According to an EvaluatePharma study, two-thirds of all drug launches failed to meet pre-launch expectations in sales their first year on the market.
Patient's these days live and breathe technology. They are more confident than ever researching their own health needs via technology, from finding healthcare services to connecting with a health insurer to sharing experience with medications and treatments.
As their digital footprint grows, prescribers are also taking steps to improve communication with the patient, which provides a better patient experience and inspires trust. A recent study has suggested that more than two-thirds of patients prefer digital communications from the prescriber over offline communication.
In our previous article, we discussed how digital patient communication solutions boost trust. Here in this section, we have released an infographic which showcases The Social Impact Of Digital Prescriber Communications.
Technology has become an essential part of our lives, whether we like it or not. Various types of technology have directly affected our daily activities; how we communicate and travel, and in this case, how we work.
Call centers live at the heart of healthcare communication. But, all call centers are probably the most disliked aspect of the business from both sides of the table.
Consistent patient adherence has always been a major hurdle for the pharmaceutical and healthcare industries. Sometimes taking medication can be a real pain and there's no immediate gratification to encourage the patient to do it.
The world we live in today revolves around digital technology. It’s incorporated inside each of our lives every day. FaceTime, texting, emailing, and social media have taken over as main ways of communication in society.
These ways of communicating also have been used throughout businesses. Industries are finding ways to adapt to the worlds new way of reaching out, which can result in more opportunities.
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