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Innovation Recognition – three in a row for InStep Health!

December 18, 2020 | Kathleen Bonetti

The word “innovation” has been bandied around in the business world for so long that many think it is overused to the point of becoming just another hollow buzzword. But to me, it is the only word that captures the…

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Lunch & Learn with the Digital Health Coalition

Over the course of one lunch break, I learned about five industry-related topics from eleven different experts. Each session— its own snackable content— both separate and yet thematic to one another. Although I did have a favorite… I must say…

What Our Team Took Away from DTC National 2020

Like many events as of late, we found ourselves attending this year’s DTC National Conference virtually. So, what did we think…? It was packed with insights on relevant issues, great speakers, and specialized experts! The topics encompassed everything from patient…

Reflection On My Time at InStep Health

Success is not the key to happiness. Happiness is the key to success. If you love what you are doing, you will be successful. Following my previous summer internship with Rx EDGE, I felt the need to pursue my fascination…

Nate’s Take on the Impact of COVID in Our Industry

Hey Folks, Recently I was asked to discuss the impact COVID-19 was having across healthcare and the point of care landscapes. Here is my take on these topics... On Pharmacies & COVID COVID-19 has fundamentally affected all parts of our…
Teamwork

Teamwork makes the dream work

If you are like me, you are working from home and homeschooling the kids, watching this unprecedented pandemic sweep through the country.  As we all navigate these unprecedented circumstances personally, for our families and professionally, I want to recognize the…

Doing our part

Those of us who work in medical marketing are used to acting as the conduit for pharma brands to educate patients and consumers with factual health information they need to be informed consumers and start a conversation with their doctor…