Tag Archives: information

Running Scared: Pharma and the Facebook Wall

by Briana Campbell (@MsMatchGirl) The talk, for a long while now, has been about Facebooks change of guidelines, no longer allowing pharmaceutical companies to turn off comments on their Facebook...
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POINT/COUNTERPOINT: Is It Time To Give Up On Social Media For Rx Info?

This post is part of a series of point/counterpoint arguments proposed by different members of the Pixels & Pills staff. Were strong believers that healthy arguments can yield the best...
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Defining Moments: H1N1

The Defining Moments series looks back at the biggest events of 2010 to see what we can learn from them here at P&P, to work better in our calling, in 2011 and beyond. Where were you on...
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On The Death of Google Health

by Jason Brandt (@jasondmg3) On May 19, 2008, the medical and digital communities were abuzz with the news of a new Google product, one that could organize all of a users health information...
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Caveat Emptor?

by Briana Campbell (@MsMatchGirl) A recent Pew Internet study, released June 16, 2011, shared the following statistic: Facebook users are overall more trusting than non-internet others. 43% of...
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Are Robots Our Future?

by Jason Brandt (@jasondmg3) Our culture has long been fascinated by robots. From the Jetsons Rosie the Robot to Star Wars C3PO and R2D2 and Disneys Wall-E, its not surprising that the field of...
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Is Your Doc Social?

by DJ Edgerton (@wiltonbound) Its been several years now since the pharmaceutical industry first began to try to figure out social media - what it was, how to use it to find customers, how...
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Branching Out

By Jason Brandt (@jasondmg3) Moving beyond your niche is a tricky thing. Done wrong, you end up like New Coke or Michael Jordans baseball career - forced to retreat, tail between your...
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Signing off from BDI Social Communications & Healthcare 2011 Case Studies and Roundtables

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P&P Talks With Martin Okner of S.H. Martin & Company, Inc.

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Leave the Experts Alone!

by DJ Edgerton (@wiltonbound) Economist and author Noreena Hertz says that, "In a world of data deluge and extreme complexity, we believe that experts are more able to process information than we...
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PNP Revisited: New Year Night Stalkers

by Jason Brandt (@jasondmg3) Six months ago, we read a lot of predictions about what was supposed to happen in 2011. We all know the world didnt end in May, but were all of those predictions so...
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