hcs539 | Graduate
Marketing For Health Care
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Overview of Health Care Marketing
- Explain the relationship between health care marketing partnerships.
- Compare marketing types.
- Explain the basic components of marketing.
- Describe the environment of marketing strategy as it applies to health care.
Marketing Research and SWOT Analysis
- Explain the role of market research in health care.
- Develop market segmentation strategies.
- Prepare a comprehensive SWOT analysis.
- Explain the correlation between marketing strategy and target audience characteristics.
Positioning and Differentiation Strategy, and Competitive Analysis
- Determine strategies and tactics for positioning and differentiation to use in health care marketing.
- Explain the role of pricing in health care marketing.
- Describe the role of competitive analysis in determining current and future place in the market.
- Describe characteristics of the competition.
Promotion and Public Relations
- Analyze key factors influencing the selection of promotional alternatives.
- Identify effective marketing communications tools used in the promotion of products or services in health care.
- Explain the need for public relations in health care.
- Determine effective utilization strategies for social media in health care.
Personal Sales Process, Ethics, and Distribution
- Explain the sales process and how it is utilized.
- Analyze the role of ethics and patient privacy in health care marketing.
- Evaluate distribution strategies.
Marketing Plan and Evaluation
- Design a comprehensive health care marketing plan.
- Propose methods to monitor marketing performance.
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