Maybe the expectation is, “Big budget lights, sets and costumes are the gold standard!” Maybe the worry is, “What if a real patient doesn’t do well on camera?” Let’s change the conversation: health video doesn’t have to be expensive or complicated.
The quality that overcomes both is authenticity. If it’s all makeup and scripted storylines, viewers may question the motivation of the people on screen — and maybe even the brands behind the camera.
Westbury, NY – Dramatic Health’s CEO and Co-Founder, Sean Moloney, gave opening and closing remarks at a special presentation hosted by Garden OB/GYN. The two companies presented to the audience the world premiere of three new health video series starring Garden OB/GYN founder, Michael Terrani. The first video of the night focused on Garden […]
Dramatic Health premiered the trailer for their upcoming video series, “HouseCalls: The Parkinson’s Caregiver Series,” during the 16th Annual Parkinson Council Gold Classic in Flourtown, PA. The event honored Charles Gehret, a Parkinson’s patient and the subject of the new series. The series documents the life of a Parkinson’s patient, the impact on family […]
June 15, 2015 – Dramatic Health has partnered with HealthGrades to produce a Hypothyroid series for the HealthGrades Personal Story Network. The series features four dynamic health stories about patients living with hypothyroidism. The series also features two episodes from Dramatic Health’s upcoming series: “Support Groups in Central Park,” in which patients gather in […]
On April 29th, Dramatic Health, Inc., Gilead Sciences, and Medscape launched the second installment of the innovative and successful Ranexa Video Case Study series. The eDetail program brings a real-patient story to life through the power of video, leveraging both the clinical and emotional elements of the challenges presented when diagnosing, treating, and managing […]