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HealthDay Now is a magazine-styled video news show, presented by HealthDay broadcast journalist Mabel Jong. In each installment Mabel discusses topical health issues with experts in their field. HealthDay Now offers excellent insight into the critical thinking behind public health administration, and also goes behind the scenes of the latest scientific research. This informative video news product is ideal for driving client engagement.
What is HealthDay Now?<p>In 2021, HealthDay launched the latest addition to our extensive product line-up, called HealthDay Now. Award-winning HealthDay broadcast journalist Mabel Jong - a former news anchor and correspondent with CNBC, NBC News and ABC News - delivers the latest news headlines and discusses topical health issues with experts in that field</p><p>HealthDay Now offers the latest news in video format an excellent insight into the critical thinking behind public health administration, and also goes behind the scenes in terms of the latest scientific research.</p>
Why Do Leading Medical Media and Hospitals Use HealthDay Now?<p>In-house access to the very latest health news stories, the ability to attract top level experts from each health specialty, an accomplished news anchor and over 20 years of expertise in the creation of content to drive client engagement, all means that HealthDay is ideally placed to deliver excellent video news services. Video of course, is one of the hottest areas in health media today. HealthDay Now enables our clients to provide top quality video news content to their social media or website without having to do any production or technical integration on their own. This provides consistent content to engage users/patients and opens the door for clients to then communicate company information or marketing materials. </p>
How it is Delivered<p>HealthDay Now is delivered from our broadcast platform directly to your destination. Each video can be delivered as an iFrame, directly to client websites, eliminating or reducing data transfer times and disk/cloud storage issues. We can also provide the raw mp4 if so desired. In certain cases, if our interviews are live streamed, we can broadcast directly to clients social media channels. This may require minor settings involving RTMP, but for most social media destinations all that is necessary is that you provide access. For more information on live broadcasting directly to your social media, please reach out to HealthDay's sales team.</p>
How HealthDay Now Evolved to Meet Client Needs<p>The COVID-19 pandemic certainly expedited the need for video content, and access to opinion and advice from key thought leaders. From the onset of the pandemic, HealthDay gave clients access to bi-weekly live streamed interviews with public health experts, through our streaming service HD Live! Throughout 2020, HealthDay worked with clients to establish needs and requirements, and eventually broadened the video offering to incorporate the latest news headlines ahead of each interview, and an in-depth video review of a topical health news story. As a result of iterative feedback feeding product development, HealthDay Now was launched in the spring of 2021; giving clients exactly what they requested-consistent video news content, including interview segments with key opinion leaders. </p>
The stories contain step-by-step guides to diseases and conditions, ranging from how a baby develops and grows, to memory care for Alzheimer's patients. Resources include information on disease and condition management, prevention and self-care, when to consult a physician, what to ask the physician and educational quizzes to test knowledge and track symptom progression.
What is HealthDay’s Wellness Library?<p>HealthDay's Wellness Library is a collection of more than 1,500 original encyclopedic health and medical articles. The reference-style library features informative articles, special reports, first-person essays, quizzes and much more. Arranged into 42 topic centers ranging from Alzheimer's to Women's Health, the Wellness Library offers "what you need to know" content on a wide variety of topics.</p><p>The stories contain step-by-step guides to diseases and conditions, ranging from how a baby develops and grows, to memory care for Alzheimer's patients. Resources include information on disease and condition management, prevention and self-care, when to consult a physician, what to ask the physician and educational quizzes to test knowledge and track symptom progression.</p>
Why Do Leading Medical Media and Hospitals Use the Wellness Library?<p>While large research hospitals may have ample resources to create their own health and wellness libraries, regional hospitals and health facilities such as Citrus Valley Health Partners, Community Foundation of Northwest Indiana and Northern Hospital of Surry County know they need to provide basic patient education as part of their service. They turn to HealthDay's Wellness Library as a turn-key solution for a fraction the cost of making it themselves. HealthDay even takes care of reviewing and updating the content annually to ensure it stays up to date.</p><p>This deep and focused body of easy-to-understand and informative content is an excellent reference tool for engaging clients. Because of the highly granular nature of the content, clients find exactly what they are interested in reading, thus reducing bounce rates. The Wellness Library is also an excellent range of content from an SEO client acquisition standpoint.</p><p>Clients whose business model depends upon client behavioral change, such as wellness platforms, leverage this content to educate and inspire clients. </p>
HealthDay Living is an extensive library of high quality Mp4 health and wellness videos, each 60-75 seconds in length. Videos are categorized into 6 main subject areas: Diet and Fitness, Health & Wellness, Nutritious Foods, Healthy Recipes, Beauty Tips and Personal Relationships.