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The Think Tank

Read on about how we think and what can happen when current beliefs get in the way of progress.
Colorful design (3) HOW YOUR WORK ENVIRONMENT IMPACTS YOUR PRODUCTIVITY
Daniella Koren
April 2, 2020
Most people are looking at their homes with a new eye because now your family dynamic and schedules are totally different than they were pre-COVID-19.
Black and white ropes in a knot HOW TO EFFECTIVELY CONNECT AND DISCONNECT FROM YOUR TEAM
Daniella Koren
April 20, 2020
Once we went virtual, I missed the intangible aspect of work culture. I realized that ideas and bonds are formed in between the scheduled structure.
Zoomed in pavement WHY RELEVANCE AND RESPONSIVENESS BOOSTS ROI
Daniella Koren
March 27, 2017
[We] are not simply communicating with “customers” who want consumer goods or services, rather people who are searching for answers about something that’s far more vital.
Colorful design (2) THE ABCs OF A/B TESTING IN HEALTHCARE MARKETING
Daniella Koren
February 28, 2017
Marketers need to understand what works, what doesn’t, and the methods of delivery that resonate with patients.
Zoomed in metal HEALTHCARE MARKETING TO THE UNDIAGNOSED AND THOSE WITH RARE DISEASES
Daniella Koren
November 25, 2016
Social media and online boards are some of the best means of connecting with rare disease and undiagnosed communities.
Yellow stone wall HOW MUCH DO PATIENTS REALLY WANT TO KNOW ABOUT THEIR CONDITION?
Daniella Koren
October 28, 2016
We must be cognizant of the fact that many patients have different education needs and that many will do their own research.
Tan design HOW ISOLATION IMPACTS THOSE SUFFERING WITH RARE DISEASE
Daniella Koren
September 6, 2016
More organizations are being formed to address the medical and emotional needs of those with rare diseases.
Colorful design TWO BIG Cs FOR CANCER PATIENTS: COMPASSIONATE COMMUNICATION
Daniella Koren
July 16, 2018
While it is important that the patient and his or her team understand the planned treatment and the possible side effects, some people do not feel comfortable talking with a doctor.