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4 Sample Posts, 4 Blog Post Lengths: A Writer's Perspective For Healthcare Topics

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One of our stellar writers crafted this series of 4 posts in the healthcare industry to show what to expect at each of BlogMutt's tiers: 250+, 600+, 900+, 1200+ words/post.
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April 14, 2017

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4 Sample Posts, 4 Blog Post Lengths: A Writer's Perspective For Healthcare Topics

Editor's note: We worked with one of BlogMutt's amazing writers, Janelle Behr, on this series of four posts to give a good, concrete idea of the kind of content you can expect at each of BlogMutt's word counts: 250+, 600+, 900+, and 1200+ words per post.

This series focuses on samples from the healthcare/medical industry specifically, all focused on the same keyword across every word length: patient blood management.

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BY BlogMutt
April 14, 2017

Healthcare Sample Post: Patient Blood Management - A New Gold Standard

This is one post in a series of sample posts entitled 4 Sample Posts, 4 Blog Post Lengths: A Writer's Perspective For Healthcare Topics, all written by the same writer, to showcase what sorts of posts you'd receive at each of BlogMutt's word count lengths targeting the same keyword: patient blood management.

This particular post is what you can expect in terms of depth of content and quality at the 1200+ word tier for the healthcare or medical industry—an exhaustive exploration of a complex topic or a longer form post as a potential white paper or thought leadership piece.


 

By Janelle Behr

Approximately 32,000 units of blood are used in the United States each day. There's no doubt this precious resource is valuable when it comes to saving lives. However, according to the American Medical Association (AMA), blood transfusions are one of the most overused treatments.

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BY BlogMutt
April 14, 2017

Healthcare Sample Post: 6 Reasons Your Organization Should Practice Patient Blood Management

This is one post as a part of a series of sample posts entitled 4 Sample Posts, 4 Blog Post Lengths: A Writer's Perspective For Healthcare Topics, all written by the same writer, to showcase what sorts of posts you'd receive at each of BlogMutt's word count lengths targeting the same keyword: patient blood management.

This particular post is what you can expect in terms of depth of content and quality at the 900+ word tier for the healthcare or medical industry—an in-depth list or exploration of a complex topic.


 

By Janelle Behr

One out of every 10 people entering a hospital needs a blood transfusion. While the blood supply is safer than ever, the CDC lists numerous complications including allergic reactions, acute and delayed hemolytic transfusion reaction, hypotensive transfusion reaction, transfusion-associated circulatory overload (TACO), transfusion-transmitted infection (TTI), and numerous other complications that are completely foreign to patients. Simple statistics reveal that reducing the number of transfusions will reduce the risks and number of complications.

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BY BlogMutt
April 14, 2017

Healthcare Sample Post: Patient Blood Management - Are Your Patients Getting Old Blood?

This is one post in a series of sample posts entitled 4 Sample Posts, 4 Blog Post Lengths: A Writer's Perspective For Healthcare Topics, all written by the same writer, to showcase what sorts of posts you'd receive at each of BlogMutt's word count lengths on the same targeted keyword: patient blood management.

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BY BlogMutt
April 14, 2017

Healthcare Sample Post: Reaping The Benefits Of Patient Blood Management Techniques Yet?

This is one post as a part of a series of sample posts entitled 4 Sample Posts, 4 Blog Post Lengths: A Writer's Perspective For Healthcare Topics, all by the same writer, Janelle Behr, to showcase what sorts of posts you'd receive at each of BlogMutt's word count lengths with the same keyword target: patient blood management.

This particular post is what you can expect in terms of depth of content and quality at the 250+ word tier for the medical or healthcare industry—a brief post to explain an issue or a short list.


 

By Janelle Behr

Decades ago, the storage and transfusion of blood was cutting edge technology. Now, reducing the number of transfusions is cutting edge technology.

Leaders in medical care, such as Johns Hopkins, Duke University Medical Center, Columbia Medical Center, and Mount Sinai Beth Israel have been using formal blood management programs for years. What's behind the turnaround? How can your hospital benefit from patient blood management (PBM) techniques?

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BY BlogMutt
April 14, 2017

Seven Tips on Blogging for a Hospital

You are looking for ideas for blogging for a hospital, and we're here to help.  A hospital deals with crucial health matters daily. You may have patients who have terminal or otherwise serious conditions, such as cancer, heart disease, and diabetes. They, and their relatives, may look to your blog for encouragement, so likability is critical. Here are seven tips that should aid you on your way.

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BY BlogMutt
July 30, 2015