Category Archives: E-Media
By Guest Blogger | Published: April 1, 2014
by Andrew Spong (originally published on stwem.com) The air of despondency that is descending over the pharmaceutical industry’s use of social media is perverse. It has nothing to do with a putative (and also fictive) absence of interest on the patient’s part in connecting with the pharmaceutical industry. It has everything to do with the […]
By Morten Hjemlsoe. One of the questions I’m increasingly being asked at conferences is, “What’s next after CLM?” That’s actually rather nice to hear. To me, the question is like those delightful birds, the swallows, whose appearance announces that spring is on its way: it signifies that we’re ready for things to change.
by Al Topin With the introduction of every new technology, tactic, or gimmick comes what I call a tactical scrum. It’s like watching young kids play their first game of T-ball or soccer. No matter how much instruction the coach gives on field position or game play, the second that ball is hit or kicked, […]
Peter Houston looks at the pharma marketing takeaways from last week’s Digital Innovation Summit.
By Marylyn Donahue | Published: March 27, 2014
Either the doctor’s best friend or nightmare, the e-patient movement (the ‘e’ could stand for engaged or empowered) is here to stay and growing, writes Marylyn Donahue. Championing patients as full partners in their own medical care, via the use of online communities and social media sites are slowly but surely turning patients into participants […]