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ED Services Still a Selling Point in 2011
Doug Desjardins, for HealthLeaders Media

One of the top hospital marketing trends of 2010 was promoting estimated wait times and even reservations for emergency department visits. That trend should continue to pick up steam in 2011.[Read More]
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  January 12, 2011

 


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Healthcare Created a Quarter of a Million Jobs in 2001
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A report in Health Affairs says that, to date, provider efforts to manage costs make up a "dismal history" and that accountable care organizations that try to do so are unlikely to accomplish their objectives. [Read More]
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Marketing Headlines


Detroit pushes healthcare growth with medical main street
Detroit Free Press January 10, 2011

Arnold Palmer Hospital launches new campaign
Orlando Business Journal, January 11, 2011

Medical tourism pushed as economic salve for Las Vegas
Las Vegas Review Journal, January 11, 2011

Hospital rehearses with pretend patients
Bucks County Courier Times, January 11, 2011

Doctors Communicate Poorly Among Themselves, Study Finds
HealthLeaders Media, January 12, 2011

Cleveland Clinic to help DC-area hospital system market its medical inventions
The Plain Dealer, January 12, 2011

Talk to Nurses About Facebook Before They Talk About You
HealthLeaders Media, January 11, 2011

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