Mental Health Awareness Month is in May. Behavioral health content like HRAs can be an effective and efficient way to inspire those affected to seek care.
One condition that is on our minds around this time of year is colorectal cancer. Fortunately, the number of people being screened is rising. That said, as a marketer, how do you set yourself apart from the crowd when it comes to marketing to a colorectal cancer audience?calls to action, Colorectal Cancer, early detection, health month, oncology, Screenings
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
Our Lung Cancer HRA can create internal, or intrinsic motivation for lung screenings by objectively quantifying whether or not someone should talk to a doctor about having a lung screening by delivering tailored advice based on personal risk factors and widely accepted guidelines.Ah-ha moments, health month, lung cancer, Lung Cancer Risk Assessment, lung screenings, motivate health behavior, population health, risk factors, save lives
As outdoor weather improves, potential patients tend to seek surgical care to take advantage of mild, sunny days to do outdoor rehab. Further, some studies show that warmer, humid air can intensify joint aches and pains, which means busier clinics and longer waits for appointments.awareness month, health month
To point out the obvious: they’re both in October. Both National Breast Cancer Awareness Month and Halloween happen every year in October. On one hand, they’re both frightening and appearance-altering. On the more practical side, they both have a focus on safety and preparation. National Breast Cancer Awareness Month is an opportunity to promote education […]breast cancer, Facebook, health month, social media, Twitter