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OhioHealth wellness blog gets a boost from content partnership

When OhioHealth was preparing to launch its new wellness blog in 2016, the health system knew it had to start with a robust library of content. Filling up an editorial calendar with quality articles is a crucial step for building [...]

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Marketing to physicians for referrals is a key part of every health care system’s marketing plan. Referring physicians can help spread the word about your hospital’s services, treatment or care available to the community and connect patients with your organization. [...]

AdventHealth rebrand creates system-wide content unity

Rebranding a health system is no easy feat, especially when the organization stretches across nine states. But when it came time to execute new healthcare branding strategies for its 46 hospital campuses, AdventHealth knew they needed a whole new approach [...]

5 free tools for easy-to-read content

By Rebecca Sims More health care companies are making clear content a top priority. Whether you call it plain language, a health literacy initiative or quietly aim for a 6th to 8th grade reading level, there are many benefits to [...]