Healthcare Focus: Preparing for American Heart Month

The healthcare industry employs over 18 million people in the U.S., making it the largest employer in the country. Hospitals and healthcare organizations are always on the lookout for ways to stand out and differentiate from other organizations in the industry. Promotional products are a key category in keeping your organization’s name in front of patients, their families and members of the public. As a result, the healthcare industry currently spends over $1.5 billion per year on these items, ranking them fifth in promotional product spend. (Goldbond Inc. Healthcare Guide).

Many organizations use healthcare events to increase awareness. For example, the month of February utilizes red to promote heart health. Your organization can use promotional products to promote this awareness while also providing fun and useful items for employees, patients, families and events. Below are a few items that are perfect for American Heart Month:

Lanyard:
This is a great item to grab attention while holding your keys or name badge.

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Badge Holder:
This an easy way to promote heart health with an item you use each day at work.

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Silicon Bracelet:
Make your brand and cause visible with a bracelet in an eye-catching color.

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Healthy Heart Charts:
These can be branded and given to patients to promote heart health.

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Pen:
Pens are one of the most used promotional products. This item will have your employees and patients thinking of heart health all year!

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To download the list of key healthcare events coming up, click here! Contact your American Sales Associate to get started.

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To learn more about American Solutions for Business, visit http://www.americanbus.com.

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