HCS 539 Week 6 Learning Team Assignment Health Care Marketing Plan Presentation Recent
Create a hypothetical health care organization or social program, using a real organization or program as a model, and develop a comprehensive marketing plan to market it. Examples include cancer hospitals, home health agencies, nursing homes, durable medical equipment companies, weight loss programs, and insurance programs.
Develop a comprehensive marketing plan to market your organization or program.
Create a 20- to 25-slide Microsoft® PowerPoint® presentation, with speaker’s notes, detailing your plan. Speaker’s notes must be between 100 to 200 words per slide. Include the following:
What is the name of the organization or program?
What is the geographic location?
What is the organizational mission?
Industry background: Describe the industry’s historical background.
Situational SWOT analysis: Assess the organization’s environment. Address why your marketing plan is necessary. Include the following:
Why must market research be conducted?
What kind of data will you use: primary, secondary, or both? Why?
Marketing objectives: List your quantifiable marketing objectives.
Explain what you want to achieve.
Define estimated dates by which you want to achieve those goals
Marketing strategies: Describe the general approach or best way to meet your objectives.
Determine the demographics of the program’s potential consumers.
Determine the psychographics of the program’s potential consumers.
Identify common consumer behaviors of the program’s potential consumers.
Determine the primary market: What are the characteristics of the primary market?
Determine the secondary market: What are the characteristics of the secondary market?
Market segmentation: How will you segment the market? Why?
Identify your competitors.
Briefly describe your competitors’ strategies.
The four Ps
What types of products, programs, or services are involved, as in a good, service, or idea?
What are the features? How is it positioned and differentiated from the competitors?
How is the product, program, or service identified, as in brand name, label, or packaging?
What are the channels of distribution?
Where are the facilities located?
What aspects must be considered in developing pricing?
Determine a suggested selling price.
How will you promote the organization or program?
Media mix: television, magazines, outdoor, direct mail, radio, or website
Slogan and message
Sales promotion activities: trade show or promotional materials
Regulations: Identify the regulations that affect your plan.
Social marketing strategies
Ethics and patient privacy
Monitoring the plan: Create a way to monitor and evaluate your plan’s success.