MediXall Group Delivers 'For the Health of It' Powered by Health Karma
FORT LAUDERDALE, FL / ACCESSWIRE / March 18, 2021 / MediXall Group, Inc. (OTCQB:MDXL), a healthcare solutions provider, is pleased to announce the delivery of educational content through the For the Health of It blog created and managed by its subsidiary Health Karma.
Can providing educational content drive consumer awareness and customer acquisition? MediXall believes it can. The blog, created by the Health Karma team to provide a resource that consumers can depend on for all things health and wellness, provides readers with tips and tricks, COVID-19 information, understanding insurance how-to's, wellness insights and a mechanism to share personal stories and knowledge.
The company believes that educating consumers is the first step in the buyer's journey and builds trust and loyalty.
Since the recent announcement of the nationwide marketing campaign, in addition to delivering For the Health of It, the company has also established and continues to build active presence and engagement across the social media platforms of Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and LinkedIn. Direct to consumer marketing campaigns have been underway for the Health Karma solution.
"I am proud of our high-performance Health Karma team as they continue to execute on our aggressive plan. We are building brand awareness through several channels both for our direct to consumer and employer product offerings. Our dedicated Board of Advisors with decades of health experience have been instrumental in guiding and counseling us as we continue to strengthen our messaging and product offerings," stated Neil Swartz, CEO of MediXall Group, Inc.
To access For the Health of It, please go to https://blog.healthkarma.org/.
About MediXall Group, Inc.
MediXall Group, Inc. (OTCQB:MDXL) is a technology and innovation-driven organization purposefully designed and structured around delivering products and services to make it easier for consumers to learn, decide and pay for healthcare. The mission of MediXall Group is to revolutionize the healthcare industry by improving communication; providing better technology and support services; and enabling more efficient, cost-effective healthcare for the consumer. By approaching the entire healthcare ecosystem, MediXall creates, invests and incubates companies that embody its mission statement. For more information, please visit www.medixallgroup.com or call 954-908-3481.
About Health Karma, Inc.
Health Karma, a wholly owned subsidiary of MediXall Group, is a data-driven healthcare technology company that is on a mission to continually raise the bar of the healthcare experience by empowering people to understand and manage their entire health care journey anywhere, anytime, whether they have insurance or not. For more information, please visit www.gethealthkarma.com.
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