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The Pulse of the Pharmaceutical Industry
ZS Associates Research Study on Point of Care
By Hensley Evans, Aaron Mitchell, Jinan Martini and Pragati Anand
Point of care (POC) communications, a historically small piece of the consumer-facing communications mix for health and wellness vendors in the U.S.1 represents a growing opportunity for brands to reach patients and caregivers in settings where they are especially focused on their health and wellness: at the doctor’s office, pharmacy and hospital.
According to our new study2, changes in the health-care market, technological advances, consolidation among POC vendors, the emphasis on patient outcomes and the increasing importance of preventive care and patient adherence are driving the POC channel to become a more important part of integrated marketing strategies. Based on qualitative research, ZS estimates that consumer-focused POC marketing investment has grown 10% annually since 2010 — nearly eight times the growth of direct-to-consumer marketing spending overall — to reach $400 million this year. To succeed in POC, marketers need to design POC-specific strategies that consider the patient experience; select, create, and adapt content to the channel; track and measure its impact; and integrate POC messages with their overall DTC promotional and patient communication strategies.
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