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Word-of-Mouth is the world’s most effective marketing strategy. As the old ads used to state “Friends tell friends and so on and so on….” Medical blogging has the potential to convey a provider’s/ physician’s sense of caring and knowledge about medicine. If used as a tool to improve communication to your patients/customers, medical blogging could be part of a plan to make you known as the most famous and friendly doctor in the community.

First a short story:

Two weeks ago, one of the physicians I work with was walking a patient to the reception area after seeing her. They walked right past my door and I could hear the patient asking the doctor for some advice on things she could do to improve her health status. The doctor responded with two brief suggestions and then stated, “Why don’t you visit my blog. I’ve got a number of other helpful suggestions there.”

Evidence and clinical research data seems to suggest that the
patient-provider relationship can influence treatment adherence and health outcomes in a variety of different disease states.

In fact a study by Felicia Trachtenberg and colleagues (2005) at the New England Research Institute published in The Journal of Family Practice , found that increased levels of trust in physicians is associated with greater willingness to seek care, to follow recommendations, and to grant physicians decisional authority over treatment. Additionally, higher trust in a specific physician is strongly associated with greater reported adherence to treatment.

In the days of 10-15 minute physician appointments, the patient-provider relationship is tenuous, at best. How could any sense of trust be built in such a short time? Doesn’t trust building require finding some commonalties between two people?Learn Data Science

I would venture that given the current system, many patients feel that physicians are interchangeable. That’s just a travesty. Most providers go into healthcare because they really want to help people. However, the system they work in has squeezed the bedside manner and art of caring out of most work days. How can anyone be passionate about their job if their customers view them that way?

I would pose that medical blogs, while an investment of precious time, can be a tool to foster patient-provider relationships. Blogs are supposed to be a bit personal. However because of today’s climate in healthcare I avoid using an identity-type blog (Mommy blogs, or web diarys) as a communication tool with patients. Instead, perhaps utilize a more fact-based tone where key concepts and best clinical practices are emphasized with personal examples.

Example: Lets say you want to give some detailed information on how patients can fit more activity into the day. Instead of just writing down a list of ideas, you could frame the list as “6 things I’m trying this month to increase my activity level.” You are giving the same information, but you are adding a personal tone to it.

So how is this going to help?
For the physician I work with, his blog helps him to better manage his schedule. He knows what is on his blog and he since he wrote it he believes in the content. After giving a few bits of advice/information to get the patient started, he directs the patient to the blog as a place where he or she can locate more information at a later date.
Information overload for patients can be better managed. A physician simply cannot explain all the details of evidence-based practice in a short visit. Even if he or she could, a patient can only absorb so many facts and suggestions in a 15-minute time span. The blog provides a point of reference that can be referred back to time and again.
Timely, helpful, and trusted information on frequently asked questions can be available online 24 hours a day. This may reduce the number of time-consuming call-backs to patients.
The forum provided by the blog can introduce new members of the practice and point patients to staff that can help to answer specific questions. This kind of information helps patients better navigate the healthcare system and be more active participants in their own health.
By using a personal tone in your blog, patients may have more of an opportunity to learn about your interests and ideas. This in turn could make the process of establishing rapport a little easier. Saving a little time in this endeavor may translate into improved adherence to treatment and better outcomes.
Blogging also give providers an opportunity to share their personalities and establish themselves as experts. If your blog starts a buzz in your community and people like your online presence, then that improves your chance of being sought out as an opinion leader. This may open new doors for you professionally and may improve the strength of your practice/business.

In closing, I’m not claiming that blogging is the only tool needed in a healthcare marketing toolbelt. However, it can have some time-saving benefits and can help patients take a more active role in their healthcare. I also believe it could possibly make you the most-likable Doc in your community!

“The treatment of a disease may be entirely impersonal; the care of a patient must be completely personal.” Francis Weld Peabody, MD, Harvard Physician (1881-1927)

Carol is the Vice President of The Promedica Research Center. She has a masters degree from Mercer University in Health Policy and Administration and currently teaches a master’s level course on Health Care Organizations for the University of Phoenix (Online), College of Health Sciences.

