Buyers of health care services and products — managers of employer and union sponsored health plans as well as health care organizations — are inundated with promotional material, promising to help them manage their heatlh care benefits and save them money. How do you get their attention?
Medical Business Exchange (MBX) enables you to cut through the clutter and reach your market, giving you a competitive edge.
MBX's 40 years of experience in health care programs and policy can help you:
✓ Gain access to decision makers
✓ Refine your products and services
✓ Sharpen your value proposition
✓ Bring you face-to-face with potential customers
✓ Provide national media exposure
Don’t waste your marketing money on high-priced public relations / marketing /
communications firms that are rewarded for process. MBX’s compensation is based on results, to which the clients shown below can attest.
A thought-provoking, action-motivating slide show that could save your life or that of a loved one. Reveals that half a million patients die and 10 million more are harmed by medicall mistakes while in the hospital PLUS what are the most common medical mistakes, why they keep happening, what's being done to prevent them -- and what more should be done -- and what YOU can do to protect yourself or a loved one while hospitalized. BONUS: Includes new section, "Health Care Myths."
Send check or money order for $9.95 to Medical Business Exchange * 1734 Creek Crossing Road * Vienna, VA 22182. Specify hard copy or electronic version. If ordering electronic version, include your email address.
MediBid ❖ Aspen Systems ❖ Patient Safety Movement ❖ Leapfrog
Group ❖ Bloomberg Government/Health ❖ American Speech-Language-Hearing Association ❖ National Council on Aging ❖ CompCare ❖ Pharmaceutical Care Management Association
❖ FDA Info ❖ IBC USA Conferences ❖ National Jewish Health ❖ Aetna ❖ Pracon ❖ BearingPoint ❖ National Pharmaceutical
Council ❖ Sanofi ❖ America's Health Insurance Plans *
Columbia Healthcare Analytics
Jan Peter Ozga's 40 years of experience includes creating the forerunner to the National Business Coalition on Health, the National Institute for Quality Senior Services, the Center for Pharmaceutical Care Research and Education, and the National Health Planning Information Center.
Ozga also has designed and implemented marketing plans for providers of health-related services designed for business and labor.
In addition, Ozga has produced more than 100 award-winning live and video conferences and webinars on health-related topics. written and edited several health-related publications; and is a contributing editor to several periodicals, including Employee Benefit News, for which he prepares updates on on a variety of subjecs, including patient safety, medical bidding/ competition, and population health.
His latest EBN article is entitled:
"Five Health Care Myths -- Implications for Reform"