Health care is the largest, fastest-growing and most complex industry in the world. The industry’s growth is due, in part, to increasing demand propelled by health care reform, a large and growing aging population, technology advancements and biopharmaceutical innovation. Ensuring access to affordable, high quality health care engages providers, insurers, biopharmaceutical companies, patients and, of course, policymakers. SevenTwenty Strategies counts among its clients leading organizations across the health care sector with whom we partner to maximize their opportunities to share in the health care conversation and grow their influence.
We have been involved in the most significant health care debates at the legislative and regulatory levels since 1999.
Our leadership has worked to advance some of the most important issues of the day for clients. We have successfully framed issues to educate media, policymakers, health consumers and other stakeholders inside the Beltway, as well as in key districts and states nationwide.
The Federation of American Hospitals provided valuable content to its members, but with so much content, the site could feel overwhelming. FAH needed a new site structure, organization and look and feel to deliver content in a fresh, modern way. See how SevenTwenty helped.
Challenged by the changing health care landscape, our client—a professional trade association that recently merged with a likeminded group consisting of primary care providers—sought to brand themselves with the Washington, DC policy elite. Learn how we helped make that possible.
SevenTwenty and its clients are at the forefront of shaping policy, building brand awareness and creating our nation’s health care future. Together, we have developed the first statistical model for predicting the propensity of citizens to become advocates for health care issues, recruiting more than 2 million people to contact their Members of Congress. We created the pharmaceutical industry’s first graphical “footprint” or asset map of its vendors and suppliers’ financial contributions to the US economy. And, we have helped multiple Fortune 500 health care organizations take their first steps into the political arena, by creating and launching their corporate PACs.