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Marketing is increasingly viewed as a science, where sophisticated modelling and data-driven decision-making are taking centre stage. Against this backdrop, has creativity become a less important marketing skill? It has certainly been argued that marketers come in two shapes – the scientist and the artist. My contention is that significant marketing success requires a careful balancing of both, and that neither is the superior marketing skill.

In a previous discussion (What To Say When), I scoped out the decision-making process, and the appropriate communications approach at each stage. So, working on the assumption that a decision to buy starts at awareness, let’s also start here in reviewing the relative roles of science and creativity on marketing success.

In my first major agency role with Mason Zimbler, our MD used a simple equation to set the scene which has stayed with me ever since:

Frequency x Impact = Awareness

The premise is that if either element is out of balance, your chances of success are limited. It is a simple concept. In regard to frequency, think ‘it takes more than one drip of water to get wet’. The Chartered Institute of Marketing in the UK suggest that it takes three sightings of an ad to really notice it. When we talk about impact, the most important element is relevance – did your ad, email, banner, blog, etc strike a chord with the recipient, if not they won’t notice you. (There’s also more on this in my article ‘what to say when’). So, if your piece is dull and irrelevant, your audience will not see it. Or, if your piece is stunningly relevant, but they only see if briefly, you’re unlikely to really get the message across. Taking these two elements as our bases of comparison, we’ll review the contribution of science and creativity to each.

The scientific approach to communication frequency: The scientific approach to managing the frequency of your marketing messaging is to model an ideal contact density for each segment or, in highly sophisticated set-ups, for each individual. By which we mean the number of exposures to a message typically required to elicit a response. This enables the marketer to develop a communications plan that ensures the optimum number of touches. Large consumer organisations, like banks, also use this technique to ensure that their customers aren’t over-communicated – having observed that over-communication can trigger complaints or defections, smart technology-driven rules are applied to ensure that this risk is minimised.Learn more

The creative approach to communication frequency: A creative approach to communications frequency is to think laterally. The best example of a really creative approach to this is the innovative use of ambient media. By putting themselves in the shoes of the audience, a creative team will dream up highly creative media placements to ensure that the message gets to people regularly. A great example from the not-for-profit sector is an NUS (National Union of Students) sexual health campaign, using stickered ten pence pieces scattered in student bars. This is creative thinking on many levels – firstly the location, then the assumption that a student would pick up a stray coin, and the association of the money having passed through many hands linking directly to the message itself. Another example of this is the use that Amplex deodorants made of placing their ads on the hanging hold bars on underground trains and busses – we all know how unpleasant it is to be on crowded public transport where someone nearby has a body odour issue. Creatively tapping into this gave Amplex a highly creative media placement opportunity – ensuring that commuters in London were served this message every time they travelled. By mapping out a buyer’s journey and thinking about how to get your message across creatively at each point, you can vastly increase your opportunity-to-see.

The scientific approach to communication relevance: Scientific marketing has increased the likely relevance of marketing messages exponentially in recent years. There is real value in powerful analytics, particularly if you’re able to cross hatch your analyses to build a full and rich picture of your market. Right message, right time, right medium can now be worked out for you using powerful optimisation software. The various data strategy awards are littered with excellent examples of this approach.

The creative approach to communication relevance: When it comes to creativity and relevance, we need only look to viral marketing for lessons in why creativity is essential. The Gadbury Gorilla ad would never have come about by virtue of scientific messaging development. Marketers need to remember that they are talking to people, with feelings and a sense of humour. We also all know that a recommendation from a friend is vastly superior in terms of our likelihood to listen than an official piece of marketing. As such, tapping into word of mouth is essential and creativity is king in the ‘click to forward’ world. The earlier examples of creative media placement also show how creativity can increase relevance by being appropriately positioned to amplify your message.

Balancing and fostering a healthy mix of marketing skills: Having merely scratched the surface on these subjects, it is clear to see that marketers need to balance their skills at both ends of the scientific-artistic continuum.

