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|16th June 2014
One of the challenges with pharma content marketing is how to increase the “indexability” of a web page, whilst adhering to the strict regulations we’re often bound by. Guest blogger Alec Cochrane discusses how to tackle this challenge.
|4th June 2014
Many of our clients ask us to help them understand how they, as a service provider, can more effectively inform and educate their customers. But how do you successfully motivate the customer to want to change their behaviour? We talk through best practice in this blog.
|22nd May 2014
Artificial intelligence (AI) used to be a thing of science-fiction; now it is most definitely a part of our reality. How can a non-human entity help with the advancement of healthcare? In this blog, we explore the recent trends and innovations in AI for healthcare.
|19th May 2014
Clients often contact us with the request to create a strategic, multichannel approach to connect with their audience and build the types of customer relationships that matter. Here are our top ten tips for effective multichannel marketing strategy and planning.
|17th April 2014
Blue Latitude Health ran an event exploring the topic of ‘Researching and Designing User Centered Healthcare Services’ in parternship with CreateHealth. Here, we talk through key points from the Lloyds Pharmacy My Online Doctor talk with a downloadable sketchnote by Anna Tamasi.
|8th April 2014
A few weeks ago, two hundred analytics folk from all industries met in London for MeasureCamp 2014. Alec Cochrane talks through how Blue Latitude Health contributed to the event and how we approach the creaton of measurement frameworks.
|20th March 2014
Paul Midgley is interviewed by Kate from CreatHealth.io about the implementation of NHS Flo, a telehealth tool, in Rushcliffe and his thoughts on whether pharma has a place in supporting and engaging patients and developing healthcare services.