We help healthcare brands through an uncommon combination of earned, owned, shared & paid solutions

AVID Design & Dodge Communications Become One as MERGE Atlanta

By combining Dodge's strategic PR and marketing expertise with AVID's genius for website design and development, we’re positioned to solve tough business challenges and meet our clients’ needs in a complex and dynamic marketplace.

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Passion + Purpose

At MERGE Atlanta, we help healthcare brands capture their stories through our marketing, communications and technology capabilities. We leverage paid, earned, owned and shared digital strategies to drive engagement, experiences and conversions.

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Uncommon Capabilities

We merge our healthcare expertise, creativity and technology into authentic experiences that improve customer engagement at every touchpoint.

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Healthcare Is Where We Thrive

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Voice Search Redefines the Healthcare Consumer Experience

Are you prepared for the future-state of voice search? Keir Bradshaw, MERGE Atlanta EVP, sheds light on the impact of voice search in healthcare.

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HIMSS19 is Over: Now the Strategic Fun Begins

In the midst of the show, it’s easy to get caught up in theoretical debates about different ways to solve enduring healthcare challenges. But now that we’re back on home turf, healthcare brands must return to some ground level questions: What did we learn? And, what do we do now?

MERGE Atlanta Hires Kris Krava as Executive Creative Director

Kris Krava joins MERGE Atlanta as executive creative director to provide strategic oversight for digital and traditional marketing, creative, customer experience, and technology efforts.

Get Excited, Get Set for HIMSS19

HIMSS19 promises to be an opportunity to meet other champions of health IT, with hundreds of educational sessions and networking opportunities — not to mention more than 1,300 vendors.

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