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A Look at Possible 2017 Health IT Marketing and PR Conference Sessions

As most of you know, we’re still working through all the submissions we got to the 2017 Health IT Marketing and PR Conference (HITMC).  We’re planning to have the majority of session decisions made before the end of the advanced registration and hopefully much sooner.

 

While we evaluate the various session submissions, a few people have asked for a look at some of the sessions that were submitted to the Call for Speakers and other sessions they can expect at HIMTC 2017.  We can’t guarantee all of these sessions, but you can expect a good portion of these sessions to be part of the 2017 Healthcare IT Marketing and PR Conference:

 

  • Media Panel
  • It’s Hard To Argue With The Truth: Applying Social And Behavioral Science To Solve Complex Brand, Employee And Customer Experience Challenges
  • First Aid for Your Online Reputation
  • Making Social Media Less Scary
  • Finding and Leveraging Your True Brand Advocates
  • PR Panel
  • Creative Experiential Marketing: What, Where, Why & How
  • Marketing Automation: Picking the Software that is Right For You
  • Agency Reviews: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly
  • Get Speedy: Shortening Health IT Sales Cycles with Personalization
  • Harnessing the power of email marketing in healthcare industry
  • The 5 R’s of Branding
  • Healthcare Analyst Panel
  • The Latest SEO Details
  • Cinderella Retargeting – Key Retargeting Components That Need to Be Addressed for Every Campaign
  • Marketing for Startups
  • Communicating in a Crisis
  • Building Brand Differentiation Using Facebook Live Video
  • How to Create Killer Customer References
  • Real World Marketing for Direct Primary Care Practices
  • Tips & Advice from B2B Marketers on Why Customer Journey Mapping Applies to Your Healthcare Marketing Strategy
  • Content Marketing? Let’s Talk Content Strategy, First

 

That’s a small look into some of the sessions that were submitted to our Call for Speakers.  We’ll certainly have many many more.  If you have any questions about topics we might cover at the conference or to suggest topics we should be sure to include, please let us know on our Contact Us page.