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Why Differing Opinions are the Building Blocks for a Solid Advisory Board

The desire to seek additional medical opinions doesn’t happen often enough. So many people listen to their healthcare professionals (HCPs) and assume that their advice is to be taken as fact as opposed to opinion. Unfortunately for so many patients, they remain misdiagnosed and/or mistreated with their conditions, diseases, or disorders. This is why it’s so important for the biopharmaceutical companies to seek varying insight from medical experts in the advisory board setting. Most HCPs seem to have their own opinion, yet so often, they are wrong.

Improve Your Virtual Meeting Presence

Biopharma companies are welcoming a return to traditional live broadcasts, but virtual meetings are now a permanent part of the fabric in peer-to-peer healthcare communications. In this new environment, speakers in your bureau need to understand how to best present themselves in both settings to maximize their professionalism and credibility. Fortunately, there are several simple tips and tricks that can be implemented quickly and easily to improve one's screen presence.

Vision2Voice Wins 2021 BBB Torch Award for Ethics

Vision2Voice was selected to win a Torch Award for the first time in Chicago after two previous wins in Omaha in 2014 and 2019. The 2021 Award Winners were evaluated by a prestigious independent panel of 20 judges from the business and academic communities. The Torch Awards are open to all Chicago and Northern Illinois based businesses that have been in business for three years or more and have a track record of trust, ethics, and exceptional service.

KOL Spotlight in Medicine: Dr. Wallace Duff

In the first of the Vision2Voice KOL Spotlight in Medicine Video Series, President Dan Rehal sits down with Dr. Wallace Duff to talk about his work in the otolaryngology field, specifically related to the prevention of COVID-19 with povidone-iodine (iodopovidone).

7 Universal Skills to Train Your Speakers

Whether your speakers are specialists, primary care physicians, or non-physician practitioners—a successful speaker program depends heavily on effective communication. It's a necessary skill in every aspect of business, social, and family life. How speakers communicate directly determines how they lead, command respect, earn trust, and are well liked. As a brand leader, you can have an impact on your bureau's success by helping your speakers work on these seven traits.