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ePatient Communities: Create A Community Of Empowerment And Strength

ePatient Communities: Create A Community Of Empowerment And Strength

There has been a rise in the demand for hospital services because a large number of people are requiring the services of hospitals and emergency rooms. As a result, there are more crowded waiting areas, people have to wait longer to receive treatment, and physicians are even treating patients in hallways. There are a number of […]

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The Increasingly Fragmented Marketplace

The Increasingly Fragmented Marketplace

Guest Blog by Scott Monty When social media began to truly take off in the mainstream some three to four years ago, it became clear that there were additional outposts where brands needed to spend their time and resources. Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and more became de rigueur in the marketer’s playbook. So, teams were assembled […]

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How the #icebucketchallenge Beat Healthcare Brands at Their Own Game

How the #icebucketchallenge Beat Healthcare Brands at Their Own Game

By guest blogger: Alex Panagiotopoulos, Hale Advisors The #icebucketchallenge has taken over social media. It matters for healthcare companies and charities who use social media, and not just because our own Beth Bengtson and Zoe Dunn completed it. By getting freezing water dumped on their heads, Beth and Zoe were part of a trend that saw […]

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Should hospitals start hacking their marketing?

Should hospitals start hacking their marketing?

By Alex Panagiotopoulos, Hale Advisors Imagine if buying a book from Amazon required you to first visit Amazon.com, followed by a phone call to arrange a meeting to pick up and pay for the book, followed by a visit to a separate website to get suggestions on other books and provide a review of the […]

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How much trust would you place in PillAdvisor.com?

How much trust would you place in PillAdvisor.com?

In April last year, when eminent historian Orlando Figes admitted to writing laudatory Amazon reviews of his own book while denigrating those of his rivals, I was shocked. Not shocked because I couldn’t believe that anyone would do such a thing, but because I couldn’t believe anyone that clever could be so stupid. Why? Because […]