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State of the Podcast #1

14 minutes

Our first State of the Podcast episode! We've been going for 3 years, and we've experienced a lot of growth and success. In this episode, we cover four key topics to shed some light on where we’re focusing our efforts and how we’re having an impact.

1) Metrics - Our shows have had over 200,000 downloads, 15,000 followers

2) Community - We've developed a network of Ambassadors and a global, engaged audience

3) Partnerships - Dozens of partners supporting our growth, relationships and content creation

4) Launch of Health Podcast Network to feature other great podcasts that help advance health, care and well-being

We also cover the service mindset, and how we work to provide value through service to our listeners, partners and sponsors.

Thanks for tuning in and being a part of the community! We appreciate the time, focus and hard work you put in to help improve healthcare, and we are pleased to help develop connections and collaborations through the Digital Health Today platform. Please get in touch if there's something we can do to help.

Get in touch:

- Twitter @healthtechdan

- Email: dan@digitalhealthtoday.com

- Find more on our website at DigitalHealthToday.com/podcasts

- Join the Health Podcast Network at HealthPodcastNetwork.com

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