Registration Fee Slashed for Leading Health Care Communications Event at Mayo Clinic

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Ragan has temporarily lowered the registration fee for its Annual Health Care Social Media Summit at Mayo Clinic’s campus in Rochester, Minn., October 16-18.

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Those with unlimited budgets can dawdle and pay the full price. But since we always sell out, they risk missing out altogether on this health care ideas bazaar.

Health care communicators wishing to learn from social media experts at the world-famous Mayo Clinic can save $500 dollars on the fee for the 4th Annual Health Care Social Media Summit this week only, Ragan Communications reported.

Ragan has temporarily lowered the registration fee for its Annual Health Care Social Media Summit at Mayo Clinic’s campus in Rochester, Minn., October 16-18.

The price for “Engaging patients, employees, and the media in the digital age”—the top event on the year’s health care communications calendar—has dropped to $695 from the standard rate of $1,195 for those who register by 12 midnight Friday, May 11th.

“Those with unlimited budgets can dawdle and pay the full price,” said CEO Mark Ragan. “But since we always sell out, they risk missing out altogether on this health care ideas bazaar.”

The discount applies to multiple employees of the same organization who register for the event. For example, organizations that send four people will pocket $2,000 in savings.

Experts will present cutting-edge practices from Mayo Clinic’s Center for Social Media, Inova Health System, Fox Chase Cancer Center, and Centers for Disease Control (CDC), among others.

Here are just a few of the topics that will be covered in a wide range of sessions:

  •     Social media innovation, experimentation, and risk-taking at Mayo.
  •     What Mayo Clinic doctors do with social media.
  •     How Mayo uses social wellness initiatives.
  •     10 ways to write the best hospital online content marketing.
  •     How to create a superior mobile app for your hospital.
  •     A powerful but forgotten source of PR and media outreach: nurses.
  •     Overcoming road blocks to the adoption of social media by doctors.
  •     Why sending steady streams of content to target audiences is essential.

Those who attend will take home dozens of insights to put to use immediately—risk free. Ragan offers a money-back guarantee. To register for your $500 savings, just click here.

Ragan Communications operates two of the top news and information sites for the PR and corporate communications industry — Ragan.com and PRDaily.com. Together, these daily news sites attract nearly 700,000 global visitors. The company also covers the health care and HR communication industry with its daily news sites HealthCareCommunication.com and HRCommunication.com. The Chicago-based company is also the leading provider of conferences and online training to PR, media relations and corporate communications professionals.

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