Improving healthcare for your employees is an exciting accomplishment that delivers impressive long-term returns in both overall costs and health outcomes. Getting the word out to your workforce, so t...
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Converting employees into engaged patients is essential to HR leaders. Engagement maximizes the potential of your organization's benefits package and drives positive health outcomes for employees. Finding creative ways to educate your employees about their benefits is one of the best ways to encourage them to use those benefits. That’s why we love informative workshops.
This past August, we launched a new clinic for the Anchorage School District (ASD) in Anchorage, Alaska. We wanted to take you “inside” that recent clinic launch, by talking to Vera customer success manager Ben Slager about his observations, lessons learned, and feedback on the clinic launch process.
Our primary goal with all clinic promotion is to get patients into a Vera clinic for their first visit. From there, the clinical experience speaks for itself and is powerful motivation for repeat visits. To learn more about the Vera clinical experience, read our white paper: A new clinical experience that’s breaking the healthcare mold.
Do you remember the last time you opened your mailbox and got a marketing piece from a company or nonprofit?