Why Your Brand Needs to Target NPs and PAs in 2020
In today’s increasingly targeted media landscape, many marketers have created well-intended campaigns that are missing opportunities to grow reach by narrowly targeting only certain HCPs. In fact, an inclusive strategy that engages with all stakeholders can be much more effective.
Why Mobile Customization is Key in Pharma Advertising
Most healthcare brands are now making mobile a priority. Recently there are even more reasons to do so, as well as ways to make this channel work for you to better engage HCP audiences. This POV will review why mobile is important for your brand and list ways to harness the medium for your brand goals.
The HCP Generational Divide – ThinkWell Vol. 2
While much work has been done to understand the generational differences of consumers, very little has been done to focus on the generational differences of healthcare professionals (HCPs), speciﬁcally of physicians. Today, the physician generational divide is more important than ever, as Generation X overtakes baby boomers as the largest group of practicing physicians, and as more Generation Y doctors emerge into the workforce. Within each population, it is also important to note an increasingly higher gap closure between the gender divide—with Generation Y having a nearly 1:1 female-to-male ratio, while boomers show only a 1:3 ratio.
Right Place at the Right Time: Dynamic Content Ads in Healthcare Marketing
Background: Digital advertising in the HCP space typically consists of developing standard HTML5 banners with one or two calls to…
Pharma Hotlist: Apps are Good Medicine
In an ongoing series, Q&A sessions with media experts from CMI/Compas explore what pharma needs to know about how physicians…
Focus on Oncologists
In an ongoing series, CMI/Compas reports insights on healthcare providers by specialty. For this edition, we partnered with UBM to…
Digital Perspectives of HCPs-An excerpt from Media VitalsTM
An excerpt on the digital behaviors of HCPs from the CMI/Compas 2013 Media VitalsTM 21-specialty study.
Engaging Nurse Practitioners and Physician Assistants Using HCP-Level Promotional Access and Preferences
Research documenting how HCPs across therapeutic specialties use various communication channels and tactics within those channels.