What physicians expect from #marketing communications in 2016 #Infographic via @HealthLink_DIM #EmailMarketing

//What physicians expect from #marketing communications in 2016 #Infographic via @HealthLink_DIM #EmailMarketing

What physicians expect from #marketing communications in 2016 #Infographic via @HealthLink_DIM #EmailMarketing

The medical field is in a state of constant change. For one thing, as previous generations retire, younger doctors develop new habits and communication preferences medical manufacturers and insurance carriers must be aware of. Medical Economics reported 15 percent of all physicians are under age 35. This means they grew up in a world of quickly expanding communication channels.

Source: What physicians expect from marketing communications in 2016 {Infographic} – HealthLink Dimensions

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