Marketing a Merger: Assessing the Brand, Forming a Culture
"This process utilized a fact-based, market-driven methodology to determine a brand for the new organization that would be instantly recognizable to the communities we serve and put us in the best position to operate in a highly competitive, unpredictable, and rapidly changing healthcare marketplace," said St. George.
The teamwork St. Peter's Health Partners shows can be a model for other organizations considering a possible merger. The timeline is set – stay tuned for more information in the fall.
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