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  • How can I ethically interact with Health Care Professionals?

    How can I ethically interact with Health Care Professionals?

    Make interacting with HCPs easier for your employees by laying out what they can and can’t do in a simple—yet powerful—chart. If your G&E policy can’t be distilled into a chart, it’s too complicated. We’ve done...

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  • Finding out about a deal-breaker weeks into the negotiation process is no bueno. Be the hero and save your organization time and dinero with this clever checklist. Broken into two sections, this tool guides your people through evaluating the arrangement (should we even be doing this?) and documenting the essentials (cross those Ts!). This way, you can be sure your deals are good for business and your reputation. ¡De nada!

    Reviewing a physician agreement?

    Finding out about a deal-breaker weeks into the negotiation process is no bueno. Be the hero and save your organization time and dinero with this clever checklist. Broken into two sections, this tool guides your people through evaluating the arrangement...

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  • Partnering with HCPs

    Partnering with HCPs

    Do your Company reps ever pitch partnership opportunities with HCPs? That’s awesome! Partnerships are great for business … when they’re properly handled. Show your support with this checklist, which guides your people through the...

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  • Technical Support to HCPs

    Technical Support to HCPs

    It’s dangerous to go alone! Take this! Use this checklist to prep your reps to provide technical support in a clinical setting. This tool breaks down what they need to consider before and during their visit to keep interactions with HCPs totally...

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  • Communicating off-label use

    Communicating off-label use

    Your HCP-facing employees want to encourage use of your products while keeping between the lines. Says easy, does hard! Help them stay on the straight and narrow path with this tool that outlines what’s appropriate—both generally when sharing...

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  • We don't [blank] for referrals

    We don't [blank] for referrals

    A simple graphic showing typical forms of kickbacks, this graphic reminds your company that they're always refused.

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  • Say no to kickbacks

    Say no to kickbacks

    Use this highly visual piece to help your employees recognize corrupt referrals—and what to do about it. Kickbacks come in different forms—suitcases full of cash are (mostly) stuff in movies. This piece drives home that your business...

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