One of my problems with the way businesses (healthcare and other) have come to use social media platforms is that they treat them as if they are mass marketing vehicles. Wrong. These are powerful n...
Don't Always Believe the Experts
The State of Readmissions: Hospital Readmissions by State
The Healthcare Marketer
Infographic: What’s Missing from Healthcare Marketing Programs - Healthcare marketing programs are not keeping pace with the changing healthcare landscape. As the new healthcare delivery models take shape, there are a number of elements critical to the success of healthcare marketing programs. Dan Dunlop, president of Jennings Health, shares these critical elements. Pharmamktg Hcmktg, Bizhealthcar Mktg, Hcmktg Infograph, Healthcar Marketingprogram, Healthcare Marketing
Infographic: 10 Companies Transforming Healthcare
Women and Heart Health Infographic
Is Your Hospital's Online Engagement Strategy Missing the Mark?
Women and Heart Disease: The Communication Gap
3 Keys to Marketing Health Care Online - Fluency Media
"Depending on how you view American society, you may either believe that we’re moving too fast for our own goods and the internet is enabling us, or we’re heading in the right direction for productivity and innovation and the internet needs to hurry up and get out of our ways". Graphic, Social Media, Web Pages, Need For Speed, Infograph, Instantamerica, People, Mobile Web, Instant America
Is The Instant Gratification of the Internet Making Americans Impatient?
Blogging is like sex. Little painful at first. But you get used to it, and then you even start to enjoy it. Most fascinating piece of information provided in the Infographic (made by GenYMedium) is the number of blogs on the Interwebs. Also, there's some great info on the frequency with which readers consume blog content, as well as traffic stats (which to companies = lead generation potential) for companies who blog vs. the ones that dont.