Faerber and Kreling: How to Recognize Misleading Claims Made by DTC TV Ads

In this 3.5-minute audio snippet, Adrienne E. Faerber, PhD, and David H. Kreling, PhD, talk about the key results of their content analysis of claims made by TV direct-to-consumer (DTC) drug ads and advise consumers how to recognize potentially misleading or outright false claims -- including celebrity endorsements -- made by these ads.

Venkat Gullapalli, MD, and Mark Goldstone: Benchmark Your Marketing Effectiveness Using Medikly’s Physician Value...

In this 3.5-minute audio snippet, Venkat Gullapalli, MD, and Mark Goldstone, Medikly Co-CEOs, talk about The Physician Value Index and how it can be used to provide marketing effectiveness benchmarks that are specific to your organization.

Counter Detailing Offers Redemption for Pharma Sales Reps But Little Hope of Success

Do you hate your job in pharma? Perhaps, like a friend of mine, your position got eliminated after many years of loyal service. But it may be a blessing in disguise if the behavior of Big Pharma is more and more at odds with your personal values. If so, you have options for cleansing your soul.

Zabrek and McLeod: How Pharma Can Leverage the Gadget Clinicians Love

In this 2-minute audio snippet, Edward M. Zabrek, M.D., F.A.C.O.G., Medical Editor, SmartPhone Magazine and iPhone Life Magazine and Renee McLeod, PhD, APRN, BC, CPNP-PC, Clinical Professor, Arizona State University College of Nursing & Healthcare Innovation, Office of Transformational Technologies & Organizations, discuss mobile information technology habits of healthcare professionals and how pharmaceutical marketers can leverage the iPhone/Smartphone channel to educate and market to HCPs about their brands.

Big Pharma Struggles to Distance Itself from “Price Gouging” Small Pharma

The drug industry is reeling from criticism about drug prices coming from all sides and especially from the president of the United States. First it tried public relations and CEO speaking tours. When that didn’t work it took more drastic action.

The Dark Side of Digital Health: “Unhealthy Surveillance”

The Dark Side of Digital Health: "Unhealthy Surveillance" In this 2-minute audio snippet, Fard Johnmar, Founder and President of Enspektos, LLC, talks about Americans'...

The Misleading Marketing of “Low-T” Drugs

A conversation with Adriane Fugh-Berman, MD, Associate Professor at Georgetown University Medical Center and Director of PharmedOut.

Rob Halkes: Implementing the New Customer Centric Marketing Model

In this 3-minute audio snippet, Rob Halkes, , MHA, Managing Consultant/Owner, Health Business Consult, talks about the structural changes needed to implement a new commercial model for a pharmaceutical marketing approach, which provides added value to medicines, helps physicians provide better care for their patients, and builds a sustainable relationship with customers.

Zabrek and McLoud: How Pharma Can Leverage the Gadget Clinicians Love

In this 2-minute audio snippet, Edward M. Zabrek, M.D., F.A.C.O.G., Medical Editor, SmartPhone Magazine and iPhone Life Magazine and Renee McLoud, PhD, APRN, BC, CPNP-PC, Clinical Professor, Arizona State University College of Nursing & Healthcare Innovation, Office of Transformational Technologies & Organizations, discuss mobile information technology habits of healthcare professionals and how pharmaceutical marketers can leverage the iPhone/Smartphone channel to educate and market to HCPs about their brands.

Bill Evans and Zoe Dunn: Share Your Social Media & Mobile Success Stories So...

In this 3.5-minute audio snippet, Bill Evans, Executive Vice President and Chief Digital Officer for Team Chemistry @ WPP, and Zoe Dunn, Principal at Hale Advisors, Inc., talk about their disappointment with speakers at industry digital and social media conferences whose presentations lack depth and most important do not showcase their success stories so that attendees can actually learn something. It's not about revealing the
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