Owning Disruption: A Consumer Driven Strategy at Providence St. Joseph Health

This Webinar was Held November 9 at 2PM CST


The proliferation of disruptors in healthcare coupled with the desire to connect with consumers provided the impetus for Providence St. Joseph Health to adopt and implement an aggressive and sophisticated digital strategy focused on the last mile consumer transaction and engagement.  

We are pleased to offer Owning Disruption: A Consumer Driven Strategy at PSJH.  Join Aaron Martin, EVP and chief digital officer, Providence Ventures as he describes PSJH’s widely acclaimed digital strategy and journey to engaging healthcare consumers on an ongoing basis through a personalized health platform.

Learning Objectives:

•    Learn about PSJH’s innovative strategy to deliver a better, effective online experience.
•    Understand ongoing engagement through a personalized platform.
•    Hear the 4 key tenets engaging to engage current healthcare consumers and grow market share.  
•    Interact through Q & A with Aaron.

For questions on the webinar, contact Jumel Ola at jola@aha.org.
 


Materials:

Presentation Slides: Owning Disruption: A Consumer Driven Strategy (PDF)

Replay

Audio Recording (MP3)

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