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Lilly Showing Social Media Savvy, Pitts Says

July 12, 2012 – In a July 12 entry on his DrugWonks.com blog, Center for Medicine in the Public Interest Co-founder and President Peter Pitts discusses how Eli Lilly & Co. is using social media to its advantage. This example australia healthcare online viagra is significant, because many pharmaceutical companies continue to struggle with how […]

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CHC, Other Industry Leaders Warn Congress That New Laws Could Thwart Progress of Voluntary Privacy Programs

March 8, 2012 – Fifteen trade associations – including the Coalition for Healthcare Communication – sent a letter to Congressional leaders this week asking them to hold off on pursuing consumer privacy legislation while industry-led self-regulatory program efforts take hold. Because these efforts are an efficient and effective way to protect consumer privacy interests, the […]

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DAA’s Self-regulatory Ad Program to Protect Consumers Online Is Praised by White House, DOC and FTC

Feb. 23, 2012 – At a White House meeting held today to unveil the blueprint for the Obama Administration’s “Consumer Privacy Bill of Rights,” the Digital Advertising Alliance (DAA) and its members were praised by White House, Department of Commerce and Federal Trade Commission officials for their efforts during the past three years to protect […]

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Digital Health Coalition Issues Guiding Principles and Best Practices to Help Lead Way on Robust Use of Social Media by Medicine Companies

Feb. 7, 2012 – Responding to patient and professional calls for more industry participation in the Internet and social media, a broad-based industry group – including the Coalition for Healthcare Communication – yesterday issued “guiding principles” at a members meeting in New York City to advance the digital presence of the medicines industry. The Digital Health […]

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FDA Issues Draft Guidance on Unsolicited Off-label Info Requests, Addresses both Professional and Internet Media

Jan. 2, 2012 – In the waning days of 2011, the FDA released a significant draft guidance on company responses to unsolicited requests for off-label information by healthcare professionals and consumers.  Although the FDA explicitly recognized the value of company-provided information, the draft guidance  adhered to its traditional policy stance strickly limiting such answers to the individual making the request […]

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Regulatory Compliance Testing Helps Agencies Navigate Internet, Social Media

Aug. 12, 2011 – Investing in regulatory compliance testing to build better promotional campaigns that track with FDA marketing regulations and guidance is a wise business decision for advertising and promotion agencies, according to a recent article in Rx COMPLIANCE REPORT. Participating in a new online certificate program developed by the Center for Communication Compliance […]

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