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Upcoming Webinar: Launching Online Patient Communities

Dan Hinmon (Hive Strategies) and I will be hosting a webinar on November 12, 2014 at 1pm Eastern Time. The Webinar is titled “Look Before You Leap: 5 Things You Must Know Before You Launch an Online Patient Community.” To register for this free webinar, and to learn more, visit https://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/672252017. Please help us spread the word!

To learn more about the partnership that Jennings, Hive Strategies and CareHubs have formed to build online patient communities, click here.  We’ve dedicated ourselves to developing communities where patients, family members and healthcare consumers can visit with one another and gather credible health information, share their stories, interact with others facing similar circumstances, access health resources, learn about hospital services and engage clinicians. We are committed to involving patients, their caregivers and families in ongoing conversations about health, wellness, prevention and lifestyle modifications. Ultimately, building consistent relationships between the patient and provider delivers real value to both the patients and the healthcare organization.

But how do you successfully launch an online patient support community? That’s what this webinar will address! (Click on the image below to enlarge.)

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5 comments on “Upcoming Webinar: Launching Online Patient Communities

  1. Will there be a recording of the webinar? I’d love to listen but will be stuck traveling at noon that day.

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