MediSpend to Moderate HCP Engagements Panel at 2nd Annual Comprehensive Strategies for Managing HCP Interactions Conference
Published: Oct 05, 2018
PORTSMOUTH, N.H. /PRNewswire/ -- Michaeline Daboul, MediSpend's CEO & President, will moderate a panel of life sciences industry experts as they discuss the challenges and opportunities surrounding the governance of HCP engagements. The panel will discuss this important topic at CBI's 2nd Annual Comprehensive Strategies for Managing HCP Interactions Conference at 2:45pm on Wednesday, October 10, 2018 in Philadelphia, PA.
"Determine the Governance of HCP Engagements at Your Organization" is an important and relevant challenge facing both pharmaceutical and medical devices companies in this highly regulated industry. Daboul will explore the panelists' experiences in best governance practices for HCP engagements across the organization. Learn best practices from the experts on how to collaborate with business stakeholders for efficient workflow cross-functionally. Additionally, panelists will share challenges and successes with change management and how to utilize this information to improve collaboration across the organization.
"Change management is a team effort and critical to the success of governance around HCP engagements," said Daboul. "Monitoring the critical control points in the end-to-end HCP engagement workflow is essential for success."
CBI's 2nd Annual Comprehensive Strategies for Managing HCP Interactions Conference is solely focused on streamlining the communication, engagement and management between the life sciences industry and HCPs. This must-attend meeting provides open discussions and proven strategies to improve the effectiveness and compliance of healthcare provider interactions. The event will be held at the Sheraton Philadelphia University City in Philadelphia, PA.
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