Fall is almost here and so is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, but that doesn’t mean healthcare systems are relegated to the same-old “Think Pink” promotions of years past. Now is the time to consider marketing to the average woman coming in for first-time mammograms.
Would it surprise you to learn that cancer experts say identifying men at high risk for prostate cancer would benefit the most from screening and treatment? Those same experts also agree that improved diagnostic techniques along with a personalized risk assessment are great ways to improve the patient’s decision-making process.Health Awareness, Men's health, Prostate Cancer Awareness Month
We often hear that men are less likely than women to visit the doctor for regular check-ups and screenings. This June, Men’s Health Month and Men’s Health Week (June 10-16) are great occasions to give the men in your community the extra nudge to get in the door and get screened.Health Awareness, Men's health
May is Stoke Awareness month. It seems fitting that billboards will pop up reminding people to think F.A.S.T. – This is absolutely important information and there is no need to diminish its value. But what else can be done to help consumers better understand their own health status, and what does it mean for their likelihood of experiencing a stroke?Health Awareness, stroke risk
Hitting the gym. Tracking nutrition. Getting in their Stand minutes on their Apple Watch. ‘Tis the season of resolutions, after all.
As a health system, how do you monetize these healthy efforts? The nature of our business these days is less about acute conditions and more about population health and chronic disease management. We are living longer and want to be healthy enough to enjoy our later years.CRM, events, Health Awareness, motivate health behavior, obesity, promotion, social media, weight loss
With the holidays upon us, most people find themselves excited to spend quality time with family and friends. For others, though, this time of year can trigger high levels of stress and anxiety. Anxiety disorders affect more than 40 million adults in the United States, and the additional pressure that comes with holidays can add to the challenges one is already dealing with on a daily basis.Anxiety Assessment, behavioral, Health Awareness, mental health, risk factors
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, other than skin cancer, breast cancer is the most common cancer among American women. It is known that getting mammograms regularly can lower the risk of dying from breast cancer.breast cancer, Health Awareness, oncology, population health, risk factors, women's health
Weight management is a popular topic for healthcare consumers, especially in the summer. We can help you meet them wherever they are in their journey. Our 2 flavors of weight-related HRAs can help both those looking for lifestyle options, or those seeking a clinical bariatric solution.Health Awareness, weight loss
You have Heart covered. You have Stroke covered. But what about PAD? Take advantage of PAD Awareness Month to educate your consumers on this condition and their possible health risks.cardiovascular health, Health Awareness, health month, increase revenue, PAD, patient acquisition, peripheral artery disease, population health, risk factors