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|15th February 2016
Healthcare is not a consumer-driven market where we can assume that patient-centred innovations will automatically influence adoption within doctor communities. In this article, Customer Experience Consultant Anna Tamasi highlights the most common usability and user experience implications that the digitalisation of healthcare poses on doctors' professional lives.
|26th January 2016
The way that many pharma and healthcare brands think about content strategy – the creation, management, storage, and governance of content – hasn’t matured in quite the same way as multichannel marketing strategy.
In this article, Consultant Adwoa Baah and Content Marketing Manager Liz Inskip take us through three things pharma can do to improve content strategy maturity within their organisations in 2016.
|20th January 2016
Like other sectors, healthcare relies on insight. Therefore, it isn’t immune to the factors that affect the likelihood of a business to reach meaningful insight.
Head of Insight Martine Leroy explains why it's time to rethink what 'insight' means in healthcare.
|22nd July 2015
Recently, we’ve worked across multiple brands in oncology on launch and pre-launch strategy, which raises a unique set of challenges in a competitive and highly regulated market. Matt Bolton, Head of Commercial, takes us through the three key points to keep in mind when developing a pharmaceutical pre-launch positioning strategy.
|25th June 2015
The healthcare industry has traditionally been slow to adopt new technologies. This may be due to patient ability or an industry aversion to early adoption, but there is another, often overlooked option available: using existing, established technology to improve patient outcomes through innovative services. Account Executive Will Taylor talks us through a case study in applying established technology to healthcare problems in an innovative way.
|28th May 2015
Following her previous piece on patient medical non-adherence, Head of Customer Experience Elisa del Galdo takes a look at the different patient personas that emerge during the diagnosis and treatment pathway. Download her sketchnote of the three personas and read about how to design services for unengaged patients.
|20th May 2015
In this blog, Senior Consultant Craig Moore, from the Blue Latitude Health Strategy team, discusses the application of the ABPI Code, including incorporating social media into digital patient services.
|18th May 2015
Recent research from the World Health Organisation and the Mayo Clinic on the impact of (and influences on) a patient’s ability to adhere to their treatment regime has shown that an astounding amount of patients do not follow or complete their treatment as prescribed. Head of Customer Experience Elisa del Galdo looks at the factors around patient non-adherence and how pharma can help to solve the problem.
|28th April 2015
Martine Leroy and Elisa del Galdo break down what customer experience research is, and why it’s important for pharma companies to employ it in the development of customer-centric products and services.
|30th March 2015
One of the predictions we made in early 2015 was around wearables: “Wearable tech will play an even more integral role in the collection of aggregated patient data to help identify disease trends, predict treatment outcomes and improve future diagnoses. What we anticipate seeing more of in 2015 is a closer integration between the wearable device and how it feeds information to various sources.”
Account Executive Stuart Goodman takes a look at this prediction and provides an analysis of where wearables are heading.