Print Touch Points

The Wellness Network breathes new life into the print marketing channel, reaching patients when and where they need it most.

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Print Solutions

Bedside Print Solutions

  • Condition-Specific Patient Guides
  • Channel Guide Printed Ad Opportunity
  • Bookmarks, Posters, Table Tents
  • Distribution of Brand Provided Print

Hospital Common Area Print Solutions

  • Posters
  • Brochures
  • Booklets
  • Table Tents

Patient Activation Discharge Kits

  • Printed patient material such as checklists and bookmarks handed out to patients by HCPs as part of patients’ discharge education
  • Includes specific print to guide patient recovery, patient checklists, and bookmarks

Back “Office” Media — HCP-Facing

  • Print material such as posters and table tents displayed in the nurses’ station and staff lounges

Benefits of Leveraging Print Advertising in Hospitals

Patients forget up to 80% of what their doctors tell them during appointments, making printed advertising a highly effective and useful strategy. Patients take printed material with them after they are discharged, allowing them to reference and review on their own time.

Hospital print is effective. According to The Wellness Network’s Channels of Wisdom for Point of Care:

70%

of patients recall receiving print resources

59%

of patients heavily used TV channel guides

78%

of patients recalled health-related ads

Partners and Thought Leaders

The Wellness Network is dedicated to working with partners who help support our delivery of health education resources to patients and facility staff. We proudly work with:

Agency for Healthcare Research & Quality

Agency for Healthcare Research & Quality has supplied both PSAs and longer form educational programs aimed at supporting patient safety and advocacy.

Association of Diabetes Care & Education Specialists

Association of Diabetes Care & Education Specialists co-produced a series of educational videos tied to the AADE7 Self-Care Behaviors.

American Heart Association

The American Heart Association is a premier partner of The Wellness Network. Experts from AHA co-produce content in our Cardiology Library and co-created the HeartCare Channel.

American College of Physicians

American College of Physicians has provided over 20 videos aimed at encouraging patient-provider communications and condition understanding and management to be part of our HealthClips library.

American Lung
Association

The American Lung Association’s videos on asthma, COPD, lung cancer screening, and prevention, are assets in our Oncology and Pulmonology Libraries.

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention provide valuable assets on disease control and prevention including sepsis, hepatitis C, antibiotic resistance, and zika.

March of Dimes

Over 40 March of Dimes assets are available within the Neonatal HealthClips library.

NICU Parent Network

NICU Parent Network member resources are showcased in our Neonatal and Your NICU Baby libraries.

The Joint Commission

To support compliance reporting, all our resources are reviewed by the Joint Commission to clearly state which standards and elements of performance.

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“Our quality and evidence-based content also facilitate clinicians and providers by empowering patients to become partners in their healthcare journey. One very critical part of the partnership between the patient and the healthcare provider is to ensure that the patient is well-informed about their disease process, available treatments, and any risks involved.”

MARISSA BADDERS 
MSHI, BSN, RN, CPN, Outcomes Manager at The Wellness Network

Improve Your Healthcare Print Advertising With The Wellness Network

The Wellness Network’s print solutions offer an integrated opportunity to help patients navigate their health conditions.

We are the largest patient education network, with 45 years of experience, a widespread reach of over 12 million patients and caregivers per year, and access to 500,000 healthcare professionals across 2,000 hospitals.

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