In our years of health care marketing experience we’ve seen that the most successful approach hinges on education as a means to engagement. From broad-reaching large-scale campaigns to more targeted tactics, knowing what people want and helping them learn what fills those wants is what gets their attention. This is especially true of health care marketing, which is the majority of our business. That’s why at Fusion Hill, we have both a research team to understand the consumer, and a design team to communicate to the consumer in ways that educate, engage and compel.
Last week, we were named the agency to handle both market research and the creative for the commercial launch of an implantable medical device that manages atrial fibrillation. First, we’ll uncover insights about the patient’s journey with the disease, as well as the roles of physicians, family and friends, the implanters, and other influencers. In the process we’ll observe patients’ drivers and barriers to using an implantable device. We’ll take all these insights together to craft a campaign to educate patients about the device and its benefits. The campaign will also encourage them to ask their doctor to learn more about whether they could receive it as an improvement to their quality of life.
Our client is a major player in the industry with a new device that’s going to change the landscape atrial fibrillation therapy. We’re delighted to be a part of that new world, and can’t wait to get started.
October 29, 2013 | Research
Fusion Hill is sponsoring the 2nd annual Starry Night benefit to raise funds for a year of arts programming for patients and families being treated at Children’s Hospital. Tonight’s event includes music performance, a Parisian marketplace-themed dinner and a live painting demonstration.
It’s a tremendous honor for Fusion Hill to provide our sponsorship, as well as development of marketing materials for this wonderful cause—alongside other major sponsors Delta, UnitedHealth Group and Prime Therapeutics. For details about this event, to buy tickets or donate to Children’s Hospital, visit: http://childrensmn.org/starrynight/
October 11, 2013 | Research
At Fusion Hill, consumer engagement is king. We’re always exploring ways to reach people where they are–web, print, direct mail, branding and more. Our research arm does the heavy lifting in finding insights, while our design group’s creative rocks tactics that are familiar and time-tested one day, and new and leading-edge the next.
In a recent project for a major health care client, this simple direct mail gem has us pretty excited. It opens like a FedEx package, giving consumers the basic, tactile, designed-to-open experience of a reveal and the sense of opening a special message delivered just for them. With thoughtfully laid out scannable content, this mailer is a true engager, right in your mailbox.
October 10, 2013 | Research
In the changing health care landscape, we’re helping a major health care client stay ahead of the curve by supporting large employers in finding creative ways to keep health costs down. One popular option is the health savings account (HSA) and another is health reimbursement account (HRA)—including versions like the health incentive account (HIA) and retiree reimbursement account (RRA). Are any of these part of your health insurance plan? Do they encourage you to be conscientious in your health care choices? These and similar questions are part of our latest research and creative initiatives.
September 25, 2013 | Research
Ever wonder if all those targeted emails and direct mail pieces drive consumer behavior? Answering that question is very simple with a PURL, or Personal URL, campaign. In a PURL campaign, each recipient is driven to a unique landing page created just for them. We’re excited about a recent campaign for a major health care client that’s gotten great response in open, click through and conversion rates. How would you like to visit a landing page created just for you by your health insurer?
September 11, 2013 | Creative