Forget content; in pharma it’s the customer who is king! Although it’s up to the pharmacists and HCPs to provide a truly patient-centric experience.
Inclusive design has to consider the UX story for users of all abilities, across all platforms. Simply put: the more accessible your website is, the more people will be able to use it successfully.
After years of “product-centricity” pharmaceutical companies have realised it is time to shift focus to customer experience; providing customers with what they want, how they want it, and when they want it. But how do you create a truly holistic view of your customers’ experience?
Blue Latitude are running a multichannel workshop at the 4th Annual Multichannel Marketing Summit 2014. We’re sharing with you our exclusive code, so you can save €200 off the cost of your registration.
One of the challenges with pharma content marketing is how to increase the “indexability” of a web page, whilst adhering to the strict regulations we’re often bound by. With a pharmaceutical website, content can be made available via three levels of authentication…
Many of clients ask us how they can effectively educate and inform their customers to influence their customers’ decision-making process. The truth is, you cannot force someone to change their mindset, but you can prompt behaviour change, which results in better outcomes for their care, wellbeing and treatment.
Artificial Intelligence is no longer the thing of science-fiction, it’s part of our reality. IBM’s Watson looks set to change the face of Healthcare as we know it.
When creating a multichannel approach to connect with your audience, what 10 things should you consider in order to maximise on engagement and help build lasting customer relationships?
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Rumours are rife about whether or not Apple’s Healthbook will make wearable technology as we know it, redundant. Nike’s announcement that they’re moving away from further Fuelband development does nothing to quash these rumours.