Traditionally, in the Healthcare space, television has been used primarily as a brand awareness vehicle. Yet no norm is too entrenched to stop Butler/Till Health from constantly searching for new ways to innovate and test in the name of greater efficiency and better results. In that spirit, we asked the question: can TV also be used to actually drive patient prescriptions on a short-term basis? Read the full case study below to learn the answer.
Our client was interested in learning whether a mass medium like television could influence patients to convert to script on a short-term basis despite typically being a brand awareness vehicle.
We built a short-term, scalable TV pilot using addressable and connected/OTT partnerships. We also implemented a customized measurement schedule to ensure data was stable and available early enough to inform budget decisions to be made prior to finalizing the next plan.
1:1 control vs. media-exposed methodology.
If positive ROI was achieved in the short term, we would increase investment in the following year.
1.5:1 ROAS at the close of the four-month campaign.
2:1 ROI Rx Impact projected six months after the close of the campaign.
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