Healthcare Marketing Matters

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Customer Experience Management Put on Healthcare. The response and remarks have been most interesting from throughout the global world. Many have come from physicians, CEOs of hospitals, Consultants, Directors, Managers, coordinators, and line-staff. The national countries of origin for the comments include not only America but Belgium, England, France, China, Russia, and India to mention a few. Several have requested the materials offered up to help them internally to begin or progress their companies CEM process. Some major observations that may be attracted from the remarks and conversations.

First, is that management across many healthcare industry channels are fighting the transition of the health care marketplace from a provider-dominated, decision-making business, to a consumer-directed, consumer-controlled healthcare system. The consumer has slowly & most assuredly been taking a more active role in healthcare treatment decision-making for a long period now. An empowered consumer is a blessing and a threat to just how business has been done in the past. Second, many healthcare organizations don’t talk to their consumers, be it doctors, community, patients, families, employers, employees, insurance firms, etc. I mean really speak to them and engage in a significant discussion. A meaningful conversation regarding their experiences, needs, hopes, expectations and desires.

And that is a very different discussion than the one in the hallway or in an individual satisfaction survey. The third major summary is that there surely is a need to speed up and embrace new means of doing things that are successful in other sectors. That is not to state that new and innovative ways or understanding customers and changing organizations to more fully meet their goals should be taken lock, stock, and barrel without critical evaluation and thought.

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We need to gain the knowledge and the knowledge that originate from a successful program of innovative techniques in other service sectors. Identify what works, adjust, implement, assess, and evolve. We no have the blissful luxury of waiting 5 longer, 10, 15 years to adjust lessons form other industiures even. Fourth, we’ve difficulty using the term customer.

It is really as if that word has some kind of negative connotation since it is utilized in the for-profit world. It’s alright to state customer and only use the word patient part of the time. Initially of these blogs I wrote, an individual is only an individual 1/3rd of that time period in their experience within an organization. The other 2/3rds of the right time, they may be a consumer.

Yes, the 1/3rd of the time is the most critical of the experience chain, but the other 2/3rds of the experience can change the positive work done in 1/3rd of the experience. CEM is approximately making enduring and ongoing changes for the intended purpose of growing the brand, increasing quantity, growing profitable income, and strengthening commitment. Customer Experience Management or for those that feel using the term Patient Experience Management is better, is not the “be all – end all” system. What CEM offers is a roadmap that can be used to change your organization to be customer-focused focused on achieving their needs and experiences.