Is your marketing strategy stuck in 2005?

Is your marketing strategy stuck in 2005?

It is not enough to just have a killer black book or Rolodex. The market needs agile, swift marketing

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Features Read the complete April 2015 Digital Edition

Read the complete April 2015 Digital Edition

Click the above link to access the Digital Edition of the April 2015 issue of MM&M, with all text, charts and pictures.

Features SkillSets: Omnicare Inc.

SkillSets: Omnicare Inc.

A monthly showcase of companies offering expertise, experience and services within specific areas of the industry. This month: Rare Diseases

Features Engaging HCPs: Rep and a Hard Place

Engaging HCPs: Rep and a Hard Place

Technology has, quite clearly, transformed the role of the sales rep. But at the same time, predictions that the rep would go the way of the dodo bird have themselves been proved false. James Chase surveys the rep's role in a changing media and sales environment

Features Headliner: Dexcom device executive presses connectivity

Headliner: Dexcom device executive presses connectivity

"Some people wake up in the middle of the night worrying about business," Kevin Sayer says. But when he wakes up he can't sleep because he's so excited!

Features Rare Diseases: Target Practice

Rare Diseases: Target Practice

The orphan-drug market was flying high before President Obama announced plans to devote $215 million to the funding of a Precision Medicine Initiative. Imagine the excitement among interested audiences now that those plans have picked up momentum. Frank Celia reports

Features DTC Report: DTC Unbound

DTC Report: DTC Unbound

DTC pharma advertising works—ask anyone. But over the years, its effectiveness has been blunted by FDA requirements that, marketers claim, befog rather than clarify. Larry Dobrow surveys the DTC landscape in the wake of the FDA's new—and some say revolutionary—guidance for communicating risk information in print ads

Features Drew Miller, Creative Director, frog design

Drew Miller, Creative Director, frog design

Session: Shifting Healthcare from Product to Experience

Features MarlaJan DeFusco BSN, RN, CPN, Lupus Health Activist, & Author, Luck Fupus Blog

MarlaJan DeFusco BSN, RN, CPN, Lupus Health Activist, & Author, Luck Fupus Blog

Session: The patient view on transformation: empathy, education and empowerment

Features Monique Levy, Vice President, Research, Manhattan Research

Monique Levy, Vice President, Research, Manhattan Research

Session: Closing Keynote

Features Dr. Navarra Rodriguez, Chief Medical Informatics Officer, AdvantageCare Physicians

Dr. Navarra Rodriguez, Chief Medical Informatics Officer, AdvantageCare Physicians

Session: The patient view on transformation: empathy, education and empowerment

 

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