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Digital Acceleration And ‘Broken’ Customer Experience: What Pharma Should Look Out For

Executive Summary

Biopharma experts discuss at a summit core issues around ensuring that fast-paced digital acceleration does not jeopardize the overall experience of healthcare professionals. Clarity about customer needs/behaviors, embracing a fail-fast, learn-fast mindset and measuring customer experience were among the aspects touched upon.

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