Only 25 Days Until the Start of Something BIG.

By Sharon Bittner

How many of you plan your summer around a family reunion or vacation?

Getting everyone together on the same date, and making time to do so, can be challenging. However, it’s (usually!) a rewarding experience. Not only is it a way to stay connected, you often learn something by listening to the stories. For many of you, it may be one of the few times that you slow down enough to have uninterrupted time to focus on why you are there. And don’t forget about the fun – the importance of simply sharing a good time together sometimes escapes us.

From July 16th – 18th I will be attending a family reunion of sorts. It is the 21st year that we will be bringing together our hospital clients from across the United States for our annual conference. I’ve known many of them since my kids started Kindergarten, and this year my youngest graduated from college.

Since we’ll be in Dallas – and everything is bigger in Texas – the theme is Big Camaraderie, Bigger Ideas and Biggest Results. We’ll kick-off with an Advisory Board meeting to discuss the challenges hospitals are facing and brainstorm how we can respond by providing relevant solutions. All attendees will come together to network and kick up their heels at a welcome reception featuring line dancing and country music stars. We’ll network in smaller groups the next night for Dine Around Dallas.

Our general session features client stories that will walk through their situation, solution and success. Since our member hospitals receive the benefit of primary service area exclusivity, they are willing share plans, budgets, challenges and anything else that can help other hospitals. In addition, industry leaders will be providing perspective on hospital marketing’s top challenges and their solutions.

The meeting will conclude with awards to recognize the outstanding work we have done together to inspire healthier communities. We are offering a very limited invitation to a few key hospital marketing leaders to hear directly from our member hospitals.

If you are looking to amplify your efforts in engaging the key drivers of healthcare decisions – women and physicians – let’s set up time to talk to see if there is a fit.

HIGHLIGHTS FROM THE AGENDA:

Hospital Success Stories
Engaging Employees in Personal Health
Lovelace Women’s Hospital, Albuquerque, NM

Preventing Outmigration by Creating Loyalty
Parkview Medical Center, Pueblo, CO

Building Business Through Corporate Wellness Programming
Indiana Regional Medical Center, Indiana, PA

Increasing Service Line Volumes Through Digital Conversion Campaigns
Henry County Medical Center, Paris, TN

Rebranding and Relaunching a Women’s Loyalty Platform
Florida Hospital Wesley Chapel, Wesley Chapel, FL

Improving Health Outcomes by Utilizing an Inspiring Event Strategy
St. Luke’s Hospital, Chesterfield, MO

Industry Insights
Activating Women by Viralizing Digital Connection
Nathan Engels, Blogger, Digital Strategy Expert

Amplifying Efforts for Physician Relations
Bruce Kennedy, Executive Practice Leader, Relevate Health Group

Developing a Holistic Approach: Total Marketing Optimization
Joe Connolly, Regional Vice President, Marketing, Communications and Connecticut Government Relations at Trinity Health Of New England

Activating Physicians through Engagement and Alignment
Millie Swan, VP Marketing and Operations at Forrest General Hospital

Generating Conversions through Targeted Engagement
Bruce Kennedy, Executive Practice Leader, Relevate Health Group


Sharon Bittner

Chief Communications Officer
sbittner@relevatehg.com

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