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Webinar: People to People – Improve health, build loyalty, and personalize your marketing

Respected healthcare researcher Susannah Fox says that “the most exciting innovation in health care today is people talking to one another.”  My colleague Dan Hinmon and I agree. That’s why we have created our bi-monthly webinar series on the benefits of developing online health communities. And we do more than talk about the benefits; we give a lot of how-to information that should help anyone interested in starting their own online health community.

It is our firm belief that online patient communities are one of the most powerful ways to help people connect with one another and share information. Dan Hinmon will explain how in our free March 11th webinar: “People to People: Improve health, build loyalty, and personalize your marketing with online patient communities.” I’ll be serving as the moderator for this webinar.

 You can read more about the webinar in Dan Hinmon’s recent blog post. Or you can go straight here to register.  If you can’t attend the live webinar on March 11, be sure to register anyway so we can send you the link to the recorded webinar to view at your convenience.

 If you’re considering launching an online community and want to avoid creating a ghost town, read the single most important thing you should do in this post from our presenter, Dan Hinmon: “Start your online community on the right foot.”

We hope you’ll be able join us for the March webinar.

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