TTHM Tech Blog
Bringing Labor Together with Multi-Language Broadcasts
Members who speak languages other than English are eager to fully participate in union activities, and we bridge that gap with Alternate Language Simulcasting.
Clarify COVID & Vaccine Guidelines for Your Community
Telephone Town Hall Meeting (TTHM) has been extremely successful in helping clients communicate urgent and ongoing COVID-related information. Public-facing entities need to explain the current situation, set expectations for the future, and detail a broader plan for the COVID pandemic. Many of our clients feature expert guests from medical, advocacy and public policy backgrounds.
Organized Labor Copes with COVID Changing Work Rules
Like most of our labor clients, SEIU 503 in Oregon already uses Teletownhalls to keep its members updated. Forums typically focus on bargaining, reporting workplace issues, and utilizing the resources of the union. It was a natural step for 503 to call the entire membership for a discussion on how the new mandate affects workers in Oregon.
Retaining Medicare Patients through ANoC and AEP
Unpacking benefit changes delivered in legalese is difficult for many Medicare recipients. We use live forums to explain changes and answer general member questions. Our Teletownhall service has proven to be an effective Medicare patient retention tool leading into the annual open enrollment period. Combined with our peer-to-peer MMS/SMS text service (P2P Text Alerts), TTHM Teletownhalls can deliver detailed information to a large member audience efficiently.
Effective Peer-to-Peer P2P Texting Campaigns
You probably already know what P2P Text Alerts are, who uses Text Alerts, how peer-to-peer texting works, and the difference between SMS and MMS. If not, TTHM can educate you on this dynamic mass-text technology.
TTHM Featured Client: City of Dallas
The City of Dallas ran its first TTHM teletownhalls in August of 2013. Since then, Dallas has grown its use of our virtual forum technology to include more residents each year. Dallas was our first client to insist on including a Spanish-language participation option for every single teletownhall forum.