Health Care Advantage connects value-based care organizations across the country with Medicare-eligible individuals in their communities. Whether you are just starting out or you’re an established value-based care group, our experienced marketing team can help you develop a custom mix of strategic solutions to meet your needs, goals and budget.
A: You could promote your own practice, but that requires time and resources. Wouldn’t you rather work with an established company with a reputation for
marketing value-based care organizations? That’s what you get with Health Care Advantage – peace of mind knowing you’re growing your practice with the freedom to focus on what you do best.
A: Once you join the Health Care Advantage network, our team will work directly with you and your staff to create a detailed sales, operations and communications plan. We will get to know your practice and provide an integrated marketing strategy to help you reach your goals. That might include scheduling events, sending out postcards, using digital advertising or simply refining your in-office processes. We are not just a consulting partner; we strive to become an extended part of your marketing team. Through ongoing strategy and support, we hope to provide enduring value to you and your patients.
A: Health Care Advantage markets to Medicare-eligible individuals within a tight radius around your practice location. We focus our efforts on people who are
interested in taking an active role in improving their health care. Often, these patients are already on a Medicare plan and may be unsatisfied with their current
health care experience.
A: Yes. Health Care Advantage can benefit any practice that takes a value-based approach to health care. Whether you are a standalone office or part of a larger physician network, reach out to learn how we could work together.
A: If you want to be connected with a steady stream of highly-qualified patients who are empowered to improve their health outcomes, we can help. Health Care Advantage typically partners with health care practices, managed service organizations, private equity groups and venture capitalist firms that are invested in the value-based care movement.