The digital health sector is rapidly changing, and we must tap into young professionals to ensure innovation. Here at Healthgrades, we are in a very competitive landscape – from our Denver headquarters to our three offices across the country; Atlanta, Madison and Raleigh - which is why we’re always looking to add new talent to our already great workforce. Our internship program provides these young professionals with an experience that adds value to their careers, while contributing to Healthgrades overall goals.
Healthgrades leaders recently shared insights on how consumers can use Healthgrades throughout their healthcare journey, and how the team works together to drive innovation.
In this day and age, communicating with one
another is really all about the fist bump. This is because now, we live, work
and play in a casual environment, with technology at our fingertips that allows
us to quickly connect with others in a very informal way.
Hospital marketers are truly at the center of some interesting factors that are converging. It’s very apparent that there is a shift in focus and resources within healthcare marketing departments to place the consumer at the center of the journey, meet them wherever they are seeking health information and to be responsive and available beyond typical business hours.
Chronic diseases are primarily
brought on through the social determinants of health -
where you live, who you hang out with, if you smoke, whether you exercise and
what you eat. Meaning that the decisions we make day-to-day, about whether
or not to smoke, about whether or not to exercise and whether or not we’re
going to snack on a cookie or an orange are really important to managing our
health over time.