Ten key points to fostering and balancing both skill sets:

1. Ensure your marketing team is trained in understanding and briefing scientific and creative suppliers

2. Facilitate creative thinking – I’d suggest that marketers need about one day per quarter of facilitated creative thinking

3. Start with science to build the profile of your audience, but always get a creative team to contribute ideas about how to reach them

4. Test various creative executions against the same audience to demonstrate in hard commercial terms the impact of the creative element of your campaigns

5. Don’t sacrifice creativity to buy more frequency – if your message makes no impact every time you pay for space, you’re wasting money

6. Don’t let beauty distract you – something can be beautiful but irrelevant

7. Make sure you track people through the sales funnel to allow you to see how you’ve generated your best leads

8. Look for ideas everywhere – you don’t have to have ‘creative’ in your job title to have a good idea

9. Never let the numbers speak for themselves – when it comes to reviewing marketing, you do need to look at what the audience saw to really understand it

10. Read the marketing awards booklets – there’s no such thing as a new idea. Most marketing awards these days look at science and creativity, you will find great examples if you look for them.

Marketing is one of the most exciting jobs in the world – you are a scientist, a psychologist, an artist and so much more. If you recognise, hone and balance these skills you’ll achieve success for your business and great satisfaction for yourself.

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If you have never worked with an embroidery digitizing service you probably have a few questions about how the service works. You’re not alone. Here is a quick look at the most frequently asked questions about embroidery digitizing:

What is Embroidery Digitizing?

This is the process of taking a piece of artwork, such as a logo or mascot, and using that image to create an embroidery stitch guide that can be read by an embroidery machine. The embroidery machine will use that guide to embroider the image onto caps, bags, jackets, towels,embroidery digitizing and whatever other items a company wants to put them on. Every image that goes to an embroidery machine needs to be evaluated and refined if necessary so that it looks good as an embroidered piece. The process will ensure that every image looks great.

What Does My Consultant Do?

When you get a piece of work digitized you will work with a talented and well trained image specialist. That person will assess the original image to make sure it’s suitable to be embroidered. If the image needs to be changed the graphic consultant will make any changes and show you what needed to be changed and explain why. If you need help choosing a font, a color, or some other design aspect your consultant will help you so that you won’t end up with something that will look bad. Once you are happy with the design the graphic artist will create the file for you and send it to you.

What Software is used?

The best software that you can use is WILCOM software. Even though it is expensive is the best design software on the market for embroidery digitizing. It also has Corel Design Studio built into it so that when custom graphics are created they are done with Corel, which is a highly respected graphics software. Not all embroidery digitizing services use WILCOM but the best ones do.

How Much Does it Cost?

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Embroidery is the best thing that has ever happened to clothes. Sewing embroidery designs on clothes by hands was the only technique used previously. Sewing by hand was not only a hectic but very tiring process too. Technology has improved with the passage of time and today, embroidery designs are digitized using computer programs. This technique is called embroidery digitizing.

Many people hire an in-house digitizer but that is an expensive trade for many reasons. You will have to pay a lot of money to the digitizer that is working in your office. If you don’t have a lot of business in hand, it will become difficult to afford that digitizer. For this reason, it is better for you to outsource your embroidery digitizing needs.

There are a lot of benefits of outsourcing embroidery digitizing. The top 5 benefits of outsourcing embroidery digitizing are described below.

1) Affordable Pricing

You can easily find affordable pricing for embroidery digitizing by outsourcing your digitizing needs. There are a lot of companies that are providing digitizing services. Some most famous countries in this field are Pakistan, India and China. You can easily find a company who is willing to provide very handsome deal for embroidery digitizing. So, finding affordable pricing is one of the biggest reasons for outsourcing digitizing needs.

2) Quality Assurance

Quality is really important in embroidery industry. If your design is not digitized properly, the sew-out quality will never be good too. That is another reason why you should find a company that provides digitizing services. Those companies who are providing professional digitizing services are really good at this work. There is no way that the quality of work will be compromised when you have hired a company specifically for this purpose.

3) Ease of Mind

It is easy to understand that when you don’t have to worry about , concentrating on your business can become a lot easier. Working in this industry, I have learned a very important lesson that it is very important to categorize your work. If your digitizing is being managed by a professional company, you can spend more time expanding your business and bring more clients.

4) Save a lot of Money

While outsourcing your digitizing needs, you should consider how much money can be saved in the process. Majority of embroiders who have completely outsourced the digitizing work are saving thousands of dollars each month. If you have hired a fulltime digitizer in your office and you are paying around $2000 to $300 per month then you can reduce this cost to only $500 to $1000 by outsourcing your digitizing work.

