Your journey to healthcare marketing transformation
Get away from the hustle. Let us be your guide. Return inspired.
You've read the book, you embrace the ideas - you crave change. But driving change is no easy task. There are numerous obstacles. Maybe you face institutional biases, old-school thinking, or power players who cling to ineffective marketing strategies. Or maybe you're not sure where to start. You know where you want to go, but the path forward seems slow, painful, cloudy - maybe all of the above. How can you accelerate your transformation and drive significant, demonstrable results?
The Joe Public retreat is one-of-a-kind experience for hospital and health system marketing leaders who are on a journey to transform their approach to healthcare marketing.
Started in 2013 by change agent Chris Bevolo, author of Joe Public Doesn’t Care About Your Hospital, this intimate, camp-like experience has helped marketing leaders from across the country tackle the toughest challenges they face with help from Chris and a group of their peers.
Attendees will be guided on their journey by Chris Bevolo and Chris Boyer, a recognized leader in healthcare digital marketing and change management who has helped transform two large systems over the past five years and is now part of the ReviveHealth team.
"Being a champion of change in healthcare can be exhausting and sometimes lonely, so it’s nice to have friends who understand what you’re up against. At the Joe Public retreat we shared stories and traded tips with fellow communicators who were facilitating strategic change in their organizations. In a friendly, no-stress environment expertly facilitated by Chris Bevolo and his team, we became empowered to make significant changes to EMHS marketing plans and brand strategy that better reflected our consumer expectations. The results were highly successful. If you need to get outside the marketing box and take strategy to the next level, get yourself to the next Joe Public retreat!"
Suzanne Spruce, APR
Chief Communications Officer
EMHS of Maine