MEDEINFO

Control, customize and measure the way physicians engage with your ePrints and brand content

Med eINFO is a proprietary cloud-based solution that enables content management, distribution, usage tracking  and Sunshine Act reporting for ePrints and other types of content such as reprint carriers, disclaimer letters, and current prescribing information at an individual document level.

Our unique “content management” addresses pharma’s need to:

  • Deliver ePrints through a user interface that is fully responsive across all devices including desktop, tablet, and mobile
  • Capture physician engagement
  • Maintain document controls that adhere to:
    • Corporate regulatory/ legal guidelines
    • Publishers’ licensing and copyright permissions
  • Measure the effectiveness and ROI of purchased content

 

Our Med eINFO technology provides:

  • Complete management of the procurement functions for ePrints and all electronic formats
  • Customize user experiences to match corporate branding and maintain regulatory guidelines
  • Seamless “workflow management” of all digital assets included with ePrints, such as “Dear Doctor” letters, disclaimers, and product inserts
  • Integration with clients’ CRM systems
  • Interactive displays of ePrint presentations via video, audio and animated easy-to-use format
  • Wireless updating of PIs, disclaimers, product presentations are available for use offline
  • Back office management of ePrints to be hosted on corporate/brand websites
  • Metrics tracking and reporting features offer brands insight on the effectiveness of their content marketing
  • Adherence to strict data  and privacy policy guidelines to ensure that all information is managed and distributed properly

HIGHLIGHTS

Deploy ePrint across all devices
Complete control over content usage
Manages and controls all components of a document
Captures metrics around views and ePrint engagements
Updating ePrint documents such as PIs and disclaimers, can be completed wirelessly
Adherence to strict data and privacy policy guidelines