Tag Archives: smartphones

Feb20

Jump Into the Petri Dish

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What’s the proper armamentarium when it comes to healthcare marketing and digital? Innovation reports? Transmedia projections? Paradigm framework event horizons? Phased plasma rifles in the 40-watt range? All may play a role. But I put forward that the most important tool is a firm belief in a simple axiom: “You don’t know what you don’t […]

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Aug7

Have You Geo-Fenced Your Healthcare Provider Today?

What is a geo-fence? A geo-fence is a dynamically generated, predefined set of boundaries—as in a radius around a store or other location—similar to school attendance zones or neighborhood boundaries. Why use it in physician-targeted marketing plans? The latest data (source: Kantar Media) shows that 68% of healthcare professionals (HCPs) surveyed use smartphones for professional […]

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Jul17

HCPs Who Access Data: Just Like the Rest of Us!

Guess what! Scientists, clinicians and other healthcare professionals own and use smartphones, iPads and an array of desktop and personal computers. These same people are fundamentally interested in the clinical studies and scientific evidence that result from research studies. They read specialty and  peer-reviewed journals and are asking, “When will I be able to read […]

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