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January 04, 2017

Keys to Building Your Grateful Patient Program: How One Institution Optimized the Opportunity

Keys to Building Your Grateful Patient Program:
How One Institution Optimized the Opportunity


Grateful patient referrals represent a tremendous philanthropic opportunity at healthcare organizations. But how do you get started?


Advancement Resources invites you to explore the topic at our breakfast roundtable, Keys to Building Your Grateful Patient Program: How One Institution Optimized the Opportunity, at the CASE District I Annual Conference on January 26, 2017, from 8:00 – 8:45 AM.


Participants will explore the innovative training and grateful patient and family referral strategies utilized by Dartmouth-Hitchcock, which have led to more than $20 million in philanthropic investments. The session will include take-away action items to help your team achieve optimal philanthropic success. Session content will include:


  • Planning steps for developing an effective grateful patient and family referral strategy.
  • Managing tactical implementation for the overarching grateful patient/family referral strategy.
  • Applying techniques for engaging physicians and clinical and research leaders within their organizations to achieve four key outcomes.

Join Richard Peck, Director of Leadership Initiatives and Gift Planning at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Health, and Darrell Godfrey, Senior Vice President at Advancement Resources, as they lead a dynamic discussion around the inspiring story of Dartmouth-Hitchcock’s dedication to building a robust culture of philanthropy.


The CASE District I Annual Conference will be held January 26–27, 2017, in Boston, MA. We encourage you to participate in the breakfast roundtable and visit with our team to learn how Advancement Resources may be able to partner with your organization to optimize philanthropic opportunities. We hope to see you there!





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