This Healthcare Company Found It Wasn’t Enough to Advertise Its Services. It Had to Build Trust in the Community.

This Healthcare Company Found It Wasn’t Enough to Advertise Its Services. It Had to Build Trust in the Community.

It can be difficult to cut through the advertising clutter with a strong message. In a market where advertisements are cluttered with buzzwords and vague messages, it can be difficult to cut through the clutter with a strong message. For Oak Street Health CEO Mike Pykosz, the fact that patients who use his company's services are 40 percent less likely to end up in the hospital was not enough to build a strong consumer base. By educating the community about the benefits of his services and forming strong relationships with each patient, Pykosz was able to grow Oak Street Health to its current level of success. Watch more videos from BizCast on its YouTube channel here. Entrepreneur Network is a premium video network providing entertainment, education and inspiration from successful entrepreneurs and thought leaders. We provide expertise and opportunities to accelerate brand growth and effectively monetize video and audio content distributed across all digital platforms for the business genre. EN is partnered with hundreds of top YouTube channels in the business vertical. Watch video from our network partners on demand on Roku, Apple TV and the Entrepreneur App available on iOS and Android devices. Click here to become a part of this growing video network.

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It can be difficult to cut through the advertising clutter with a strong message.

In a market where advertisements are cluttered with buzzwords and vague messages, it can be difficult to cut through the clutter with a strong message. For Oak Street Health CEO Mike Pykosz, the fact that patients who use his company’s services are 40 percent less likely to end up in the hospital was not enough to build a strong consumer base. By educating the community about the benefits of his services…

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