5) Expand Your Business

I have already discussed this point in above sections but let me shed some light on it here. Obviously, you are saving thousands of dollars each month by outsourcing your digitizing needs. Along with that, you are getting a lot of spare time too. It means that you can spend that time to market your business and bring new customers. The money that you will save in the process will help you purchase more embroidery machines and accessories for your office too.

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Embroidery digitizing is the natural next step that you would like to take, if you have been into embroidery for a reasonable amount of time. If you are already monetizing your embroidery skills, then it makes sense to move to digitizing embroidery to offer more services to your client. In this article we will look at some of the basic things that you should know about custom embroidery design using an embroidery digitizer.

Capital Needed: Starting an embroidery digitizing service is not a very capital intensive exercise. The good news for you is that the equipment and the software needed for embroidery digitizing have become more and more affordable over the years. Even if you are starting from scratch you will not need more than a couple of thousand dollars as an initial investment. However, mastering the art of embroidery digitizing can be quite a challenge and you might have to work really hard in order to impress your clients.

Service Offerings: Once you start the business, there are several areas where you can offer your services. You can offer custom embroidery design for your clients. You can also offer to digitize logo and taglines so as to enable capturing them as embroidery in various promotional media such as t-shirts or banners. This industry is catching up today and you can have a successful business doing this.

Tools Needed: You would need an embroidery digitizing tool in order to engage in embroidery digitizing. This is a design program that helps the user to convert an embroidery design into a digital file. You would also need an embroidery machine which can read this file and convert it into embroidery in your cloth.

Skills Needed: You must be a master embroider if you want to taste success in the field of digitized embroidery. Today there are computer programs that enable you to digitize embroidery, but still the process requires some human intervention. You must have a working knowledge on computers as well as embroidery machines, not to mention the use of digitizing software. If you are planning to offer digitize logo services then you would also need the ability to organize and place the logo in an appropriate size and location. The final outcome of the embroidery is mainly dependent on the quality of the digitized file and therefore this process is a crucial step in logo embroidery.

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Although Markus’ primary thought was not as entirely highlighted given that the Minecraft you will participate in currently, “Cave Game” was produced from the similar DNA. This was a game about positioning and breaking blocks in a 3D planet. The primary determination was to create an working experience where each and every unique part felt enjoyment. A video game which could be both of those available and emergent.

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It could even be about adventuring with buddies or observing the sunlight rise in excess of a blocky ocean. It’s quite. Brave players battle terrible issues inside the Nether, that is additional frightening than very. It’s also possible to visit a land of mushrooms if it appears a lot more like your cup of tea.minecraft cracked

June 1st, 2009. Stockholm. Markus Persson quits his position at an established video games developer to produce his personal recreation. Unemployed, but enthusiastic, Markus was searching for inspiration, and it came from indie game development blog site, Tigsource. Owing to the useful resource, the person you probably know as “Notch” wound up enjoying Zachtronic Industries’ Infiniminer: an impressive indie which tasked players with amassing means while reducing into a randomly produced landscape. It absolutely was a simple video game at coronary heart, but Markus realised opportunity for a little something great. He started focus on a fresh project a couple of months right after Infiniminer was discontinued.

Nevertheless Markus’ unique strategy was not as thoroughly showcased as being the Minecraft you’ll perform nowadays, “Cave Game” was developed from your exact same DNA. This was a game about inserting and breaking blocks in a very 3D planet. The principal inspiration was to generate an knowledge exactly where every single particular person component felt fun. A video game that could be both of those obtainable and emergent.

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Future came a 16-bit laptop or computer, prompting Markus to vent his pleasure by means of his now notorious Twitter feed: “I observed the ALU and that i wet myself,” he wrote. “Seriously! I acquired a hose and that i wet myself. With pee.” RMS Titanic, a marriage proposal from the Bioware developer, in addition to a spookily precise representation of BioShock’s Rapture all popped up: Minecraft’s prospective was being realised by its neighborhood of creatives. YouTube created it straightforward to enjoy, although you did not actually play.

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