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JohnLuginbill

Indiana 46204
Author, speaker, marketing strategist and CEO of THE HEAVYWEIGHTS. My passion at work is developing strategy and programs that aid the mission of great health systems, hospitals, FQHC's, and medical practices. My passions at home include a wife, children, family, friends, seeking justice, helping... Full Bio
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What do you think about the Supreme Court agreeing to settle health reform debate? by JohnLuginbill Posted in: Questions & Answers in Healthcare Industry & Policy Here's a pretty good current event aritcle on the topic. I'm just interested in what the wellsphere community thinks about the agreement. Read on »
TV Ads & Healthcare Providers by JohnLuginbill Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthcare Industry & Policy The doctor is a quack, a drunk, a perv or other vicious gossip previously said privately are now anonymously posted online for the world to see.Research and articles lik ... Read on »
4 Tools for Hospitals to Measure Local Social Media Engagement by JohnLuginbill Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthcare Industry & Policy In , , , , Posted by: TurnUpYourVolume on Nov 11, 2011 | How do hospitals measure the ... Read on »
Anonymous Gossip Ruins Provider Reputations and Patient Volumes by JohnLuginbill Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthcare Industry & Policy In , , , , , , Posted by: TurnUpYourVolume on Nov 10, 2011 | The doctor is a quack, a ... Read on »
What do you all think of the new healthcare social media site Sickweather? by JohnLuginbill Posted in: Questions & Answers in Healthcare Industry & Policy Sickweather, a tool that has the potential to benefit healthcare marketers in targeting the patients that are most likely to need what you’re selling. What do you think abou ... Read on »
Sickweather, Targeting the Right Patient & the Evolution of Healthcare Marketing by JohnLuginbill Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthcare Industry & Policy The latest in digital healthcare marketing is Sickweather, a tool that has the potential to benefit healthcare marketers in targeting the patients that are most likely to need ... Read on »