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Ready Your Team For Medical Sales Changes Influenced By Political Shifts

Today’s political climate often feels like it could shift at any second. There are many strong views and even stronger people advocating for change. The potential strain these shifts could put on your team are likely already in the back of your mind. How can they not be? Already, this year, the FDA chief has […]

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New Data Reveals Big Tech is Disrupting Medtech Territory. Here’s What You Need to Know

The human body is noted as the biggest data platform — and big tech is already in the game. With a recent push away from therapeutic devices into analytic-based solutions, huge players, like Amazon, Apple, Alphabet, CVS Health, and many more are developing new ways to deliver on-the-spot, high-quality care from anywhere in the world. […]

Culture & Retention Recruiting

Stop The Ghost of Recessions Past From Scaring Your Medical Sales Team

A ghost has been haunting medical sales employees for the last 10 years. It isn’t cloaked in a white sheet, roaming company halls. This ghost is much more unsettling — it’s the ghost of recessions past. Many medical sales employees are still dealing with the repercussions of the 2008 Great Recession, according to a recent […]

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Create Medical Sales Team Success — Even When Doctors Are Unavailable

By 2030 the U.S will face a shortage of up to 120,000 physicians, according to a newly released report by the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC). “This year’s analysis reinforces the serious threat posed by a real and significant doctor shortage,” said AAMC President and CEO Darrell G. Kirch, MD in an April press […]

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Culture & Retention Recruiting

Beyond 90 Days: How to Help Medical Sales New Hires Thrive from the Start

Finally finding top talent and making a hire is exciting, especially in a competitive world like medical sales. However, what happens if that new hire doesn’t pan out? Unfortunately, this is a common issue. A 2018 report from Jobvite found that 30 percent of new hires have left their job within the first 90 days. […]