patient safety quality healthcare

Online Opportunities

PSQH can deliver your marketing message on an exclusive basis to our opt-in email subscription list through our eBlast program. You provide your copy in a HTML format and we will blast your message out to our subscribers on a specific date of your choosing. The subscriber response to PSQH eBlasts has been substantial and offers an almost immediate source of new business lead generation.

PSQH added a video channel to our website offerings in 2011. Web visitors can now view educational videos, product demonstrations, case studies and corporate profile videos on demand at www.psqh.com. Your video will be available 24-7 on portable devices and personal computers. This is a great opportunity to provide education and thought leadership to interested prospects. Video has become an important marketing channel for most b2b advertisers.

In addition to print, Patient Safety & Quality Healthcare is also available in a fully interactive digital version. Readers can access current and archived issues of PSQH and view the entire print version by flipping the pages of the digital issue. PSQH Digital Issues have numerous interactive features including complete search functionality and interactive links to advertisers websites. All print advertisers receive complimentary advertising in the PSQH Digital Issues.

Webinars are one of the best lead generation programs. Your web-based audience can watch your presentation from the comfort of their office or on any portable media player. PSQH offers you a turnkey solution for the promotion of your event, the production and moderation of the webinar presentation and all the technical support you need to make your webinar a success. You choose the topic of the presentation and select the presentation participants/industry experts who will participate in the presentation.
 
The PSQH webinar promotion program includes:

•  Half-page print ad in PSQH
•  Your webinar archived on PSQH.com for six months
•  Advertising in PSQH eNews Alert
•  Two promotional e-blasts
•  Promotional mentions on LinkedIn, Twitter and Facebook

Your webinar presentation will be aggressively promoted in Patient Safety & Quality Healthcare magazine, the PSQH website and PSQH eNews Alert.

PSQH Can Help You Build Your Webinar Audience
Many companies produce their own webinars and promote attendance mainly to their own customer and prospect lists. PSQH can help you increase the attendance at future webinars and deliver content from past webinars to a new and interested audience. Your webinar will be posted to the webinar Section of the PSQH website and aggressively promoted through PSQH online channels and social networks. We will provide you with a customized landing page that will give you demographic information on all prospects viewing your webinar.

Medical & Healthcare Company Profile Pages
$500 per month

Your company and products can be featured on PSQH.com in the Company Profile section. A Company Profile is a full page description of your company, top executives and features and benefits of your patient safety /healthcare products and services. Your Company Profile can also be downloaded or viewed online. You provide the Company Profile copy and photographs and PSQH will design the page and post it to PSQH.com.


ADVERTISING CONTACT INFORMATION:

(A-J) John Davis
888.303.5639, ext. 226
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(K-Z) Aileen Kronke
888.303.5639, ext. 212

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Marvin Diamond
888.303.5639, ext. 208
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SPONSORS

ABQAURP American Society for Quality American Society for Quality Healthcare Division Consumers Advancing Patient Safety
EMPSF Institute for Safe Medical Practices
           
Medically Induced Trauma Support Services (MITSS) Medication Safety Officers Society NPSF Partnership for Patient Safety Society to Improve Diagnosis in Medicine