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WHITE PAPER: How to engage with HCPs more effectively

Shrinking budgets and limitations on the time HCPs can spend with sales reps is making traditional engagement methods more and more ineffective. So, in order to reach the unreachable, pharma needs to find new ways to engage with HCPs…
Digital: the missing ingredient to engagement success?

In a recent survey, almost 90% of HCPs said they access online and digital diagnostic tools at least once a month, with 66% looking for better access. With less than half of pharma companies currently providing said tools, you may have just found the missing ingredient to your engagement success.

As the number of HCPs and patients seeking online education and digital information only expected to increase, pharma needs to shift the focus from brand-centricity to HCP and patient-centricity by strengthening its digital offering.

Download our HCP Engagement White Paper today to discover why it’s time to go digital and how you can introduce digital into your engagement strategy.

Download now to: 
  • Learn more about the engagement challenges pharma is facing and how to overcome them
  • Discover how to develop successful engagement strategies that offer HCPs what they really need
  • Find advice on how to measure the success of your strategy
Get your copy here: http://special.wearecouch.com/hcp-engagement-white-paper


27th July 2016

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