Effective Medical Communications in Pharmaceutical marketing
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Effective Medical Communications in Pharmaceutical marketing



The basics of creating effective medical communications products

The basics of creating effective medical communications products



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Effective Medical Communications in Pharmaceutical marketing Effective Medical Communications in Pharmaceutical marketing Presentation Transcript

  • Communication is the process of transferring information from one source to another to create shared understanding.
  • communication by presenting information through Visual form . Uses text, Images, Graphs, Video, Animations.
  • Media Message Sender Encoding Response Feedback Noise Decoding Receiver Elements in the Communication Process
  • Higher Lower Price sensitivity Lower Higher Degree of govt. regulation Consumer Pharmaceuticals Factors compared Lower Higher Importance of ethics Lower Higher Brand loyalty True Not True Consumer is decision maker How is pharmaceutical market different?
  • ( Marketing Communication matrix)
  • Promotional objectives
      • To support sales increases
      • To encourage trial
      • To create awareness
      • To inform about a feature or benefit
      • To remind
      • To reassure
      • To create an image
      • To modify attitudes
  • Define your product's USP Evaluate company strategy
  • Create Unique selling proposition Fit with company's overall strategy
      • Against (Vs a competitor brand)
      • Niche (a sub-division of a category)
      • New (breakthrough product)
      • Traditional
    Positioning of product can be
  • Diversification Market Penetration Market Development Product Development Existing Markets New Markets Existing Products New Products Ansoff’s Matrix (Product/Market Matrix)
  • Segmentation of the market By Patient Diagnosis By Formulation By Product By Buyer
      • Advertising
      • Sales promotion
      • PR and Publicity
      • Personal selling
      • Direct marketing
  • Choice of promotional strategy depends on- Objectives Stage of life cycle Market segment Product Type Competitive activity Channels of distribution
  • Choice of Marketing mix Which Media should I choose
      • Marketing objectives
      • Definition of problem e.g falling awareness
      • Evaluation of different tools
      • choice of optimum mix of promotional methods
      • Integration into overall marketing communication programme
    Depends on-
  • Designed to make all aspects of marketing communication such as advertising, sales promotion, public relations, and direct marketing work together as a unified force, rather than permitting each to work in isolation . Importance of Integrated marketing communication
  • Effective Medical communication
      • # Focus on the Receiver
      • # Focus on the Proposition
      • # Dramatize the Proposition
    • " Break the boredom barrier !"
      • Message complexity
      • Message overload
  • Written by- Dr. Neelesh Bhandari MD (Path), PGP Human Rights Advisor (Medical Communications) Mark IV Medical Communications. http://tinyurl.com/drneelesh
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