The Top 5 Questions All Doctors Want Answers to

  1. Cost and Coverage — “What is the cost of this drug and does public insurance cover it?” Cost may affect a patient’s willingness to start a drug and remain compliant, which is why it’s consistently top of mind.
  2. Samples — “How can I get samples sent to my clinic?” As most life sciences companies already know, providing samples to their prescribers at crucial intervals is key.
  3. Published data — “Can you send me studies on this drug?” HCPs need clinical trial data to make informed decisions on the potential risks and benefits of a therapy.
  4. Availability — “Where can this drug be obtained?” Quite simply, if patients can’t access a drug, they can’t take it.
  5. Support and Services — “What support materials do you have for my patients?” HCPs frequently ask conversational agents for educational materials for their patients to supplement in-office counseling.

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