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How To Conduct Market Research With Hospitals

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There are 31 articles in our archive related to this topic. Below are 5 selected at random and available to all users of the site.

How to re-brand a hospital
Discusses the role of research in obtaining the input of the many stakeholders affected by the decision to re-brand a hospital.
The role of the caregiver in health care market research
Researchers in many other industries solicit the input and perspectives of those inside their target consumers’ spheres of influence. It’s time health care and pharmaceutical marketing researchers did the same.
Dean/Frist debate livens up PMRG conference
A PMRG press release details the heath care reform debate between former Governor Howard Dean and former Senator Bill Frist at the PMRG annual conference in March 2011.
Consulting services provide hospitals with marketing expertise
With the changes in reimbursement practices and competition among hospitals gaining in importance in the last few years, it has become increasingly evident that hospitals of all sizes require marketing expertise. Some have met this need by hiring on-staff marketers, while others have turned to marketing firms.
Consulting the maps
Main Line Health, Inc. analyzes its data from various survey studies by utilizing computer mapping software combined with statistical analysis techniques to identify geographic patterns. This information is then used to help decide issues such as which hospitals to include in its network and which physicians to recruit and where to place them.

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Recent Articles

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The costly impact of implicit questions in doctor-patient conversations
Kathryn Ticknor takes a deep dive into actual doctor-patient interactions to illustrate the disconnects that can occur when the two parties try to talk.
How to address cultural conceptions of illness, health and wellness
The author explores factors in several countries that affect patients’ and doctors’ approaches to health and medicine and their implications for global health care marketing research.
The role of the caregiver in health care market research
Researchers in many other industries solicit the input and perspectives of those inside their target consumers’ spheres of influence. It’s time health care and pharmaceutical marketing researchers did the same.
In Case You Missed It... August 2014
News and notes on marketing and research: health care goes digital; dollar store popularity.
A typology of managed care organizations
Examining and classifying managed care organizations will give pharmaceutical companies insights into how best to work with them.

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