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Shining our spotlight on… the patient

The second issue of our new SPOTLIGHT ON series is live! In this issue, we discuss the role of patient insights and what impact it has on improving patient outcomes

For our second edition of our brand new e-zine, we’re shining the spotlight on the intriguing topic of patient insights (http://www.wearecouch.com/blog/generating-patient-insights)

We discuss the role of patient insights and what impact it has on improving patient outcomes, and highlight new ways pharma can engage with patients.   So what are you waiting for? Head over to the website now for the latest edition of Spotlight On... http://www.wearecouch.com/blog/generating-patient-insights

Again, if you like what you see, feel free to share it with others. And if the first edition passed you by, don’t worry, it’s still available to read here: http://www.wearecouch.com/blog/spotlight-on-the-pharma-customer-experience . Enjoy!


6th December 2016

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