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Red Privet to Exhibit at 2017 Healthcare Marketing & Physician Strategies Summit

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Red Privet, a research-driven customer experience agency, will occupy exhibit booth #69 at the 22nd Annual Healthcare Marketing & Physician Strategies Summit, held from May 8-10 at the JW Marriott in Austin, TX.

The Summit brings together senior-level marketing, strategy, physician relations, sales, and business development executives from hospitals, health systems, academic medical centers, integrated networks, and medical groups across the country.  Attendees will discuss healthcare marketing challenges and strategies to tackling them head-on.

“We’re excited to take part in the Summit for the first time,” said Matt Hummel, President and Founder of Red Privet.  “At Red Privet, we design and develop digital healthcare solutions –but at our core we’re strategists and critical thinkers.  We’re looking forward to connecting with industry leaders to learn about and discuss their toughest customer experience problems.”

Red Privet’s services include customer experience strategy, customer research, journey mapping, enterprise websites, content strategy, secure portals, mobile apps, and usability.

“Healthcare is complicated.  We get that.  But, through deep customer insights, you can create experiences that make healthcare easier for patients to navigate,” said Hummel.

Learn how to connect with Red Privet at the Healthcare Marketing and Physician Strategies Summit:

About Red Privet, LLC
Founded in 2009, Red Privet is a customer research, digital design, and experience strategy firm that helps brands such as Johns Hopkins Medicine, Penn State Hershey Medical Center, and Geisinger Health System deliver the best digital experience to their customers - be it the quickest, most convenient, or most empathetic one possible. Combining immersive research, thoughtful design and innovative execution, Red Privet partners with its clients to create solutions that help real people navigate real life with confidence. They call it Design for Real Life℠.

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