Purpose-Built Content and Patient Journeys

Purpose-Built Content and Patient Journeys

Posted by  | Content Strategy, Web Strategy

“Purpose-built” is a concept most often associated with physical design — buildings, vehicles, even kitchen implements — but it has relevancy to content as well. Purpose-built pretty much means what it says (I love when terms are clear like that!): designed to serve a specific set of uses and standards. But there’s also a lot packed(...)

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7 Things You Should Know About Building a Physician’s Online Reputation

7 Things You Should Know About Building a Physician’s Online Reputation

Posted by  | Faculty Profiles, Marketing, Reputation Management, Search Engine Optimization (SEO), Social Media

Ask Johns Hopkins Medicine physicians which of their colleagues has a strong online presence, and one of the names that you’re likely to hear is that of orthopaedic spine surgeon A. Jay Khanna. Khanna views his online footprint as a critical element of building his practice. It’s so important that he’s positioned iPads at checkout(...)

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Building Effective Marketing URLs

Building Effective Marketing URLs

Posted by  | Marketing

As a marketing professional, I enjoy watching my industry continue to adapt to the need to mix traditional media with a more interactive format. Getting people to act on a call to action they see in traditional offline media often involves some type of Web, mobile or social interaction—frequently in the form of a URL,(...)

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What’s Health Got to Do with It?

What’s Health Got to Do with It?

Posted by  | Content Strategy, Web Strategy

A few weeks ago, I wrote about how the Internet Strategy team is focusing on consumer-oriented health content as a strategy for meeting the strategic priority of patient- and family-centered care. So it’s pretty exciting to introduce the new Healthy Aging section on hopkinsmedicine.org. Healthy Aging focuses on bringing consumers clear, actionable information about how(...)

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