You typically don’t get such personal access to these influential leaders from the digital healthcare industry — senior-level digital marketing leaders from Greystone, Mayo Clinic, Wolters Kluwer, and more.
- Episodes: 5 (new episodes each month)
- Seasons: 1
The Positives of Working in #HCMKTG
Episode 1How can healthcare marketers stay positive? Jared Johnson checks in with Mike Schneider on how to shift healthcare digital marketing and keep your chin up.
Digital Teams Stepping Up During the Pandemic
Andy Gradel, director of digital marketing for Wolters Kluwer Health, believes web and digital teams are built to shine during moments like the COVID-19 pandemic. How do you know what NOT to include on a coronavirus landing page for your hospital? And how do we leverage relationships from conferences while we’re social distancing?
Connecting During Chaos
Lee Aase, communications director for social and digital innovation for the Mayo Clinic, shares his team’s experience staying connected with patients and the healthcare digital community during unpredictable times.
What’s Next For MarTech?
Drew Diskin, director of marketing technology for Virtua Health, chats about the tools his team has been using to engage patients, and what comes next for martech.
Empathy for Everyone
Empathy has taken on new meaning for Amanda Todorovich during the pandemic – not just while leading the health content team at the Cleveland Clinic, but professionally as she works to stay connected with the healthcare digital marketing community. In this episode, learn about the essential qualities of listening, connecting, and adapting as Amanda shares the power of empathy not just for patients and providers, but for our professional colleagues in the industry.
New episodes each month!
Building Trust With Data
Aaron Watkins, senior director of internet strategy at Johns Hopkins Medicine, shares how his team is using data to build trust with both internal and external audiences. In this episode, you’ll learn how data creates more questions, how to use it to tell stories, and how he’s relying on the digital community to keep up with colleagues while conferences are going virtual.