MM+M Transform is a three-day, inclusive virtual event convening health industry leaders who are on the forefront of ushering the life science industry into 21st century customer engagement. The worlds of biopharma, med device, payer, health system, patient and health tech collide for these conversations devoted to overcoming barriers to progress in developing, seeking coverage for and promoting the unconventional therapeutic. From disruptive innovations to a spirit of recovery, connect with thought leaders as they share generous insight into what’s next for health marketing.
MM+M Hall of Femme and Women to Watch programs honor standout healthcare executives at biopharma companies, medical device/diagnostics firms and healthcare marketing/communications/media professionals.
The Pinnacle Award’s goal is to honor and celebrate those who have made a significant impact on the health industry. Individuals with 25+ years of experience in the industry, but who aren’t quite done yet, are encouraged to enter. Whether this be a boss, colleague, mentor, or friend, we urge you to nominate a deserving individual into one of MM+M’s most prestigious achievement awards.
Sister brands MM+M and the Pharmaceutical Marketers Directory are coming together to recognize exemplary biopharmaceutical and medical device companies and those who lead them.
MM+M invites you to join us in honoring the boldest and brightest in healthcare communications.
MM+M introduces its Media Summit, an event that will virtually bring together A-list organizations and individuals from all parts of the health-media spectrum: digital, print, television, radio (terrestrial/satellite), out-of-home and everything in between.
The evolution of digital media has radically changed how healthcare companies and consultants track and measure the impact of marketing and communication activities. But are you fully capturing and sustaining the value of your online presence in an effective and meaningful way? The implications of recent incidents of white privilege and police brutality against BIPOC individuals have heightened the focus on issues around diversity across the whole of society, including businesses, brands and the healthcare marketing industry. What do these events say about modern-day America? And what needs to be done to break the never-ending cycle of racism and its derivatives of microaggressions and implicit bias against BIPOC individuals? What is the role of business in leading change? And how can active listening within organizations turn talk into meaningful action?