8-track players used to be the pinnacle of car audio achievement... until cassette players! And then CD players. Today, it's satellites & phones. The goal has always been to keep the user happy with the product. Are your members happy with your benefits? Do you have 8-track players in your benefits package? Learn how to adjust your benefits to changing demographics and attract new members.
Many medical member societies would benefit from a digital reboot to modernize their marketing efforts and improve their customer experience. In this talk, Todd Unger, CXO of the American Medical Association gives practical digital marketing, analytics, and martech tips to help you cut through the noise while providing a roadmap to consistently recruit more members and increase member retention rates in 2019 and beyond.
Understand how developing personas and engagement scoring from available demographic and behavioral data, with a focus on motivations, needs, and other factors help provide a better overall picture of what persuades physicians to action (such as joining/renewing, purchasing a product, or utilizing a member service). See how these concepts can be combined to strategically segment audiences, identify and target priority groups, and produce more effective messaging that resonates with both current and potential members.
In today’s cost-conscious environment, it’s more important than ever to emphasize the value of membership to your organization. Quantifying the dollar value of your benefits and services and comparing that figure to annual dues provides a compelling argument to prospective and current members alike, who can quickly and easily see their current or potential return on dues dollars. Learn how TMA created its own online ROI calculator and start proving your association’s worth!
Sheri Jacobs, FASAE, CAE, author of the Art of Membership, will identify the six trends healthcare associations cannot ignore, raise questions you should be discussing with your staff and leadership and provide examples of solutions being adopted by some organizations.
What opportunities do the various employment paradigms present? Who are these third parties that increasingly employ physicians? How can medical societies partner with these networks to better engage physicians and serve physician needs? Panel participants will discuss how their businesses recruit, retain and drive physician leadership in their organization as well as what value propositions associations can offer that meet their unique business needs.