Marketing & Communications
By breaking down traditional organizational silos to bring together the chief medical officer and the chief marketing officer, companies can unite the forces of clinical best practices with direct-to-consumer response marketing.
Pharma's efforts to evolve restrictions about off-label marketing move forward.
Adults dominate the ADHD prescription category; the FDA approved The Medicine Company's anticlotting drug 10 years after issuing a CRL; a survey shows personalized content can build consumer goodwill
The Medical Information Working Group and the Washington Legal Foundation filed briefs in support of Amarin.
Amgen's PCSK9 inhibitor is the second in its class to get an FDA panel endorsement; a new drug could threaten Shire's hold on a rare-disease category; a study shows pharma invests less in Hispanic audiences than in other groups
The legislation would allow drugmakers to share economic information with payers beyond what is included on the FDA-approved label.
The company said revenue from pharmaceutical and medical device sponsorships and advertisements rose 10.7% but the company put some initiatives on hold.
The patient journey concept needs a reboot, according to executives at the inaugural MM&M Transforming Healthcare conference.
A deep dive by the think tank Center for Talent Innovation indicates pharma and payers need to widen their definition of health when communicating with women.
With new leadership in place, the Myelin Health agency network is seeking to acquire other agencies.
Wego Health says fixing this problem requires incorporating patient perspectives before and after a product launch.
The list of objections by the Office of Prescription Drug Promotion, which oversees medical advertising, is a familiar one, and includes concerns such as claims that go beyond the approved indication.
FDA's latest guidance says it is ok to reduce the amount of risk information in print ads, Google amplifies the health information it will serve up with searches and HBO's John Oliver takes on pharmaceutical marketing.
A look at the content that grabbed most reader interest over the past year.
BMS cancer drug Opdivo becomes the second PD-1 inhibitor to secure US approval ; Omnicare hit by more kickback charges; India looks to rein in pharma marketing.
The driver on NASCAR and other racing circuits will help challenge consumers to improve their health habits.
A trio of doctors make a case for putting limits on digital promotions, including those in EHRs and through social networks.
The decades-old drug is winning prescriptions through marketing, but has a free-pass when it comes to clinical trial data.
Sales reps are experiencing even more limited physician access, according to a report by Chicago consultancy ZS Associates.
Regulatory Focus reports that the regulator has issued a Warning Letter to AB Science for marketing its canine tumor drug Kinavet for unapproved, off-label uses.
GlaxoSmithKline dismissed a marketer over its approach to clinical trial recruiting.
The drugmaker is pulling its US marketing application for the anemia drug.
Researchers found that limiting sales rep access and interactions reduces off-label prescriptions for the previously detailed drugs, while also upping off-label prescriptions of the drugs that had not been promoted.
The advertising watchdog gave drugmaker Alvogen 15 days to make amends.
Astellas has settled a False Claims case with the Department of Justice over the 2010-2013 marketing of an antifungal medication. Astellas denies the allegations.
The Arkansas Supreme Court's decision puts $1.2 billion back into J&J's coffers.
The company unveiled the mix-and-match marketing management tool at the Eye for Pharma conference in Barcelona.
The drugmaker's annual report indicates the company is concerned that an investigation into its marketing could dissuade doctors from prescribing Juxtapid.
The US Attorney's Office for the Southern District of New York is examining how Teva has marketed MS drug Copaxone and Parkinson's medication Azilect since 2006.
Movable Ink reports that 65% of Q4 emails were opened on a tablet or smartphone.