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Don’t Let the Pandemic Further Sideline Business Development Efforts

Don’t Let the Pandemic Further Sideline Business Development Efforts

The global pandemic is first a tragedy of massive proportions for individuals and public health. As a firm exclusively focused on healthcare, our clients — providers, hospitals, consultants, suppliers and affiliated companies — have been particularly affected as they deal not only with the public health impacts, but also with the negative business effects of the pandemic.
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The COVID-19 Infodemic: 3 Ways to Combat Misinformation

The COVID-19 Infodemic: 3 Ways to Combat Misinformation

False information in the time of coronavirus often travels as fast as the virus itself. The World Health Organization (WHO) has called the deluge of information – often misinformation – an “infodemic.” The spread of false information has become so prolific that the WHO set up webpages to raise awareness of common myths about the virus and to educate the public on how to sift through information to avoid falling victim to potentially dangerous and false information.
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The Show Must Go On: Strategies for Marketing Your Virtual Event

As a result of the coronavirus outbreak, many businesses have been forced to shift their event marketing strategies to embrace a virtual format. According to Eventbrite, a popular platform for online events, virtual business and professional meetings increased by more than 1,000 percent in April compared to the same time last year.
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More People Are Searching for Health Care Information During COVID-19. What Does Your Two-star Rating Tell Them?

Since the Unites States declared a national emergency over the coronavirus pandemic, numerous reports have shown a surge in internet activity as people have sheltered in their homes. Social media and video streaming consumption are up, as are searches related to symptoms, treatment and government response to the pandemic.
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