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Manhattan Research's new Taking the Pulse Pharmacists 2013 study and advisory service is focused on helping pharma brands understand the evolving role pharmacists are playing in patient care and how brands can connect with pharmacists through multichannel marketing and sales strategies.
In multiple countries, the majority of physicians surveyed report their first choice is to use digital sources to inform their clinical decisions, according to this year's Taking the Pulse Global study from healthcare market research and advisory firm Manhattan Research.
According to the new Taking the Pulse Europe 2012 study from healthcare market research and advisory firm Manhattan Research, more than 4 in 5 physicians who use or are interested in using these networks are open to interacting with pharma on physician-only social networks.
Manhattan Research's Taking the Pulse ([R] ) Mexico Explores Digital Adoption Trends of Online Physicians in Mexico
NEW YORK, July 27 /PRNewswire/ -- Pharmaceutical and healthcare market research company Manhattan Research releases the second iteration of Taking the Pulse Asia, its study that explores the professional resource mix and digital behaviors and attitudes of physicians in Japan, China, South Korea, Taiwan, and India.
Our goal in this study is to round out the global picture of physician technology adoption for our biopharma clients by expanding the Taking the Pulse study beyond the U.
Manhattan Research's Taking the Pulse ([R] ) BRIC Explores Digital Adoption Trends of Physicians in Brazil, Russia, India and China
Manhattan Research's Taking the Pulse Nurses Study Looks at Emerging Trends in How U.
The Taking the Pulse Nurses study was conducted in Q2 2010 among 1,023 U.
NEW YORK, April 20 /PRNewswire/ -- Physicians show continued adoption of mobile and social media for professional purposes, as well as increasing dependency on digital resources at the point of care, according to pharmaceutical and healthcare market research company Manhattan Research's latest Taking the Pulse study of over 2,000 U.