet Conference in Las Vegas in 2016. “I […]
Estimated read time: 5 minutesColin Hung wrote a great post over on the Healthcare Leadership blog and shares a video, used as a TV commercial, that includes actual patients, according to Colin’s blog post. Colin asks “How do you feel about using actual patients, families […]