Millennial healthcare professionals (HCPs) ‒ those born between 1982 and 1996 ‒ are rapidly changing the face of healthcare. Known for being tech-savvy, self-confident and innovative, millennial doctors are bringing new ideas and approaches that are changing the dynamic of healthcare systems, hospitals and private practices.
The medical affairs environment, and indeed the healthcare industry as a whole, is changing at an unprecedented rate and with this comes the need for effective, efficient and up-to-date medical education. Previously, medical affairs have focused more on one-to-one meetings and large lecture-based symposia in order to educate healthcare professionals (HCPs) but these can be costly.
Leveraging Online Meetings in Healthcare
Organising large events presents a unique challenge that requires a special type of person, that’s for sure. At AS&K we are lucky enough to have more than our fair share.
While each event is a unique educational experience for participants, we’ve noticed there are some common features when it comes to event planning, and these are the learnings our exceptional team has managed to master.
Advisory board meetings are a critical component of your brand strategy. Live events can be hard to justify from a cost, time, compliance and corporate responsibility perspective, but running these events virtually can be a disastrous combination of connection problems, audio issues and lack of engagement… until now!
Keeping your audience engaged is always tricky, but this can be even more challenging during an online meeting.
As a dedicated provider of virtual meetings, The Corpus has picked up a few tips over the years on how to make them a resounding success.
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