What You Can Learn from Occupational Medicine Marketing
credibility from the top

Start at the top for credibility.

Like so many of the healthcare provider channels in medicine today, occupational medicine is changing. And there are marketing lessons in occupational medicine marketing for many other professions, medical practices, hospitals, clinics and healthcare organizations.

The key to success in occupational medicine is good sales acumen. The clinic, urgent care center or medical facility that provides occupational medicine needs to establish its credibility with the businesses and corporations that are its core business. Here are your starting options:

Your sales plan can either start at the top or start at the bottom. But in our experience, it’s far better to grow the business by selling to the big guys first.

Having one or two of the major employers or corporations on your client list rapidly leads to winning others. It’s a sign of significant credibility among businesses to be the occupational medicine provider for large companies. Others want to get on board. The alternative is to start with smaller companies and swim upstream, and sometimes that’s the only choice.

So the take-away sales principle—for occupational medicine marketing as well as other healthcare providers—is to sell to the big guys first if possible. It’s more challenging to aim for the top, but there’s rapid payback in the additional business that follows.

Read more about evidence-based marketing and occupational medicine on the Healthcare Success website.

Stewart Gandolf
Chief Executive Officer at Healthcare Success
Stewart Gandolf, MBA, is Chief Executive Officer of Healthcare Success, one of the nation's leading healthcare and digital marketing agencies. Over the past 20 years, Stewart has marketed and consulted for over 1,000 healthcare clients, ranging from practices and hospitals to multi-billion dollar corporations. A frequent speaker, Stewart has shared his expertise at over 200 venues nationwide. As an author and expert resource, Stewart has also written for many leading industry publications, including the 21,000 subscriber Healthcare Success Insight blog. Stewart also co-authored, "Cash-Pay Healthcare: Start, Grow & Perfect Your Cash-Pay Healthcare Business." Stewart began his career with leading advertising agencies, including J. Walter Thompson, where he marketed Fortune 500 clients such as Wells Fargo and Bally's Total Fitness.

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