ATLANTA, Ga. /Advertising Industry Newswire/ — At the PMRG National Annual Conference March 10-12 in Maryland, Pfizer and CMI Research will present: “Engaging Stakeholders with A Story – 3 Tips to Improve Research Reporting.” The presentation will be based on actual results of a recent study conducted of mothers of children with a medical condition to evaluate opportunities for a medication.
Category: NEWS: Healthcare Marketing
ATLANTA, Ga. /Advertising Industry Newswire/ — CMI Marketing Research recently announced the addition of Paul Gondek who has joined CMI to expand the company’s Healthcare Solutions practice to support healthcare, pharmaceutical, and medical device companies. As vice president client solutions and healthcare lead, Gondek will further enhance an experienced pharmaceutical team.
MOUNTAIN LAKES, N.J. /Advertising Industry Newswire/ — A new market research study released by the INSIGHT Research Corporation, “Telecommunications, IT, and Healthcare: Wireless Networks, Digital Healthcare and the Transformation of U.S. Healthcare, 2012-2017,” says that the hospitals, physicians, clinics, and insurance providers that make up U.S. healthcare system will be spending over $69 billion on telecommunications services over the next six years.
OVERLAND PARK, Kan. /Advertising Industry Newswire/ — National LTC Network member Long Term Care Associates (LTCA) recently became a finalist in the ‘Social Media Rockstars – Organizations’ category of SeniorHomes’ 2012 ‘Best Of The Web Awards.’ The contest identified some of the most valuable resources across the web for seniors, caregivers and industry professionals in 10 categories, and was judged by a panel of leading experts in the senior living industry.
KIRKLAND, Wash. /Advertising Industry Newswire/ — The 3in4 Association recently added seven new members to its advisory board, and received increased support from two insurance carriers: John Hancock, an existing member of the organization, and Genworth, which provided sponsorship of a meaningful consumer study. The goal of the campaign is to warn Americans about a looming problem. The majority will be affected at some point by long-term care needs of themselves or a close family member, says Mark Goldberg.