If you attended the 2015 WHPRMS annual conference this year, you know it was a well worth the trip. With nearly 100 attendees—including vendors spanning Wisconsin, Minnesota, all the way to Florida. We were lucky this year to partner with the Minnesota Health Strategy & Communications Network (MHSCN). In addition, it’s was Oktoberfest! Everyone who took part in the conference, which focused on best practices from health care marketing experts, now have new friends, great business connections and fresh knowledge to bring back to their organization.
Over the course of the three-day event, conference-goers tweeted and posted their favorite highlights, photos and quotes. Attendees could view the online interaction in real-time.
To commemorate the social media buzz, I present our top tweets and posts of #WHPRMS2015.
Discover 2-tier performance measurement for #DigitalMarketing http://bit.ly/1FJ6NWN Stop by the @WHPRMSorg conf. this wk @MHSCN #WHPRMS2015
Posted by Influence Health on Wednesday, September 30, 2015
#WHPRMS2015 is 2 days away. Looking forward to great presenters and meeting @MHSCN friends https://t.co/oWKWYAwNZt
— Jessica Walker (@JWalkerInflHlth) September 29, 2015
Low health literacy causes patients to not understand medications, discharge instructions. That causes: Readmissions. #whprms2015 — WHPRMS (@WHPRMSorg) October 1, 2015
“There is no product on earth more sentimental than healthcare.” – from @shungerford‘s #WHPRMS2015 session
— Laura Stanelle (@laurastanelle) October 1, 2015
Mercy Health System brings home two Awards of Merit and one Award of Excellence from #whprms2015! pic.twitter.com/8mFCi1IgN5 — Clair McNamara (@mcnamara_clair) October 7, 2015
RT @SpringboardBCS: Be sure to stop by our booth for a chance to win a Fitbit! Look for Kyle pic.twitter.com/sjMoqO0HUs
— WHPRMS (@WHPRMSorg) October 1, 2015
Thank you to everyone who attended my session today at #whprms2015. Looking forward to hopefully working with you to improve physician bios.
Good data: 51% of Americans are married. 6 out of 10 moms have changed a purchase decision b/c of daughter’s opinion #whprms2015 — WHPRMS (@WHPRMSorg) October 1, 2015
— Evan Perrault (@evanperrault) October 2, 2015
Three elements of a great story: Character, event, change. #WHPRMS2015 — Stephanie Hungerford (@shungerford) October 2, 2015
The storyteller’s job is to form visual pictures with words. Make people FEEL your message. @theresarose #whprms2015
— Rebecca Goplin (@BeckyGoplin) October 2, 2015
Physician bio videos are among the top three places patients research when choosing a new doc! #whoknew? #ThingsILearned at #WHPRMS2015. — Clair McNamara (@mcnamara_clair) October 7, 2015
We had a fabulous time hanging with you at the 2015 annual WHPRMS conference! Thank you for attending, sponsoring,…
Posted by WHPRMS on Monday, October 5, 2015
To view all the conference tweets, search keyword #whprms2015. Be sure to follow us on TWITTER and FACEBOOK too.
See you next year!
This post was written and researched by Trish (Skram) Reed. If you have other news, resources or links to share, please comment below or email Trish Reed, blogger and research content specialist for WHPRMS, at email@example.com.
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