Our corporate video production team is always on the hunt for amazing video content that inspires them. This week, they’ve spent their time curating a list of the best healthcare videos on the internet. Here’s what they chose and why:
Intel – AI in healthcare animation
They said: This video has a lovely animation style. We particularly like the way they visualise data and the flow of movement.
Why is Healthcare Important in Haiti
They said: Beautifully shot and a great example of using b-roll rather than interviews to tell a story. We get way more from seeing the interviewee in day to day activities than we would from a typical off-camera interview.
Future of Healthcare – Roche
They said: A really effective use of motion graphics to convey data and an interesting non-corporate music choice.
I had a black dog, his name was depression
They said: This video is really all about the voiceover. A series of narrated illustrations set to a music track. An extremely effective explanation of what it’s like to live with depression.
Pfizer – We Are One
They said: A thoughtful look at the different employees that make up Pfizer. This diversity and inclusion film highlights their shared goal.
How does Basis work? – Elysium Health
They said: This how-to has lovely sound design and animation style.
CVS Health #onegoodreason – Tammy
They said: This is a really effective anti-smoking campaign video because it tells a very personal story in an emotive way.
The Things We Carry – Stress Health
They said: Beautiful visual storytelling. No need for dialogue in this challenging spot about the health effects of domestic violence.
They said: Great use of transitions between scenes to maintain pace. We love the 2.5 style.
Memorial Sloan Kettering – Sloan Kettering
They said: A very stylish use of line art combines really well with typography. This is backed by a powerful music track.
UnitedHealth Group – ‘How Can We Help’
They said: Slick animation with colourful character design.
InovaHealth – CME
They said: Great character design and proof that busy frames don’t have to be confusing. Lots of information but presented in a clear way (visually).
Siemens Healthineers – Boosting the clinical routine: MAGNETOM Altea and Lumina with BioMatrix
They said: Interesting use of stock footage and some nice editing. Slightly quirky take on a product video given it doesn’t mention the product until the halfway point.
Johnson & Johnson – Nurses Change Lives
They said: A very emotive story-driven piece that shows the contribution of nurses throughout history.
Sonova – Life without limitations
They said: Part of a series of personal stories of how Sonova’s products have brought hearing to people. Fantastically shot and edited, and very effective given it’s a story of how a product has affected someone rather than a straight up promo piece.
Sonova – Life without Limitations – Hearing experiences at Lake Malawi
They said: Fantastically simple visual storytelling, conveying the company’s message clearly with no dialogue and superb sound design. Very emotive.
Merck – For Mothers – Reversal
They said: Wow. Incredibly creative narrative with powerful message. Very affecting and emotive. Made us cry.
Merck – For Mothers – Push
They said: Another brilliant, emotive video as part of the For Mothers campaign. Excellent example of the power of inter cutting between 3 different stories to highlight a universal experience.
Roche – The Two Lives Of Sara
They said: Creative use of split screen to highlight how early treatment and medication can assist in the treatment of MS. Another example where dialogue isn’t necessary to convey the story.
Need help with your next healthcare video? Contact our MD, Jamie.