Med Ad News spoke with Jon Koch, the new CEO of Fishawack Health. Koch discussed his background, why he joined Fishawack Health, and what differentiates the company from others in the healthcare communications space.
SOLVE(D), IPG Health’s data, analytics and media company, announced the addition of five industry leaders to the agency, boosting the unit’s leadership bench strength.
EVERSANA, a pioneer of next-generation commercial services to the global life sciences industry, and Intouch Group, a full-service global agency network serving the pharmaceutical industry, announced that they signed an agreement to incorporate Intouch’s industry-leading creative and media services, enterprise solutions and data analytics into EVERSANA’s fully integrated commercialization services platform.
MicroMass, a leading full-service health communications agency and part of Ashfield Health, welcomed Noah Lowenthal as Executive Creative Director.
Fishawack Health announced the appointment of Jonathan (Jon) Koch as the company’s new CEO. Koch will lead Fishawack Health through the commercialization partner’s next stage of growth, centered on building and retaining talented teams and delivering a full set of integrated services for clients across the life science industry.
AREA 23 (an IPG Health company) launched the multi-platform campaign “Lil Sugar” in collaboration with global non-profit organization Hip Hop Public Health to raise awareness about the hidden sugars in many foods.
Intouch Group announced the addition of Intouch Market Access as the full-service global agency network’s eighth affiliate to address the ever-evolving needs of clients.
With COVID-19 infections on the rise in the United States as a result of the Delta variant, FCB Health New York (an IPG Health company) and GMHC have teamed up to help get LGBTQ+ individuals vaccinated and to shut down the misinformation brewing on social media with a new social campaign called “Ms. Information.”
CrowdPharm, an independent full-service agency fueled by one of the largest healthcare talent networks in the world, was recognized on Inc. Magazine’s annual list of the 5,000 fastest-growing companies in America.
Telehealth boomed during the pandemic, and experts believe that even with the world opening back up, pharma companies will have to continue to shift and strengthen tactics to reach physicians and patients virtually.