We help life sciences and biopharma companies navigate the complexities of EHRs to improve access to treatments and to thrive in the new world of value-based care. Throughout the patient journey, we deliver solutions that help life sciences companies compete in a rapidly-evolving health IT ecosystem.
Innovation developmentfrom a technology perspective to ensure acceptance of new innovations in the workflows that will exist in years to come
Market validation, evaluation and tracking of future and new concepts and the impact on the pharmaceutical industry
Business planningto inform long term brand planning about technological advances
Technology standards assessment including the development of advocacy for clients to execute
EHR Expertise for Brand Programs
Creating programs customized to brands to improve care
Education for marketing and sales teams to understand EHR technology and how the technology can help them
Launch supportto improve the presentation and use of new products in the EHR
Innovation developmentthrough programs for brands that support customer’s use of products
Why Point-of-Care Partners
Our clients span payers, EHRs, other technology companies
Deep understanding of standards organizations and processes
Relationships with companies and people that have extensive experience in implementing and adjusting EHRs
Connections with other trade organizations to understand stakeholder viewpoints
Broad pharmaceutical company client base
Experienced staff with EHR knowledge and pharmaceutical experience
Authentic and adaptable team with the ability to adjust as required
Dedicated to the success of our projects and programs
EHRs Insights for Life Science Companies
Electronic health records (EHRs) are here to stay in medical practice. And doctors spend a lot of time with them. A recent study found that doctors spend at least two hours during the office day working with EHRs, and between one and two additional hours after work with tasks associated with the technology.
For life science and pharmaceutical companies, the key is helping clinicians use their EHRs to work smarter, not harder. This short video from Point-of-Care Partners provides key insights.