In this webinar, we explain and demonstrate how to strengthen patient-relationships with mobile apps.
The outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic marks a major turning point for healthcare as health systems are forced – now more than ever – to implement and accelerate projects for digital tools to continue serving patients.
In this webinar, Open Web Technology will explain together with Roche and Swiss Medical Network, through live-demonstrations various techniques that healthcare-companies should consider in order to onboard end-users onto their digital platform with the aim to build and strengthen valuable relationships with their end-users.
You will learn how to provide a unique customer experience, encourage your patients to download the app, and create value to ensure they keep using it over time.
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About Markus Almer
For the past 20 years, Markus has been helping clients reshape their business, invent new products and transform their organization with innovative digital technology. He uses his experience in the health industry and knowledge gained in the US to help teams and leaders to successfully make the transformation to a digital powerhouse.
Before joining Open Web Technology, Markus was Head of Digital Marketing & Customer Experience at Aevis Victoria SA. He oversaw the company’s various digital healthcare initiatives. Previously Markus held roles as VP of Sales and Marketing as well as Director of Business Development at technology companies where he was responsible for sales and marketing teams, go-to market strategies and innovation projects. Markus was co-founder of Almer/Blank, a digital agency in Los Angeles. He worked with clients including Toyota, Honda, Apple and IKEA to develop enterprise level applications for web and mobile. He invented a medical device planning software that was later acquired by Medtronic. Markus brings valuable entrepreneurial expertise combined with proven leadership and international business skills. He earned a Master’s degree in Business Administration from the University of Zurich. Markus grew up in Switzerland and lived for 15 years in sunny California.