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Via the global Medthority community, we are fortunate to be able to collect valuable insights into the mindsets and behaviours of healthcare professionals (HCPs) and pharmaceutical industry professionals. In the interests of advancing health engagement, EPG Health is pleased to share this knowledge with you via free detailed reports and whitepapers. Our wealth of research helps shape Medthority and the solutions we provide.
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The average score out of 10 given to the report by readers
people in the pharma industry accessed the report in 1 month
of HCPs expect their demand for virtual scientific meetings to remain higher post-pandemic
of HCPs consider independent websites critical or very important for disease awareness
of pharma expect to primarily create their own disease awareness in 2022
Struggling to achieve or demonstrate value for your HCP website? You’re not alone. Creating and measuring value in a congested online content space is a challenge. Our whitepaper (April 2020) shares data, real-world insights and best practice guidance to help you achieve valuable user journeys, content, multichannel integration and KPIs/metrics, all aligned to key educational messages and objectives.
Medical websites perform a crucial role for healthcare professionals (HCPs) and pharmaceutical companies alike. Opportunities, demands, behaviour and challenges are evolving in relation to the provision and consumption of digital resources that support HCPs in clinical practice. This free 115 page report, published in April 2019, is based on surveys conducted with HCPs and the pharma industry. It provides a wealth of insight to inform decisions related to HCP support and engagement.
of pharma measure whether their HCP websites activities result in behaviour change
in 2 HCPs think pharma should focus primarily on being transparent in order to gain their trust
of HCPs visit independent medical websites weekly
of HCPs report high demand for downloadable clinical content
of pharma devote just 10% of their HCP communications budget to web/online activities