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Build a list of hospitals emails with these selects:
|Decision maker titles||Hospital specialty type|
|Geography||Treatment types and programs|
|Number of beds||Affiliations|
|Medical clinics owned by the hospital||Parent company (health system)|
Hospital email addresses are phone-verified business domains, so they pass the IP reputation test
Deploy messages to hospital email addresses without worrying about accuracy and deliverability. All hospital email addresses are phone-verified in SK&A’s Research Center every six months. SK&A’s dedication to quality data means better deliverability and results with hospital email campaigns.
Hospital email addresses from SK&A are part of its hospital database, which is updated twice per year. SK&A’s unique verification process ensures profiles are consistently monitored to ensure clients receive the most high-quality lists of hospital decision makers and other healthcare decision makers. This process makes sure that no records are added to the SK&A databases until they are telephone-verified at the source by an SK&A in-house Research Associate. The entire database from SK&A contains 2.1 million profiles of healthcare providers and decision makers at 480,000-plus healthcare facilities nationwide.
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