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Advocacy in Ambulatory Care

Ambulatory Care Elevator Speeches

Elevator Speech Background/References


  • The most valuable innovations offer novel solutions to challenging problems.
  • When asked what you do to help patients, you need to have a ready answer that is clear, concise, and engaging
  • The human brain craves meaning before details

Practical steps

  • Keep it short
    • It should be easy to say and remember
    • Keep it under 140 characters
  • Identify one thing you want your audience to remember
    • The one thing should cater to the needs of your audience
    • This should prompt your audience to want to know more
  • Make sure your team is on the same page
    • Elevator speeches attract attention
    • Consistent elevator speeches are memorable and repeatable


Elevator Speeches

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