Back to Basics: Designing digital patient services

Elisa del Galdo|2nd July 2015


 

Head of Customer Experience Elisa del Galdo talks through the key considerations for pharma companies when designing and delivering digital patient services from a customer experience perspective.

As pharma marketing departments increasingly look towards digital services and solutions, there are a number of important considerations that companies cannot afford to neglect. Understanding client objectives should be the first port of call. When talking about innovation in marketing, the creation of digital services and multi-platform offerings often comes up. There has been a great deal of innovation applied to the provision of digital services and solutions within the pharmaceutical industry, in spite of the unique challenges created by strict regulations on the marketing of medical products. That said, the design and development of customer-focused services and solutions is a relatively new approach in this sector.

 

To read more, download the full PDF of this article, as it appeared in the IPT Online - Innovations in Pharmaceutical Technology June 2015 issue.  

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