Recruiting physicians and other healthcare professionals (HCPs) to attend Continuing Medical Education (CME) and promotional medical meetings has become more challenging in the presence of competing demands for HCPs’ time.
The Schwartz Group has established best-practices built on 1000s of successful recruitment campaigns delivered in partnership with prominent medical communication companies, CME organizations and many of the world’s leading pharmaceutical and healthcare companies.
Our experienced campaign managers will develop a customized wave of communications that outlines the schedule, frequency and variety of communication vehicles (including but not limited to, mailings, tele-recruitment calls, faxes, and emails) based on similar successful recruitment efforts. We focus on securing registrations and maximizing show rates, and our track record of success – evidenced by the number and quality of attendees we recruit – makes our partners’ events more successful and helps them secure additional business opportunities from their program sponsors.
As a leader in clinical trial design, you know how challenging it can be to effectively recruit patients for clinical trials and stay on track with your projected timelines. The odds are often stacked against success and the statistics clinical trial failure can be sobering:
One solution may be to enhance the line of communication between research and clinical physicians through highly-targeted, engaging and iterated tele-detailing.
The Schwartz Group’s methods are targeted and data-driven, featuring:
Start on the path to clinical trial recruitment success early in your planning process or even shore up your recruitment efforts mid-trial by partnering with the Schwartz Group today.
CME Accredited Dinner Programs
National medical education (CME), education technologies and medical publishing firm.
US-based Big Pharma.
Identify new market prospects to increase the number of attendees at a series of promotional dinner meetings. In a series of 100 planned dinner meetings, half of the first twenty had been cancelled due to lack of registration.
Using three Schwartz Inside Partners (SIPs) over a period of two weeks, TSG was able to complete the registration goal for 7 promotional dinner meetings. Each of which required a minimum of 20 healthcare providers in attendance. TSG was also able to generate half of the registrations needed for 3 additional meetings.
A Schwartz Inside Partnering (SIP) program carried out by establishing relationships with and engaging healthcare providers in clinical research and continuing medical education.
Increase registrations to meet the 20 HCP minimum.