The Cambridge Analytica Mess: What does it mean for Pharma?
Pharma marketing increasingly lives in a world of data. What happens in the world of Facebook cannot be ignored.
Value Extraction – Mining for Gold in Late-Stage Products
The long tail of data – techniques for turning old pharma products into productive assets
How to use data to capture value in pharma
During the commercialization phase, the purpose of data is to build trust. Trust and respect for the pharma brand are the ultimate benefits of data-enabled personalization and engagement, and are the leading qualitative indicators of acceptance and growth at launch.
Value creation powered by data
To be meaningful, pharma value must be about more than drug prices... value must be embedded in every aspect of the patient and provider experience.
Pharma digital marketing: Will it scale?
The piloting of digital tools in pharma marketing, operations and R&D has been pervasive. But full implementation of digital in pharma marketing hasn’t happened yet.
Three questions data should answer for successful pharma marketing
At the heart of the matter, all this activity focuses on answering three basic questions about our healthcare audience: Who cares? What do they care about? And when do they need to know?
Building a master data vortex for pharma
What is needed today is continuous monitoring of our market and our customers and comprehensive reporting across every customer touch point. And to do that, we need a single centralized master database.
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