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A Global Online Network Lets Health Professionals Share Expertise

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GHDonline allows physicians and nurses in developing countries to obtain help from experts around the world.
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Great example of community-thinking, social giving and medical need coming together.

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A Global Online Network Lets Health Professionals Share Expertise

A Global Online Network Lets Health Professionals Share Expertise | Online Communities for HCPs | Scoop.it
GHDonline allows physicians and nurses in developing countries to obtain help from experts around the world.
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Great example of community-thinking, social giving and medical need coming together.

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Chart in focus – The sales rep and the tablet PC, yesterday and today… | Across Health

Chart in focus – The sales rep and the tablet PC, yesterday and today… | Across Health | Online Communities for HCPs | Scoop.it
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Across Health - a respected a well-used specialist sales & marketing effectiveness consultancy - look at the reach and impact of key channels pharma uses for influencing doctors: teledetailing, reps and websites are all considered.

 

The biggest mover in adoption is tablets, but only because they are being almost universally adopted, but for all this investment have only delivered a marginal net improvement in reach and impact. The biggest mover was teledetailing, but only down to it being done better amongst the small group of doctors who agree to take part in it.

 

What stands out, but receives a disproportionately small share of net spend, is the continued improvement of independent doctor portals in terms of their reach (gone from 50% to just over 60%) and impact (the most impactful of channel tactics of all five considered).

 

Yes I have a conflict of interest - I'm Business Director at Doctors.net.uk - but this data comes from Across Health's analysis of channel impact, not ours. That a company like ours could deliver what we would consider to be a large-scale brand campaign made up of around half a dozen different elements covering eDetailing, case studies, clinical data presentation and numerous calls-to-action for something in the order of £150k is a considerable investment... but no more than the fully-loaded cost of a single hospital representative.

 

But the key point is that doctors - the individuals that pharma need access to - are continuing to adopt independent communities as providing the information and services that they want to make use of. Choice is there to be exercised.

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Social Media Highway Code

UK's Royal College of GPs has published its draft guidelines for use of social media for professional use. Working with Doctors.net.uk and their advisors Lime Green, the draft code is now open for discussion and debate.

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Disrupt Healthcare: Digital Health Startup Entrepreneur’s Cheat Sheet: #CustomerDevelopment #LeanStartup #InnovationAccounting #DesignThinking #PirateMetrics

Disrupt Healthcare: Digital Health Startup Entrepreneur’s Cheat Sheet: #CustomerDevelopment #LeanStartup #InnovationAccounting #DesignThinking #PirateMetrics | Online Communities for HCPs | Scoop.it
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Great idea... had to be from a doctor!
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The state of online pharma communities

The state of online pharma communities | Online Communities for HCPs | Scoop.it

The numbers tell a dismal story for pharma industry. After gaining ground last year in adopting community best practices, this year’s report data reveals stagnation.

In 2012, 23 of the 32 best practices had less than 50 percent adoption.

Thirteen of the best practices had less than 30 percent adoption—most notably, advocate programs, mobile apps, leader boards, offline engagement, community management, forums, rewards and recognition,content tagging and content.


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The Trouble With Online Education

The Trouble With Online Education | Online Communities for HCPs | Scoop.it
Internet courses are monologues. True learning is a dialogue.
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