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Medical sales – the power of selling with clinical data

Selling with clinical data is becoming increasingly important. This blog shares why this is true and 3 traps sales training directors must avoid. Continue reading

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Medical sales – there is no back to the future

Selling in the medical sales space is not business as usual! As the healthcare space transforms, salespeople must sell differently to succeed – and the sales trianing they receive must be different, too! Continue reading

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Reinventing the sales conversation with the hospital c-suite

MedTech salespeople must have an effective strategy for selling at the senior executive level in hospitals. Customizing what you say – the content – is a key start, along with personalizing it and making the sales call into a conversation. This blog 7 shares strategic priorities in the hospital c-suite tohelp MedTech salespeople get started. Continue reading

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Medical sales – grabbing physician attention – An STC Classic

The key to sales success in the medical sales space is the sales rep is not only being mindful of the physician’s time, there’s a second piece to the story – having something of value to share with the doc. Continue reading

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Medical device sales – selling with clinical data

Physicians – and other medical staff – report that clinical studies in peer reviewed journals and evidence-based medicine are increasingly important in making decisions. So, today’s medical device reps must become skilled in selling with clinical data. Unfortunately too many medical reps do not optimize the use of clinical data during their interactions with medical staff. Three traps are particularly common are discussed.
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Medical sales: tailoring sales to physician preferences – A Sales Tip

Medical sales reps are challenged to figure out the right experience for every physician. Easy to say, not so easy to do. So, let’s review a list of ideas for getting started: Continue reading

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Medical sales – selling new technologies to physicians

When talking about a new medical device with a physician, some will show a lot of interest. So you initial expectations will be fulfilled. But beware! The physicians you talk with early on may be comprised mainly of early adopters. Why drives new physicians to adopt new technologies? This blog post identifies four ideas medical sales reps can use when selling new medical devices to physicians. Continue reading

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Seven fundamentals for selling to physicians

Hospitals are going through a transformational period – changing what they buy, how they buy and what they are willing to pay for it. The sales rep who does not adjust and adapt to these changes is unlikely to prosper. In the future business-as-usual will be business lost to competitors. This blog contains 7 best practices for medical device sales reps Continue reading

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Selling medical devices that are evolutionary not revolutionary

Medical device innovation is slowing down – so product categories are becoming more and more crowded often filled with many “look alike”products. At the same time physicians are more willing to accept a medical device offered at the lowest price as long as it meets quality standards. Historically, a medical device sales team primarily focused their efforts on selling the clinical benefits of a product to physicians. Tomorrow that is unlikely to carry the day. They will also need to sell the economic benefits to both the physician and to non-physicians who are strictly concerned about the cost-benefit considerations. Continue reading

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Medical sales – blog round up – Winter 2012

If you missed some of our medical sales and medical device blogs posts, here’s a chance to look at our most popular posts appear during the Winter 2012 – in the Medical Sales – Blog Round-up. Continue reading

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