Healthcare Communication Trends – [INFOGRAPHIC] via @HealthLINK_DIM #HCMKTG #HealthIT #DigitalMarketing

//Healthcare Communication Trends – [INFOGRAPHIC] via @HealthLINK_DIM #HCMKTG #HealthIT #DigitalMarketing

Healthcare Communication Trends – [INFOGRAPHIC] via @HealthLINK_DIM #HCMKTG #HealthIT #DigitalMarketing


Healthcare professionals are pressed for time now more than ever. Time is filled with entering data into EHR systems and managing an increasing patient load. It can be hard to reach them even at the best of times, but physicians and specialists are undergoing a shift in the way they prefer to communicate. Healthcare organizations looking to connect with these individuals need to keep current marketing trends in mind to achieve success. Our recent HCP Communication Study aimed to uncover the way healthcare professionals prefer to communicate, particularly with the life science industry. CONTINUE READING: 

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