“Chock-full?” Or “short and sweet?” What’s the just-right length for health information pages? Well, it depends. Put yourself in the user’s shoes to help determine when to dish out the details and when shorter, carefully crafted pages will do.
What Did You Learn? Episode 8 As much as you can plan for a pandemic or any communications crisis, living through it is a different story. But pre-planning and having fluid relationships between departments does help — at least it did for marketers Jennifer Balanky and Jennifer Price of Sharp Healthcare. Their team band together… Read more
What Did You Learn? Episode 7 The coronavirus pandemic and Black Lives Matter movements shone a spotlight on a wide spectrum of brand responses: Some nailed it, while others dropped the ball. Marketing expert Katie Martell talked with Ahava about which organizations showed real allyship — including Microsoft and Rent the Runway — and how… Read more
What Did You Learn? Episode 6 There’s a silver lining to the COVID-19 pandemic. As healthcare communicators, we were given an opportunity to come together to solve a huge problem. And we did. We integrated once siloed departments. We used clear language to give audiences the information they needed. Leadership began to appreciate the value… Read more
What Did You Learn? Episode 5 The ability to shift gears in a moment’s notice is crucial for successful healthcare communicators. That’s one lesson Lauren Smith, manager of marketing communications at UT Health San Antonio, MD Anderson Cancer Center, learned during the COVID-19 pandemic. She also learned the importance of teamwork across a massive health… Read more