Under the Hood of Website Personalization


Creating moments of customer serendipity

Where “serendipity” is used to describe the coincidental occurrence of events in a beneficial way, the concept of customer serendipity is not a matter 
of chance at all.

With right strategy and technology, you can deliver the right content at exactly the right time that it matters. It seems like surprise to your users and yet it is a trusted and welcomed interaction.

Today’s modern and personalized web architectures allow you to give each user a unique experience tailored to their needs. 


The big telehealth disconnect

One month ago, telehealth was a distant roadmap item for most hospitals. Today’s it’s a necessity. Hospitals across the country are losing more than 50% of their revenue[1] due to cancelled appointments and elective surgeries. To counter the sudden “bleeding out,” most healthcare organizations have rolled out telehealth in just 3 weeks.


5 steps to a successful hospital website redesign

Hospital website redesigns aren’t easy. First of all, there’s the internal politics. They seem to put the needs of individuals and department agendas over the needs of the entire organization. This complication seems to affect hospital website redesigns more than any other industry.


4 ways to make your website content more patient-centric

With healthcare consumerism in full swing, today's hospital marketers are keeping these four content strategies top of mind as they embark on their hospital website redesign.


3 trends upending healthcare: a report from HLTH 2018

Last week, Las Vegas hosted the inaugural HLTH Conference. According to organizers, it was "a much needed dialogue focused on disruptive innovation." Here's our take on a few noteworthy topics from the event.


Moving beyond a one-size-fits-all social strategy.

By nature, social media sites are, well…social. That means that people use them for very personal and emotional reasons. Likewise, brands should have very different strategies for each channel. Especially at a time when Facebook is emphasizing more meaningful interactions, you should pause before posting the same exact content across all social channels. 


The Amazon effect on healthcare marketing

First it was books and toys, then they bought Whole Foods now Amazon might be making its move into the healthcare space. But what does this mean for healthcare, and specifically hospital marketers?


Hospital marketing 2.0: coloring outside the lines with a digital-first approach

I recently sat down with Patrick Bender for the Hospital Marketing National podcast series to discuss how healthcare marketing is changing in response to a more digitally-savvy consumer. You can listen to the full conversation here (click on Episode 5) but below are some highlights from our conversation.