What Physicians Want: Less of Promotional Content
Spain Reps Tick Right Boxes
Healthcare professionals are inundated by product-related promotional content from pharma firms and want less of that but more on areas such as safety, efficacy and real-world evidence, a new survey on engaging digitally-savvy physicians indicates. Spain emerges as a stand-out market where pharma appears to have fared relatively well in mapping physician preferences to their marketing activities.
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