With the transition to v3, we are seeing significant improvements in completion rates, especially in the Heart Health HRA. The chart below shows overall completion rates for the Heart Health HRA from January through November of 2018. We selected a variety of health systems based on location, number of hospitals, and overall bed size.
The goal of the campaign was not to drive revenue, but rather reduce healthcare costs and demand on resources. Reversing the trend and improving population health was at the core of the initiative.completion rates, diabetes, Facebook, Google, increase revenue, increased online traffic, population health, promotion
In 2009 the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force published new recommendations suggesting women should start mammography screening at age 50 instead of age 40 which caused some confusion among patients. Because of Medicom’s proactive approach to updating the underlying methodology in HRAs, this health system jumped at the chance to use this tool.
A medium-sized heath system used our Heart and Stroke HRAs with moderately successful completion rates. Our client success team suggested handful of no-cost changes that resulted in significantly more completions.
A client wanted our help with a low cost way to generate more HRA completions through better targeting and messaging. We were happy to oblige with significant results. Our new “SocialConnect” service proves Facebook campaigns engage patients, especially on mobile.Facebook, increase revenue, mobile, patient acquisition, social media marketing