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#89 The Digital Pharma Experience conversation with Omri Shor | João Bocas – The Wearables Expert

João Bocas – The #Wearables Expert ™ Interviews Omri Shor, CEO and Co-Founder at MediSafe

In this episode, we talked about The Digital #Pharma Experience.

Here are the questions we’ve addressed:

01:25 How is Pharma embracing new digital technologies to create a better #patient experience?
02:37 How have advancements in digital technology changed pharma’s go to market model?
05:25 What role does pharma play in the connected healthcare future?

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In an era of increasingly personalized medicine, it’s more important than ever for pharma companies to provide their patients with the most effective treatment possible. And that starts with understanding their needs, wants and limitations.

The pharmaceutical industry is one of the most advanced when it comes to using digital technology, which is why they have been able to create new ways to improve patient outcomes. The advances made in this area have allowed medical professionals to perform their jobs more effectively and efficiently.

As the healthcare industry continues to evolve, it’s important to keep pace with new technologies that will help patients receive better care. The use of digital technologies has been shown to improve patient satisfaction scores and reduce costs by reducing errors and increasing efficiency.

The advancement of digital technology has changed the way we live and do business. The role of pharma companies is no exception. The same technologies that are being used for personal entertainment, social media and communication are also used by the pharma industry to promote their products.

Pharma companies have always been innovative in the way they market their products, but they now have a lot more options at their disposal with digital marketing. Digital marketing allows them to target specific audiences and create tailored content for each individual consumer. It also allows them to track how consumers interact with different forms of content with an aim of improving future campaigns or creating new ones altogether.

The changes brought about by digitalization mean that pharmaceutical firms need to adapt their marketing strategies so that they can remain competitive in today’s marketplace. Pharmaceutical companies must be able to understand how consumers interact with different forms of content in order for them to create effective campaigns for their products.

In the past, pharma companies were able to make a profit by charging high prices for their products. The reason for this was because of the cost and time required to produce the drugs. However, with the advent of digital technology, it is now possible for pharma companies to sell their products at lower prices and make a higher profit margin than before.

There is a lot of talk about the connected healthcare future. The idea that we will all have health data, access to it, and be able to share it with our doctors, family members and medical professionals is exciting and scary at the same time. While this may be true, we can’t forget that pharmaceutical companies play a vital role in helping us get there.

Making sure your patients have access to the right medications at the right time is a complex, dynamic process. It requires an unprecedented level of integration and collaboration between all parties involved in the medication supply chain. Pharma companies must work closely with payers, pharmacies, hospitals and other providers to ensure that patients receive the care they need in order to thrive.

The complexity of this system has created challenges for everyone involved: from pharmaceutical companies, who are tasked with developing new treatment options and managing their distribution channels; to payers, who are tasked with managing costs while still allowing patients access to needed therapies; and finally patients themselves, who often struggle to get the medication they need at an affordable price point.

The connected healthcare future we envision will help solve these issues by connecting all parties involved in the medication supply chain so that information can flow freely between them. This will enable us all—pharmaceutical companies, payers and pharmacies—to make better decisions based on real-time data about what’s happening in our industry.

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