Category: Adverse events in social media

Adverse Event Reporting on Social Media for Pharma Companies – Problem Solved

Adverse Events for pharma brands
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Solutions for Adverse Events Reporting and Management can keep Brands FDA Compliant Pharma brands shouldn’t delay their use of social media due to the risk of adverse events reporting. Patients regularly use social media. In some cases, patients seek input and answers from social media before they visit their doctor. A recent survey of doctors by Cello […]

Need a Process to Capture Adverse Events in Social Media? Start here.

Adverse Events Process

Setup software and Human Agents to search for adverse events To reduce regulatory risk, it’s vital that all pharmaceutical companies have an established process to capture adverse events in social media, and report on and escalate adverse events in social media, messaging and chatbots too for your FDA compliance. Your adverse events process should include both […]

Pharma Brands to Successfully Manage Adverse Events: Partner with Pharmacovigilance

Manage Adverse Events Partner with Pharmacovigilance

Brands that have successfully managed adverse events in social media have one thing in common: all have buy-in from their pharmacovigilance (PV) team. Below is a primer that all pharma marketers needs to know about working with PV – and how to make the most of this crucial partnership. “Companies need to develop their own […]

5 Mandates to Managing Adverse Events in Social Media

Adverse Events

Commitment to using Social Media for Pharma Pharmaceutical marketers are increasingly relying on social media to have a direct dialog with consumers. They know that this dialog can help consumers better understand the patient journey. It can also ease a patient’s pain, offer sympathy, foster loyalty, and provide insights to improve marketing. Once a brand […]