e-Detailing gets docs

November 2008
Pharmaceutical Representative;Nov2008, Vol. 38 Issue 11, p9
The article presents a survey regarding the relevance of e-Detailing to the high-value medical practitioners in the U.S. Survey shows that there are 35% of high-value physicians are attending the video detail sessions compared to the lower value doctors, though they only comprised of 24% participants.


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