Medical marketing for life-science. patient communication and communication to health care professionals
Ideogen Medical Marketing is a medical marketing agency based in the Copenhagen area. If you are doing pharmaceutical marketing communication, we can help you. We work with life-science and pharma companies. We can provide you with full-service solutions to your needs. Of course, we do both online and off-line marketing.
medical marketing should deliver great content that connects with communities
Medical marketing is about creating great content for the right communities. About combining scientific knowledge with an understanding of the market. It should be honest, relevant, and provide knowledge. No matter whether you are doing patient communication or doing pharmaceutical marketing communication to professionals.
Good communication should be based on insights in the customers. And in how the therapeutic area is organized.
Ideogen Medical Marketing has been working in many different therapeutic areas. To name a few, osteoporosis, nutrition, dermatology, asthma and respiratory disease, depression, Alzheimer’s, cardiology, diabetes and many others.
So get in touch today and learn how we can help you with your medical marketing needs.
Helping medtech startups make it in the us
Ideogen Medical Marketing helps Scandinavian medtech startups getting established in the US. The US market should be of interest to all successful medtech startups. Both because of the size and value, but also because of the very interesting options to find investors and partners. Do you have plans for the US yet?
Get in touch today to discuss how we can help
We are here to help you succeed with your medical marketing. So get in touch to day.
find inspiration in the blog
If you click on the blog-link you will find posts related to medical marketing. We hope that you will find inspiration for your own work. Our aim is to provide content that you find relevant. Consequently we will appreciate any suggestions or tips for new stories that you would like to see.
You will find stories about patients and how they use new media to interact in new ways. And stories related to ongoing public debates. One such example is the post about HPV-vaccinations. You will also find posts discussing new approaches in medical marketing. Here is a post about influencer marketing. Younger generations have a very different approach to media. And both Generation Z as well as millennials may require you to reconsider your communication approach. They do, after all, represent a significant portion of both present and future customers. We will also share stories from our ongoing business in both marketing and in helping medtech startups.
pharmaceutical marketing communication
Pharmaceutical marketing communication is changing fast. Partly as a consequence of the changing markets. Consequently, communication about new pharmaceuticals are today much more targeted and have much smaller audiences. We see a move away from advertising towards more integrated marketing solutions. However, the content still needs to be of the highest quality. Interestingly, communication directly to patients has become all the more important. There is a general trend to be more patient-centric in everything we do. Some even predict that the future will bring patient co-developed new drugs. But how are you prepared to deal with these changes?
Recent projects in medical marketing
Below you will find an overview of recent projects that we have been involved with.
One customer has a novel cancer drug that has just received a new and wider indication. Consequently they need to communicate this new extension to oncologists but without jeopardizing core business. An important part of the project is communicating the mode of action of the drug. Understanding the MoA is key in accepting the treatment for new patient groups.
Another customer is trying to move from allergy to asthma. Hence they want to develop an e-learning solution to educate HCPs about asthma, bringing new knowledge. This means focusing on novel approaches such as pheno- and endotyping patients. Even today too many asthma patients are left with sub-optimal treatment and are still uncontrolled.
Staying with atopic diseases, a customer wants to challenge physicians’ perceptions about topical steroid use for atopic dermatitis. Many physicians are still reluctant to use steroids on what are considered sensible areas of the body. But what is a sensible skin area?
For another customer we are currently doing old school medical marketing. Writing a product monograph for their key product. While you may think that monographs are a thing of the past, they still matter in some markets. Again, knowing your market is key in doing good medical marketing.