Scroll down for sponsorship details. For questions or to reserve your topic, please call or email Nancy Wilcox, Director of Sales and Marketing, 303-335-6009 or nwilcox@healthsystemCIO.com
healthsystemCIO.com produces weekly webinars featuring the industry’s top CIO’s. You can select a topic listed in the Calendar below or we will work with you to put together a webinar on the topic of your choice, featuring your CIO customers – generating brand awareness and leads for your sales team.
- March 22 – Examining a Vendor Data Center & Colocation Model: A Three-Part Webinar Series. Part 2: Colocation Provider Selection, Contracting & Migration: Setting Yourself Up for Success Featuring Chuck Podesta, CIO, UC Irvine Health; Arthur Ream, Senior Director of IT Applications, CISO, Cambridge Health Alliance & Chris Bair, VP, Iron Mountain Data Centers (Sponsored by Iron Mountain)
- HIT Policy Update with John Halamka, MD, CIO, BIDMC (3/29) Sponsored by athenahealth
- April 26 – Examining a Vendor Data Center & Colocation Model: A Three-Part Webinar Series. Part 3: Keys to Thriving in a Colocation Environment: Making Your Marriage Work Featuring Chuck Podesta, CIO, UC Irvine Health; Arthur Ream, Senior Director of IT Applications, CISO, Cambridge Health Alliance & Chris Bair, VP, Iron Mountain Data Centers (Sponsored by Iron Mountain)
– Each Webinar listed below is available for sponsorship unless otherwise noted
– Sponsorship details and benefits can be found below the calendar
– If you are interested in a topic email Nancy Wilcox for the complete webinar write-up
– Don’t see the right topic for you? Our editors can quickly craft a custom proposal on the topic of your choice
|March 13||Custom Webinar – Sponsor Selects Topic|
|March 15||Ransomware Alert – The Latest Thinking on Threats and Responses|
|March 22||Cloud and Co-Location Series Part 2 0f 3 – Sponsored by Iron Mountain|
|March 27||Tackling the Patient Identification Problem|
|March 29||Quarterly HIT Policy Update with Dr. Halamka – Sponsored by athenahealth, Inc.|
|April 3||The State of Predictive Analytics: What’s Being Achieved Today?|
|April 10||Interoperability Reality Check: How Far Have We Come?|
|April 12||Available for a Custom Webinar – Sponsor Selects Topic|
|April 17||Telehealth – Equipping Your Clinicians to Extend their Reach|
|April 24 April 26||Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning: Recent Accomplishments & Latest Thinking Cloud and Co-Location Series Part 3 of 3 – Sponsored by Iron Mountain|
|May 1||Imaging Update: Marrying Scans and the EMR|
|May 8||The State of Security – Current Threats, Defenses & Responses|
|May 10||Available for a Custom Webinar – Sponsor Selects Topic|
|May 15||Rethinking Patient Engagement – What Do They Really Want?|
|May 22||From Security to Contracting: Best Practices in Cloud Migrations|
|May 31||Where’s Dr. Smith? Proven Unified Communications Approaches|
|June 5||Data Governance’s 1st Painful Step: Getting Buy-in on Definitions|
|June 12||Creating a Population Health Strategy That Scales|
|June 14||Custom Webinar – Sponsor Selects Topic|
|June 19||Beyond Import/Export – Holistic Data Migration Approaches|
|June 26||Supporting the Revenue Cycle with New Technologies|
Webinar Sponsorship Details:
- Cost – $7,750
- One Sponsor per webinar
- Sponsor receives complete registration and attendee reports (Name, Title, Company, Address, Phone, eMail Address)
- healthsystemCIO.com handles all speaker recruitment and prep
- Sponsor logo on presentation slides, registration page and in email promotions
- Sponsor receives MP4 file of the Webinar for their use
- Webinar archive is posted to the healthsystemCIO.com YouTube Channel
- Live TweetChat during webinar
- Sponsor can ask live polling questions during the webinar
Are you interested in sponsoring a healthsystemCIO.com webinar but nothing on our Calendar lines up with your objectives? Then a Custom Webinar is the perfect fit. We work closely with you to craft your ideal webinar, here are the details –
- Cost – $7,750
- We work together to select the webinar date
- We work together on the webinar topic – You give us the topic and we give you a title and overview to edit/approve
- We work together on the speaker list
- We handle all speaker recruitment and prep
- Sponsor has the option of adding an executive from their team to the panel
- Once the date, topic and speakers are set, we do the rest – working with the speakers on their presentation, all promotion and logistics
If you are looking to own market mindshare for a particular topic or set of topics, our Webinar Series is the way to go. We follow the steps outlined above and produce four webinars in a year for you. Our Quarterly Webinar Sponsors have very few deliverables, allowing time for other responsibilities while continuing to keep branding top of mind and pipelines full. Cost – $24,000 – $6,000/Webinar
Webinar Sponsorship FAQs
What is the size of your email distribution for webinar promotion?
