Building for the Long Term Requires More than Moving the Needle #HealthIT #DataInsight

//Building for the Long Term Requires More than Moving the Needle #HealthIT #DataInsight

Building for the Long Term Requires More than Moving the Needle #HealthIT #DataInsight

Perhaps, what we need to remember when dealing with customer data is that the purpose of any company is to solve the need of a person. Lose sight of that and we’ve probably fallen trap to “short-termism” and left with nothing but counting website clicks and likes instead of actual customers.

Source: www.corepointhealth.com

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By | 2014-10-28T20:38:30+00:00 October 28th, 2014|Healthcare Marketing Strategy|Comments Off on Building for the Long Term Requires More than Moving the Needle #HealthIT #DataInsight

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