Perception, misconception and the need to better educate consumers — there are a million scenarios that apply to this, right? As a public relations practitioner who works in agriculture, these are constant challenges. Our industry is always working to better educate consumers to help them make the best dietary choices for themselves and their families. And sometimes, when trends and stereotypes meet “ag”, it feels like even when we’re winning some battles we’re having a tougher time winning the war. I recently read an article that confirmed just that.
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You’re #1 according to one ranking system and #10 according to another. Your physicians want you to promote their latest accolade. But what do these rankings mean to consumers? Are we helping them determine which hospitals offer higher-quality, safer care? Is that even what they care about?
At the Healthcare Marketing & Physician Strategies Summit this month, Swanson Russell sponsored a Meditation Session where hospital marketers learned techniques to quiet their minds amid all the hustle and bustle of Las Vegas, the conference, and our everyday lives.
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