Patients have a myriad of needs along the long and difficult process of choosing healthcare and coverage. We met with patients and business leaders from around the country to better understand their purchasing motivations during the phases of Discovery, Exploration, Engagement and Consideration, Comparison, and Enrollment. We then created a communication strategy that embodied the ideals of “Thrive” and satisfied the needs of KP’s healthcare shoppers.
Shopper Care became the embodiment of the ideals of the Thrive campaign and were brought to life in the digital world. At the foundation of the approach, Shopper Care teaches consumers the values of an integrated approach to care and coverage, answers their questions, and helps them make better decisions.
To prepare the Kaiser team, AMP created guidelines and tools to use when building digital experiences to ensure they would be consistent with the tenets of Shopper Care. So, when Kaiser Permanente was preparing their products for the newly-created exchanges, and their flagship digital destination along with it, Shopper Care was the basis for creating a simple and usable version of shopper-facing digital content.
AMP was tasked with leveraging the learnings from our consumer research into a new set of business-critical digital destinations for KP, routing users to content for health plans, services, and locations. The resulting journeys were built using clear communication and insights about shopper needs. Each element of the journey served a specific purpose and was designed for a particular audience. The communication approach used simple, human language, and didn’t inundate any user with more content than they cared to consume.
Once the new front doors were up and running and we validated that the new approaches to content and communication were working, KP was eager to share a new standard toolkit of design, content, and communication with their enterprise. AMP was tasked with the creation of a new Digital Brand Guideline system to be enacted across the enterprise’s many channels and organizations.
AMP initially focused on the home page design and content for KP.org and the “Thrive” sites, developing the content strategy and ultimately building the new experiences. The new KP front door and Thrive landing pages made it easy for consumers to understand the benefits of care and coverage from Kaiser Permanente, and helped folks find the best plan for themselves and their dependents. In addition, the Viva Bien experience provided the same, friendly experience to consumers who speak Spanish.
KP knew that its corporate and regional marketing efforts could benefit by further implementing the successful Shopper Care-driven content strategy across their marketing and advertising channels. AMP created this vision and developed a new approach to highly-targeted media and content, bringing medical offices and centers into the process, targeting local consumers, and using the calendars of actual locations to invite would-be members to experience the KP difference firsthand.
In under a year, AMP worked to design a new online experience that combined KP’s core belief in personalized care in a digital world and created a seamless connection between patients and caregivers. The platform allows the Parkinson’s community to connect online and ask and receiver answers to important questions. We delivered on the mission to provide a place for loving support to patients and families from experts and caregivers.