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HealthLink Dimensions Adds New Data Sets Amid COVID-19

As the largest healthcare database audited and certified by BPA Worldwide, HealthLink Dimensions is continuously vetting and sourcing new data to add to our master database of 1.7 million healthcare providers. Using real-world validation through our Provider Research Center team, state licenses, and other verification sources, HealthLink Dimensions recognized the need for additional data as it pertains to the effects of the pandemic. To better service our clients who need to reach specific audiences who have been affected by the pandemic, we’ve added data from CMS regarding volume of COVID-19 cases in nursing home facilities and the CDC’s data on hospitals and healthcare facilities that received relief funds from the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS).

“HealthLink Dimensions realizes the impact that COVID-19 has made on the way that B2B business is conducted in healthcare. By adding these new data sets, we are able to help brands who have products and services that can make a difference reach the right decision makers,” says Chris Lloyd, Vice President of Data Services at HealthLink Dimensions.

The new data sets are important for healthcare or pharma brands that need to target areas or healthcare facilities who are experiencing a large number of COVID-19 cases or those who may have HHS funds to use for business purposes. The data will be updated by the HealthLink Dimensions data team on a weekly basis so that we have the most up-to-date, accurate information available for our clients.

If you would like to learn more about how our data can help send your message to nursing homes and other healthcare facilities through email marketing or programmatic advertising campaigns, please fill out the form or contact us!


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