Columns and opinion pieces from MM&M
For months, I knew the vaccines were coming. I thought I was ready. Turns out, I wasn’t.
As we move on from one of the worst years on record, the entire industry must band together to ensure we defeat COVID-19.
The tough work of persuading
millions of people to get vaccinated for COVID-19 has only begun.
It’s almost quaint to look at the 2019 Health Influencer 50 roster to see what our concerns were last year, before anybody had heard of COVID-19.
Even a casual reader of MM+M will notice something a lot different this month, thanks to a stem-to-stern redesign of the magazine and our logo.
Systemic racism is a public health crisis no less severe than Alzheimer’s disease or cancer. We all need to do our part in taking down the racial barriers that exist in this country.
The pandemic has exposed fundamental flaws in how we deliver healthcare, and the inequities are no longer tolerable. We must be the agents of change.
After three months out of the pool due to COVID-19, Steve Madden used this trick to ease back into his routine.
The pandemic has accelerated a change that was already in the works, as health moves even closer to the consumer.
Applying “exponential” thinking to strategic communications and launch plans can help medical marketing pros usher their clients into an uncertain future.
Get to know each of these companies by learning about their culture, work/life balance, D&I initiatives and more.
OptimizeRx’s Chris DiCostanzo and Rebecca Love explain the value of reaching patients and HCPs when it matters most.
Talking Medicines’ Jo Halliday discussed how the pharmaceutical sector can better understand the voice of the patient.
Learn about Intouch Group’s journey to foster I+D so that its inclusive culture translates into inclusive healthcare marketing.
Any EHR provider delivering a quality solution should be able to answer these six questions.
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