This 24-page white paper is an in-depth look at the delivery of communicating to healthcare consumers, outlining the business strategies necessary to promote the right messages to individual patient populations. This paper was done in partnership with Ad Age Insights.
From the white paper...
As individuals age, thoughts about health and related decisions change the receptiveness to healthcare messaging. It is important for marketers to understand the mechanics of how consumer attitudes shift over time, as well as how they mesh in our current age with the experiences of various generations.
By looking at specific periods in the life cycle, and examining the similarities of those in the same generation, we can understand how attitudes that develop over time are impacted by declining health; and marketers and healthcare providers can serve better, more relevant messages to the right people in the
right way. This can lead to better consumer relationships for healthcare providers and manufacturers, more cost-effective campaigns and more effective outreach to patients, and fewer wasted communication dollars.
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