PM360's December innovation issue is out, and Intouch's field coaching analysis report was recognized for helping pharma reps know whether their messaging resonates with healthcare providers -- and how to pivot when it doesn't.
COVID-19 has been a wake-up call for pharma to evaluate their organization’s digital maturity and ability to serve customers personalized experiences. Is your organization ready?
The pandemic couldn't stop a group of Intouchers who banded together (apart) to compete in Hedera20, a global, virtual hackathon. They created HumanKind, an app that encourages and rewards acts of kindness.
With the rapid spread of Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) throughout the United States, many pharmaceutical companies are being forced to prepare for a scenario in which their sales representatives cannot visit healthcare providers (HCPs) and patients are limited in their ability to visit healthcare facilities. This infographic looks at
Facebook’s late-September Oculus Connect 6 event covered a lot of ground on the future of augmented and virtual reality. This recap highlights Oculus’s biggest announcements from the AR and VR event, covers the practical applications for patients, and addresses some of the ramifications for pharma.
Artificial intelligence continues to make headlines in a variety of industries, from banking to retail, from wildlife identification to law enforcement, from to sales to telecommunications to healthcare. Just today, Forbes reported that the “AI in the healthcare market worldwide is expected to reach $19.25 billion by 2026, up from
Check out Intouch EVP David Windhausen's thoughts on the potential of voice technology in pharma and healthcare for the Forbes Technology Council.
Calling someone a “drone” conjures up an image of a sad, robotic drudge – and talking about “droning on” implies monotony. But in reality, drones, or, more officially, unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), are doing intriguing work in healthcare.
Earlier this year, we pondered whether voice search is simply a fad or whether it’s a trend we can’t go backward from, particularly as more and more people rely on their smart phones and speakers for answers to pressing questions. Our conclusion? “From basic accessibility to on-demand disease education and
Google kicked off its annual developer conference, Google I/O, on Tuesday, with CEO Sundar Pichai stating that Google is “moving from a company that helps you find answers to a company that helps you get things done.” This appears to be very much the case: in addition to potentially life-changing