6 reasons to market affordable healthcare

| August 6, 2017

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Is the healthcare industry close to a similar outcry? The Affordable Care Act is in a constant state of flux and could be history by the time you read this paper. Consumers are desperate to find a more affordable solution to healthcare. Hospital marketers should share these concerns with members of the C-Suite from a brand perspective and position their organizations as a place that is willing to help. The future of our healthcare system might depend on it.

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