New! Add up to 8 custom questions to any HRA. These won’t influence calculated results, but the additional insights gathered can fuel better nurturing.
During her time with Medicom Health, Meg’s grown into the role of Product Architect and Content Manager. Her background in counseling psychology helped her design Medicom Health’s current line of Behavioral Health HRAs. In addition to constructing v3 HRA designs, her writing appears on our website in the form of various support articles and she has a hand behind the scenes assisting with copy editing, user experience research and creating documentation to support clients in reaching their goals.dedicated to customer and company, Megan Kelly
“Our clients who made the jump to v3 enjoyed a 48% completion rate and an 82% CTA click-thru rate during Heart Month last year.”
An interest in human psychology and business led Samantha Ribar to pursue a degree in Human Resource Management at University of St. Thomas. After graduating in 2012, she worked in childcare and contracted accounting roles. Through the process of balancing the books, she discovered a true passion for the financial inner-workings of businesses.
Keep your Source Tags simple if you want to make sure you’re getting accurate reporting on which campaign sources are providing the best ROI.
UTM parameters don’t have to be intimidating. Utilize this simple best practice to take your UTM campaign game up a notch.analytics, Facebook, Google, tags, Tips & Support
The new custom sidebar feature in our v3 health assessments opens a world of possibilities for additional branding & messaging in the user experience.