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Insights on the Changing Media Consumption Habits of Doctors

Doctors’ media consumption habits are changing. Is this a crisis, opportunity or simply the new normal for marketers and publishers? Download the guide to get a high-level view of physician media habits and advertising trends. Mobile device usage Top professional tasks by device Important information sources Professional journal readership and advertising Healthcar...

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Point-of Care Advertising Infographic

Learn more about point-of-care advertising and its impact on consumers in our new infographic. Are adults being reached by POC media? What actions are they taking due to the advertisement? Click here to download this infographic and learn...

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