Telephone Town Hall Meeting (TTHM) is the premier provider of virtual forum production services for outreach to Medicare & Medicaid beneficiaries. Our team has produced thousands of Teletownhall events that connect medical insurance and health care providers with patients.
Here are some helpful add-ons that can make your telephone town halls even more successful. Before the telephone town hall meeting takes place, sending a p2p text alert to mobile phones of potential audience members encourages them to opt-in for the outbound teletownhall dial.
AEP is stressful time for providers and patients alike. Consider utilizing Teletownhalls to create meaningful interaction with members as you discuss 2022 benefits and work to retain patients.
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.
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.
Teletownhalls bring in participants who may lack consistent access to a computer/smartphone or a dedicated internet connection. Web Simulcasting, Webinar Integration and Web Registration provide a broad range of digital access options to our managed events. TTHM is dedicated to creating virtual forums that reach participants in their comfort zone.
Participants on the Congresswoman’s teletownhall had a lot of questions on how, when and where to get the vaccine. Nearly 90,000 people joined the forum, utilizing both English and Spanish participation options and submitting more than 150 questions.
Pennsylvania State Rep. Malcolm Kenyatta hosted a critical tele-town hall meeting to provide vaccine information to Philadelphia residents. Joining the call was special guest, Infectious Disease Specialist Dr. Shara Epstein from the Philadelphia Health Department. The hour-long call, managed by Tele Town Hall Meeting (TTHM), provided a significant opportunity for Rep. Kenyatta and Dr. Epstein to address the COVID-19 vaccine as well as address additional significant state and local issues. With over 35,000 residents called, and nearly 50 questions submitted by call participants, the call was successful in educating and updating residents.