When a consumer depends on something important - test results, medication, medical advice - they often feel vulnerable or anxious about the next step in the process. Suddenly, a routine customer service interaction, such as a question about shipments, becomes another potential point of anxiety. It's important that companies in the bio and pharma industries have the right individuals at that juncture, ready and willing to guide the apprehensive consumer to the solutions he or she needs to feel comfortable and respected.Read More
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If your business is approached the way that physical health would be, your call centers function as the nervous system, connecting all you do to the needs and feedback of your customer base. That's why globalization of your call centers should be approached carefully and with ample consideration. There are four key points you'll want to keep in mind throughout the planning and implementation stages of globalization efforts:Read More
In 2008, the International Society for Medical Publication Professionals (ISMPP), knowing that it was becoming more and more necessary to adhere to standards set forth by the medical publishing world, developed the CMPP certification program. I recently was able to speak with representatives from ISMPP’s Certification Board and learn more about why the program was developed and what the future has in store.
Topics: Medical Affairs & Communication
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