Decoding Competitors: A Guide to Anticipating MedTech Industry Moves
Dismissing competitor decisions is common ground for sales teams, especially when you focus on the advantages of your products. But, what if you could use the decisions of your competitors as a tool to predict their future moves and carve out a competitive advantage?
MedTech Leaders: How to Propel Forward and Break Mental Barriers
Success often hinges on a delicate balance between technical prowess and mental fortitude. So how can we harness the untapped potential of the human mind to propel sales teams forward? Maintaining confidence without veering into cockiness becomes an important discipline.
Coaching vs. Managing: A Paradigm Shift for Sales Leaders in MedTech
Believe it or not, knowledge can be a curse when it comes to medical sales. If sales reps are leaning into clinical and product knowledge too much, it can take away from the connection their clientele often desire. So what can sales leaders do to help develop their teams for maximum impact?
The Black Hole Beyond The Health Clinic: Helping Patients Take Better Care of Themselves
Patients enter a black hole as soon as they leave their physician’s office. They’re expected to keep up with intense regimens and care for themselves as their doctors do. Unfortunately, this often leads to unnecessary medication errors, inaccurate data, and potentially harmful dosage increases. But what if there was a way to support patients beyond the clinic?
Helping Physicians Get Their Time Back with DocBuddy
Physicians across the country continue to trudge through the difficulties of documentation. Most are still using legacy software that requires excessive time and effort. What if you could streamline the workflow and save dozens of hours along the way?
All the Market Data with None of the BS
Think about it, the company that sells you your deodorant knows more about you than a medical device company. Why does that seem so backwards? But what if we told you there’s a tool available for medical device companies to gain valuable insights about 2.8 million healthcare practitioners?
Are Inside Sales Right for Medical Device?
What if you never had to worry about missing calls and losing sales, and sales STILL kept moving? It may be out of your comfort zone, but adopting inside sales tactics has been proven to accelerate growth and reduce costs. But how do you do that in an industry that is known for the power of face-to-face meetings and hands on demonstrations?
Creating a Competitive Advantage by Addressing the Little Things
How many tests does it take to get product approval? The world may never know. But if you’re not consulting your human factors team until the last minute, you may be creating unnecessary roadblocks. And sometimes those roadblocks are hiding in plain sight.
Putting a Stop to Wasted Resources: How Virtual Reality can Transform Physician Education
In a world of artificial intelligence and virtual reality, why does MedTech remain 5 years behind other industries when it comes to modern solutions? Part of the problem is accessibility. Sales reps are constantly traveling cross-country to meet with surgeons they may never hear from again. But what if there was a way to meet with more surgeons without wasting so many resources?
A Guide to Career Change for Listeners Everywhere
After 22 years of teaching in England, Phil Gostling was ready for a new challenge and took the leap into medical sales. Hard? Yes. But his lessons are gold and his approach to the industry can teach even the most seasoned sales teams about the importance of learning and listening.
Mission to Zero: Eliminating Misdiagnosis of Sepsis with Greg Bullington
Did you know that sepsis is the leading cause of death, costs, and readmissions in hospitals nationwide? Additionally, the standard of care blood tests used to diagnose the infection in an average hospital is wrong 40% of the time. So, what’s being done to address this concerning data in the healthcare system?
Founder of Becker’s Healthcare Talks Consolidation, Challenges and Growth
It’s no secret that how you sell and who you sell to is critical for company growth, but how do you navigate variables outside of your control? Healthcare is seeing an increase in consolidation across the board, leaving little room for small to mid-sized companies to operate. In this week’s episode, sponsored by TrackableMed, we put the health ecosystem under the microscope to understand more about what’s happening.
Why Sales Stall and How to Fight Back with Author of The Jolt Effect
Salespeople spend valuable time on conversations that lead to dead ends because customers don’t feel confident making decisions. So how do you navigate a conversation with a buyer in a way that can help them avoid analysis paralysis or other forms of indecision?
Challenger Sale Author, Brent Adamson, Talks Surgeon Buying Behavior
How often do we hear people say the customer is always right? While the idea behind the phrase goes a long way, do your customers really know what’s best for their practice? It seems like there’s a new product or solution every day. Physicians can’t be expected to know everything while they’re tirelessly doing what they trained their whole lives to do – save lives.
From Medical Sales to CEO of National Breathe Free Sinus & Allergy Centers
Is it possible to check all the boxes when it comes to delivering value? Patients value treatment and the overall experience, doctors value time and productivity, and office managers value organization and minimal disruptions. It can be a tall order.
Changing Cancer Detection and Treatment with Augmentative Intelligence
Doctors dedicate their lives to the health of others, making difficult decisions, and initiating tough conversations. Still, doctors are human and mistakes can happen. But what if they had a tool to help them review more data, scans, etc, prioritize patients, and get ahead of anomalies?
Pushing vs Listening: How Each Affects Your Product Adoption
What separates companies that innovate and grow, vs innovate and die? It comes down to feedback and the product lifecycle. And there are key ways you can improve the customer experience from day one that will help the dominoes fall in your direction.
On the Tech Frontier with Dr. Garrett Pohlman: Takeaways from the American Urological Association Annual Meeting
Go behind the scenes of the American Urological Association Annual Meeting and discover why some physicians choose to embrace new technology and dive head first into learning despite their peers’ reluctance to change.
Universal Principles for Creating Legends with Gair Maxwell
Why do people line up for one coffee shop when there’s an empty one three blocks away? What draws people to a product so much that they’re willing to sacrifice time out of their day to get their hands on it? How do you propel your product or service to legendary status? The answer may be more straightforward than you would have thought.