Under the Affordable Care Act, quality healthcare is becoming less expensive for Americans, which means more people are seeking services.
Medical facilities need brand recognition to stand out among competitors.
Dubbed the “No. 1 Friendliest City in America in 2013″ by the readers of Travel Leisure magazine, Nashville is a welcoming and pleasant town, according to Estately Blog.
Patient-doctor relationships lie at the heart of quality healthcare.
Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest and LinkedIn – these social media channels are growing in popularity among U.S. consumers.
In the U.S., about 77.9 million adults have high blood pressure, which is equivalent to 1 out of every 3 adults, according to the American Heart Association and the American Stroke Association.
Healthcare organizations are trying to get the most bang for their marketing buck.
Open and frequent communication is vital for healthcare providers to retain patients.
When reaching out to a target audience, it’s important to identify what distinguishes people within a group.
To keep new patients coming back, it’s crucial for healthcare providers to employ patient retention strategies, especially because the medical landscape is shifting.