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How Point of Care Complements Other Healthcare Marketing Tactics

  I sat down with Charlie Greenberg, a respected healthcare industry veteran and an expert in point-of-care (POC) marketing, to discuss current trends in healthcare marketing. It’s a topic Charlie knows well, having worked for more than 30 years in the industry with giants like Saatchi & Saatchi, Wyeth, and Merck. Charlie currently serves as […]

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The Best Marketing Strategies for the Pharmaceutical Industry

The pharmaceutical industry is one of the most powerful sectors in the United States. The United States government has long realized how much of an influence the industry has had since its origin over a century ago and has regulated the industry as such. Pharmaceutical companies’ largest expenses are research and development costs, which typically […]

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How Do Physicians Really Feel About Technology? Survey Says…

Sponsored Content Pharma’s presence in patient engagement solutions at the physician’s office has often been a hot topic for debate. Are physicians turned off to these products when they see pharma ads? Is there ever a case where pharma ads are acceptable? How do patients feel? You might be surprised… Obviously, physicians’ opinions play a […]

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SWOT Analysis: Virtual Reality Destined to Become Successful Marketing Platform

Zen Chu, MD, of Accelerated Medical Ventures and senior lecturer at MIT Sloan School of Management, said “We’ve got so many new technologies and redesigned experiences impacting both the value we deliver and also the value patients are getting from healthcare.” A SWOT analysis shows that virtual reality (VR) is a novelty that will be […]

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Understanding the Spanish Culture for High Impact Multicultural Pharma Marketing

As Peter Drucker, renowned educator, management consultant, and author, said, “The aim of marketing is to know and understand the customer so well the product or service fits him and sells itself.” This mantra holds true with multicultural marketing in the pharmaceutical industry, especially with Hispanic and Latino populations. Successful pharmaceutical marketing amongst the Spanish […]

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POC Accountability Does Exist – Right Here

Sponsored Content Confused about point-of-care (POC) validation measures? I’m not surprised. The transparency and accountability of the POC channel remains a hot topic in the media; some are even calling POC one of the most misunderstood media spaces. I understand why, given every point of view  seems to report on a different “must-have” approach. While […]

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3 Takeaways From Pharma Direct-To-Consumer (DTC) Advertising Conference

Whether you’re new to the DTC pharma space in the US, or an industry veteran, what you need to know to stay ahead. The advertising of prescription drugs on TV and in magazines is a uniquely American phenomenon. Turn on the news or flip through a magazine and you’re likely to notice a pharmaceutical commercial […]

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Keep Point of Care in Front of Your Upfronts

Sponsored Content PatientPoint had the honor of sponsoring the Top 25 DTC Marketers and Hall of Fame awards at last month’s DTC National. During Hall of Fame inductee Christine Sakdalan’s passionate acceptance speech, one of her quotes really stood out, as it touched on some very relevant topics within our industry. She said: “More than […]

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DTC for Cancer Treatments: Must-See TV

The word “cancer” has become a household word, used by cancer centers, drug manufactures and the non-profit community in aggressive and extensive DTC marketing initiatives. But, historically, marketing cancer products directly to consumers rarely (if ever) happened; it was one of those areas that was deemed to be “pushing it too far.” What has contributed […]

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