The first step in planning an effective online medical education program is choosing the right partner to help you navigate the rough terrain. With so many competing messages vying for your audience’s attention, the healthcare industry provides a unique set of challenges. The Web offers specific advantages over traditional programs and meetings, as well as potential obstacles to overcome.
It takes a specialist in both the healthcare industry and the Web to help you create experiences that impact your audience and extend the reach of your message. ExtendMed’s full range of services can assist you with every aspect of planning for and managing successful online medical education programs that take your content farther.
Our experience in recruitment and registration means larger—and more relevant—audiences. And our flawless execution means better-trained speakers, deeper brand resonance among medical professionals, and longer retention of educational content
You know how doctors, nurses, and healthcare professionals think. At ExtendMed, we know how they learn—on the Web. You know your content. We know how to increase its impact.
Planning a truly professional online medical program may feel like climbing a mountain. By partnering with ExtendMed, you’ll have the right combination of services, technology, and expertise to help you reach the top.
Introducing your strategic digital partner for reaching physicians and other HCPs
It takes more than technology to make digital programs for HCPs successful. It takes experienced management—from strategic targeting to engaging delivery to incisive tracking—to maximize your program content.
Whether you’re planning a promotional or CME-accredited program, learn how a partnership with ExtendMed will guide you to new heights of success—maximizing audience reach and impact.
We produce a wide range of programs in many therapeutic categories. To access an on-demand program from the samples on our website, visit Featured Programs or click on the highlighted topics below:
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