We have over 9,000 opt-in subscribers and more than 300 CIOs on our Advisory Panel. The size of our list, although smaller than some of our competitors, is not a hindrance to our business. A lot of media companies are a “mile wide and an inch deep,” meaning they reach everyone and write for everyone. We are an “inch wide and a mile deep,” with a focus on hospital and health system CIOs. That is how we are able to consistently produce webinars featuring the top CIOs in the country. We don’t pay speaking fees — the CIOs want to use our platform and audience reach to educate their peers. Because we produce on average of one webinar per week, we have the processes down to a science — from building the programs with our sponsors straight through to live event production and follow up.
How do you promote your webinars?
Each event is promoted with an event-specific email to our entire list twice and is posted on our website. Promotion extends far beyond our list with our robust social media activity. Kate Gamble, our Managing Editor/Director of Social Media, posts each event on our LinkedIn and Facebook pages and sends targeted Tweets with topic specific #s. We also run targeted advertisements for each event on LinkedIn.
How does the registration break down in terms of the types of facilities that the CIOs represent?
Each webinar brings in different types of facilities. Take a look at our YouTube Channel and select an event where the topic and/or speakers is appealing to you, and we are happy to send you the title and facility list of the registrations so you can know exactly what we bring to the table.
What is your average number of registrations per webinar?
This number varies widely based on topic and speakers. Our 2016 average is 134 Registrations with a year high of 228 and a year low of 83. For the events that don’t perform to the clients expectations, we are happy to explore additional avenues of branding and lead generation so our clients are always thrilled.
Do you guarantee leads?
We don’t guarantee leads but we have open discussions with our sponsors on expectations and how best to reach the target number. We focus on quality over quantity. A busy CIO will sign up for a webinar where they are interested in the content.
Can vendors suggest the webinar subject?
In our Custom Webinar model, the sponsor suggests the webinar topic and we write a title and overview based on what we think our audience will respond to. Sponsors edit and approve the title and overview.
Do you recruit speakers from vendors?
We handle all speaker recruitment based on sponsors’ suggestions. Speakers can either be from the sponsoring company, a client of the sponsoring company, an analyst or a combination set in a roundtable format.
What are the different webinar formats?
We can either have a straight PowerPoint supported presentation with one or two speakers or we can host a roundtable discussion where the sponsor helps direct the panel questions before the event. All webinars are hosted and moderated by our Editor-in-Chief Anthony Guerra.
What is the lead time to produce a Webinar?
Ideally, we prefer to have six weeks from first conversation to webinar event date. We can truncate this timeline to four weeks if topic and speakers are already established and confirmed when discussion begins.
Who does the sponsor work with to produce a Webinar?
From start to finish, the sponsor works with Nancy Wilcox, Director of Sales and Marketing, on the Webinar logistics and Anthony Guerra, Editor-in-Chief, on webinar content.
One webinar is $7,500 – the cost doesn’t change for any reason and there are never any surprise up-charges.
Nancy Wilcox, Director of Sales and Marketing