Pharma Marketing News is periodic e-newsletter of the Pharma Marketing Network (www.pharma-mkting.com). It is packed with facts, opinions, and case studies based upon interviews with experts in the field of pharmaceutical marketing. Highlights of presentations from industry conferences, contact lists for experts consulted, and links to references help susbcribers keep up to date on best practices and network with their peers.
Welcome to Pharma Marketing News. Included in this service is a periodic newsletter focused on pharma marketing and Pharma Industry News Update (Aka PinUP), which has a much broader focus. PinUp is published every Tuesday and Friday.
Welcome to the renewed Pharma Marketing Network! We just couldn’t imagine a world without PMN so in 2018, with John Mack’s blessing, we excitedly took the reins from our...
Welcome to the January 23, 2018, issue of Pharma Industry News Update (aka PinUp).
Welcome to the January 16, 2018, issue of Pharma Industry News Update (aka PinUp). FDA is much in the news these days. The agency is lax in its regulation of medical devices and, depending on your point of view, it has either 'capitulated' to the drug industry and rolled back the regulation of off-label promotion or just decided to leave well enough alone.
PinUp: Communicating Relative vs. Absolute Efficacy, Gabby Gottlieb, and Disease Awareness Campaigns
Welcome to the January 9, 2018, issue of Pharma Industry News Update (aka PinUp). This issue focuses on communications, which can be misleading or TMI. Pharma marketers like to tout benefits and downplay risks in communicating drug information to healthcare professionals and consumers. Relative vs Absolute? - that is the question. For FDA commish Scott Gottlieb, however, it's not about being brief when communicating.
PinUp: Silly Consumer Advertising, Pushing Unproven “Gamification,” Hiding Data: All in a Pharma Day’s...
Welcome to the September 22, 2017, issue of Pharma Industry News Update (aka PinUp). Pharma marketers have a difficult time thinking up 'creative' ways to sell medicines and to keep patients taking their prescriptions once sold. On the front end - i.e., DTC ads - this can lead to 'silly' ads seemingly designed to win awards rather than win the hearts and minds of consumers. On the back end - i.e., adherence - they grasp at any new 'shiny thing' such as 'gamification.' The question is, is there any proof these work?
Welcome to the January 5, 2018, issue of Pharma Industry News Update (aka PinUp).
The bustling holiday season is upon us once again. Amidst the turkey-trots and the mad rush to shop for or make travel plans to see our loved ones, it’s important to...
Instagram may become the social medium of choice for pharma marketers now that it has been purchased by Face-book and has added several new features that allow marketers to potentially thwart FDA regulations.