Rise of the Millennials


Corrigan Partners Webinar-Rise of the Millenials April 12 2016









Join Us for an April 12 Webinar on Millennials and Healthcare

Some 80 million strong, Millennials are now the largest generation in U.S. history. Like the Baby Boomers in the 60s and 70s, they are taking the world by storm and will change it in radical and fundamental ways. Born between the mid-70s and early 2000s, they are digital natives, social communicators, ethnically diverse. And they are healthcare consumers (the leading edge of the Millennial generation is entering their late 30s) seeking maternity, pediatric, wellness, prevention and access for urgent care needs.

Are you ready for them?

Corrigan Partners is hosting a webinar on April 12, 2016 from 12 noon to 1:30 pm EDT to explore Millennial values, expectations and behaviors when it comes to healthcare. Presented by BVK senior vice president Tamalyn Powell, who led the firm’s research project on this topic, the session will offer an overview of what makes this generation tick, how they make buying decisions in general, as well as unique insights on their expectations of healthcare providers.

Please join us. The webinar is free of charge but requires advance registration to receive the login information for the program. Registration is easy. Simply send an email to Lisa Burris (lisa@corriganpartners.com).


One response to “Rise of the Millennials

  1. This is important to know especially because of today Millennials, like myself, are the lead generation. I enjoyed this article. I know some families that are searching for home care services because I work at eshcs.com. There are some millennials who need to find care for their loved ones. Thank you for sharing, and I’ll share this with our families.

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