Health Video Strategy 101 is an ongoing column by the staff of Dramatic Health in order to teach our readers about some of the important lessons Dramatic Health has learned in its 15 years of developing health video. This week learn why authenticity matters.
Immersive, narrative video engages users. Interactive video activates them. Activated Viewers choose the content they care most about and take actions that engage them with your brand. They interact with the storylines and get the information they want and need.
Dr. Jessica Israel teaches audiences about how to plan for end of life and why it matters in a new series by Dramatic Health. House Calls: End of Life is being produced in partnership with RJWBarnabas and stars the hospital’s chair of geriatrics. The full series will drop in Spring 2018.
Friends: Each year we film hundreds of people who face health and wellness challenges. Our video trailer for 2017 (above) celebrates our 15th anniversary and the patients, physicians, and caregivers who shared their stories for the benefit of educating and inspiring others. It’s a reminder that there is a story behind every patient. And it reminds us of […]
Medscape TV premieres Waiting to Pounce: When Varicella Returns, produced by Dramatic Health Medscape TV released a three-part series about shingles, Waiting to Pounce: When Varicella Returns. The series was produced by Dramatic Health and filmed in NYU Langone. Watch the full series. Hospital share an international story of hope Mayo Clinic launched a new video […]
Dramatic Health launches groundbreaking web-series, Unraveling Microcephaly Dramatic Health is releasing a new series that will help demystify microcephaly. The project is the first international production Dramatic Health has produced, featuring Dr. Sheila Kibrit of APAE Brasil and Dr. Boris Petrikovsky of Garden OB-GYN in New York. Watch the full series. New York hospital announces […]