“SEO for doctors” is a term commonly thrown around in the healthcare digital marketing space for a good reason. SEO, or search engine optimization, can determine if people see your content.
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While marketing can be a creative endeavor, your marketing strategy should be based on data collected from data analytics tools for healthcare. Data analytics tools ensure your healthcare marketing resonates with your ideal clients.
Building a business isn’t all about profit lines and margins. It’s an opportunity to follow something that you believe in and give back to the community you serve.
It’s a tough year for giving, our traditional ways to cultivate for the needy are limited at best. After talks with Billingsville-Cotswold Elementary School, it’s determined that they are in need of 900 coats and 900 backpacks for their children. We would love your support in helping us reach this number.
October 1st marked the start of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. FOX 46’s Good Day Charlotte brought on Dr. Justin Favaro, MD, PhD, from Oncology Specialists of Charlotte to kick things off. Anchor Brigida Mack and Dr. Favaro discussed how the pandemic is affecting breast cancer screenings. “At the beginning of the pandemic patients weren’t coming in for their screening mammograms. They weren’t coming into the doctor for many things and that’s extremely dangerous. Thankfully now more people are coming in for their screening mammograms and fortunately their lives can be saved by getting those mammograms,” said Dr. Favaro.
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Mid-Atlantic Emergency Associates sets the benchmark for private practices
Not your ordinary independent physician-owned practice. Mid-Atlantic Emergency Associates, PLLC (MEMA) provides emergency and acute medical care throughout Charlotte and the piedmont area. Founded 44 years ago in 1976, MEMA has grown extensively over the years in structure, governance, and organizational relevance to exemplify the gold standard in physician leadership, partnership, and patient care.
Over 3.9 million healthcare-related searches are made on Google every day1.
Cleveland, a city digging out of the ash of industrial’s great past, is utilizing the infrastructure developed during this time to quietly transform into one of America’s great healthcare hubs.
Since 2002, Cleveland’s biomedical industry has grown from 300 companies to more than 700. Global firms such as Hitachi, Steris, Medtronic, Siemens, GE Healthcare, Hyland Software, IBM Explorys, Gleeson, Philips Medical, Abeona Therapeutics and more now call Cleveland home.