This course examines marketing principles as they are applied within various health delivery systems. Special attention is focused on consumer behavior, market segmentation, environmental scanning, and identification of new market opportunities. The role of social marketing, data base research, and evaluation design and interpretation are addressed.
Explain the correlation between marketing strategy and target audience characteristics.
Explain the role of market research in health care.
Develop market segmentation strategies.
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.
Overview of Health Care Marketing
Compare marketing types.
Explain the basic components of marketing.
Describe the environment of marketing strategy as it applies to health care.
Explain the relationship between health care marketing partnerships.
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