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  • 1. EMERGING TRENDS INCUSTOMER SERVICEInsight into new directions and newexpectations for customer service
  • 2. Areas of change in CustomerService Personalization Customers want customer service that is tailored to their individual needs. Customers want personalized service and products. Technology Technology is the engine that will allow much of the customization (personalization) Globalization Changing demographics (characteristics such as age, income, sex, occupation) will also account for changes in customer service. With ageing baby boomers and young people becoming active consumerscompanies will have to respond.
  • 3. Personalization What does Personalization mean to you? How do you experience personalization as a customer or client? TECHNOLOGY has made one-to-one customer relationships possible Today, computers and point of sale electronic data gathering devices make customer service easy. Companies now track individual preferences, poll customers about their needs, and customize services and products to meet those needs.
  • 4. A Shift in Marketing There has been a shift in marketing approaches from sending mass marketing (the same message to many individuals) to individual marketing, one-to-one marketing (customized messages for an individual).Examples Letter from your healthcare provider personalized to you E-newsletter from your doctor/dentist personalized for you Personalized appointment reminder Individualized sweepstakes letters (Publishers Clearinghouse)
  • 5. A Shift in Marketing continued Online retailers give customers a personal experience by keeping previous customer information in a database so that when customers return their buying preferences will be known and companies can suggest complimentary products.What does one-to-one marketing do? One-to-one marketing serves to create important ongoing relationships with customers. The marketing approach provides for a wide range of customer needs. Companies now try to gather as much information about their customers as possible so that they can respond to their needs.
  • 6. Emerging Trends in Personalization forHealthcare Healthcare facilities are increasingly focusing on changing and improving the client experience. Technology has also been a driving force in the Personalization for Healthcare.
  • 7. E-HealthElectronic Medical Records, the ultimate in patient care (client customization) Electronic Medical Record Systems (EMR systems) will enable physicians and nurse practitioners to securely access vital patient information including diagnostic images, blood test results, drug histories and clinical reports. EMRs will provide physicians and nurse practitioners with a better picture of their patients overall health resulting in better informed care decisions. Source: http://www.infoway- inforoute.ca/about- infoway/news/news-releases/637
  • 8. A look into the future of healthcare
  • 9. Drug Vending Machines Drug Vending machines are ATM style machines that dispense prescription drugs. These machines have an automated drug delivery system with an audio-visual link to a pharmacist. Source: http://www.cbc.ca/health/story/2010/ 06/22/con-medicine-machine.html
  • 10. Drug Vending Machinesthe wayof the future?
  • 11. Robots replacing nurses? No this is not a Sci-Fi film, these robots would provide direct care, such as bathing and walking patients, as well as assessing patients and handing out medications. Source: http://torontoemerg.wordpress.com/2 010/04/01/robots-to-replace-nurses- in-ontario-hospitals/
  • 12. Robotic Nurses
  • 13. Mobile Phone Ehealth A Mobile Phone Based Remote Patient Monitoring System For Chronic Disease Management allows for the use of mobile phones and newly introduced Bluetooth-enabled medical devices to transmit patient physiological information , (blood pressure, glucose, weight etc) from the patients home to a central repository where alerts and reports can be generated and delivered to both patient and healthcare provider. Source: http://www.ehealthinnovation.org/dh /
  • 14. Mobile Phone Ehealth
  • 15. Virtual Reality Healthcare Virtually Reality Healthcare provides doctors an opportunity to perform tasks in a risk-free environment. VR Technologies make training accessible for a large number of students and somewhat eliminates the necessity of having an experienced doctor on hand to assist with new doctor training. VR Technologies combine virtual reality simulation, video and voice recognition Sources: http://www.jabfm.org/cgi/content/full/22/4/387, http://www.kaloramainformation.com/Virtual- Reality-Applications-1514009/
  • 16. Virtual Reality Healthcare http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/uk_news/england/79 47192.stm
  • 17. Interactive Medicine Curious about medical/dental procedures. How are they performed? How long do they take? What are the risks? What about interactive training for various procedures? Step into the world of Interactive medicine where symptoms, diagnosis and treatments, procedures and training are all available the click of a mouse.
  • 18. Interactive Medicine http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=smOW97d2i a0
  • 19. One-to-One opportunities with Internal customers Managers who keep in tune with their EMPLOYEES WANTS, NEEDS, DESIRES, PREFERENCES and TALENTS and strive to build long-term relationships with employees..can create long lasting benefits for the employee and the company. The best managers get to know their employees and understand their needs and wants, they ask for input and suggestions therefore opening the channels of communication. One way companies can strive to satisfy their employees needs is through the use of employee benefits. Day-care assistance Health club membership College tuition assistance Flex-time working options Employees should be viewed by companies as unique individuals with individual wants and needs.
  • 20. Organizations must recognize changingdemographics and rethink customer serviceapproaches Tomorrows customers will be more diverse. Customers will come from a wider range of cultures, belief systems, races and ages. Many demographic factors will affect organizational approaches to customer service; People are increasingly mobile Changing jobs is more commonplaceemployees expectations are different from a generation ago Employees dont usually stay with the same company for their lifetimewhen an employer does not provide meaningful work, employees are quick to change jobs More women in the full-time workforce More s