mom edit crop pptI am Catherine, aka The Patient Engager, and I write content that focuses on the art of engagement, including

web content
blog posts
e-newsletters
blog posts
emails
social media posts

video scripts

that build and nurture that most unique of all relationships – the one between patient and physician.

I write for patients because I am one. I write for physicians because, having been raised by one and married to another, I’ve had a front row seat in the theater that is medicine. That’s provided me a true appreciation of their dedication.

A professional writer who gets both sides of the exam table? That’s me, and it’s what makes me your solution to engaging your patients.

Feeling Disconnected in this Age of Engagement?

We used to call it the “art” of medicine – that blending of best available practice with caring human interaction.

Now it’s called engagement, and it’s measured, qualified, and quantified and affects your bottom line. Ironically, all that analytical noise seems to build walls between patients and doctors – not bring them closer.

How can you break down those walls?

By understanding that the art of medicine is the art of engagement.

By recognizing that the art of engagement is directly related to satisfied patients.

Satisfied patients have better outcomes. Satisfied patients keep coming back, and they keep sharing about their patient experience.

That art of engagement is based on building relationships through clear, consistent communication.

Feeling Disconnected in this Age of Engagement?

We used to call it the “art” of medicine – that blending of best available practice with caring human interaction.

Now it’s called engagement, and it’s measured, qualified, and quantified and affects your bottom line. Ironically, all that analytical noise seems to build walls between patients and doctors – not bring them closer.

How can that be changed in this age of engagement?

By understanding that the art of medicine is the art of engagement. And recognizing that the art of engagement is directly related to satisfied patients.

Satisfied patients have better outcomes. Satisfied patients keep coming back, and they keep sharing about their patient experience.

That art of engagement is based on building relationships through clear, consistent communication.

So, ask yourself…

What Does Patient Engagement Look Like to You?

√  Improved health outcomes?

√  Compliance and reduced re-admissions?

√  Glowing comments on review sites?

√  Stellar patient satisfaction assessments?

√  Patients actively utilizing patient portals?

Those kinds of metrics depend on

√  a seamless first experience for prospective patients at your website

√  a friendly and informative email to welcome new patients

√  a regular e-newsletter that enriches physician/patient conversations

√  social media posts that share important information as it’s happening

√  thought-provoking blog posts that reflect your physicians’ perspectives on current issues

√  informative and appealing scripts for physician video spots

So, ask yourself…

What Does Patient Engagement Look Like to You?

√  Improved health outcomes?

√  Compliance and reduced re-admissions?

√  Glowing comments on review sites?

√  Stellar patient satisfaction assessments?

√  Patients actively utilizing patient portals?

Those kinds of metrics depend on

√  a seamless first experience for prospective patients at your website

√  a friendly and informative email to welcome new patients

√  a regular e-newsletter that enriches physician/patient conversations

√  social media posts that share important information as it’s happening

√  thought-provoking blog posts that reflect your physicians’ perspectives on current issues

√  informative and appealing scripts for physician video spots

If you’re a

  • Physician

  • Practice administrator

  • Marketing director

  • Group administrator

  • Hospital administrator

  • Ancillary services director

  • contact me at 949.266.1678

or catherine@thepatientengager.com

to get back to the fine art of engaging your patients.

If you’re a

Physician
Practice administrator
Marketing director
Group administrator
Hospital administrator
Ancillary services director

contact me at 949.266.1678
or catherine@thepatientengager.com
to get back to the fine art of engaging your patients.