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A market research panel exclusively for healthcare professionals.

Industry Expertise

Since 2003, we have conducted market research in a variety of health-related areas amassing deep expertise and proprietary norms within the pharmaceutical and healthcare industry.

Superior Sample

Fueled by our proprietary market research panel of healthcare professionals, our in-house field team consistently delivers more target respondents and larger sample sizes.

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Recognized in the health and pharmaceutical market research industry for our visually intuitive and engaging story-based reports, we move the boardroom conversation from understanding to taking action.

Our Proven Process Delivers High Quality Experiences

“Appreciate the client service support: on going clear communication, in timely manner, very pleasant demeanor. Also truly appreciate the attention to detail and accuracy in the report. This is a strong advantage over other suppliers.”
Naomi – Johnson & Johnson

“Great work. The bar is pretty high now.”
Martin – HLS
“This project was one of my most complicated to date. Great job from the team.”
Julie – Pendopharm

A market research panel exclusively for healthcare professionals.

Our Proven Process Delivers High Quality Experiences

“Appreciate the client service support: on going clear communication, in timely manner, very pleasant demeanor. Also truly appreciate the attention to detail and accuracy in the report. This is a strong advantage over other suppliers.”
Naomi - Johnson & Johnson

“Great work. The bar is pretty high now.”
Martin - HLS
“This project was one of my most complicated to date. Great job from the team.”
Julie - Pendopharm

Topical Polls and Industry Trends

Physician Interest and Participation in Market Research

Physician Interest and Participation in Market Research

Market research plays a fundamental role in helping those involved in the healthcare market answer key questions about their brands. Gaining insights from healthcare practitioners is central to market research. However, engaging physicians to participate in research can be a challenge. While most of the surveyed physicians say they enjoy participating in market research studies, in practice, physicians self-report participating in less than half of the number of studies they are invited to participate in. Real-world experience from our panel says the response rate is even lower. With this in mind, we asked Canadian physicians to help us understand what motivates them to do market research.

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Engaging Physicians in Market Research

Engaging Physicians in Market Research

Market research is critical at so many stages of product lifecycles as well as one of the tools to evaluate mergers and acquisitions. We know from our own recruiting efforts and experience with our panel providers that response rates to market research invitations tend to be quite low (often under 20%). We surveyed 150 physicians – 50 general practitioners and 90 specialists – to gauge how different factors impact their interest and participation in market research. Interest levels varied by type of study with the highest level of interest for online surveys.

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How to Best Engage Physicians When Launching New Brands

How to Best Engage Physicians When Launching New Brands

Successful brand launches require engagement and education of the treating physicians. But how do you best engage physicians? We recently surveyed general practitioners (GPs) and specialists to ask them some pertinent questions.

Not surprisingly, interest in learning about new products is driven by potential improvements in long-term safety, efficacy, and quality of life. Lower on the list (but still important) are improvements in dosing and administration. Three-quarters of GPs (vs 55% of specialists) want to know about new products once they are approved and/or they have access. This is likely driven by the sheer volume of products and disease areas with which they need to keep track. Specialists are more likely to want to learn about a product during clinical development (44% vs 24% for GPs).

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