Tag Archives: patient education
By Ben Comer | Published: March 6, 2013
Physicians and patients are more intimately engaged with their digital devices than ever before, but the content pharma delivers is either rigidly scientific or numbingly bland. Can stronger analytical processes and more data produce a scalable human voice for individual customers?
By Guest Blogger | Published: April 18, 2012
Chris Evans, West Pharmaceutical Services, and Ed Geiselhart, Insight Product Development, consider the importance of drug delivery systems in facilitating patient adherence. No two patients are alike, but drug-makers may not consider how different a single patient’s perspective can be when viewed over time. A patient’s progress through disease management is a journey, and perceptions […]
By Julian Upton | Published: August 18, 2010
Why are companies rushing to the web when traditional engagement with patient groups remains so under-exploited, asks Jacky Law. It used to be so easy. Patients listened to doctors, doctors listened to pharma and everyone was happy. There was even a time when payers listened to pharma, reimbursing their prices with very few questions asked. […]