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  1. 1. Connecting the dots From multi-channel to cross-channel customer engagement
  2. 2. Just what the doctor ordered Confidential & Proprietary
  3. 3. The Return on Relationship Challenge Confidential & Proprietary
  4. 4. A Luxury Resource • Annual cost = $195k • Cost/call = $148 • Call duration = 2 minutes 4 Confidential & Proprietary
  5. 5. No See Physicians As % of all Dec ’08 Jun ‘10 23.6% 22.9% Appointment Physicians As % of all Dec ’08 Jun ‘10 38.5% 49.6% 5 Confidential & Proprietary
  6. 6. Health Care Professional @ Mobile Inside Email Returns Sales Virtual Sales Force Support Training and Social Development Call Center Contract Resolution Blended Order/Distribution Sales Print Web Management Content Management, Creative Design Experts, Compliance Web Brand Development Strategy /Hosting Video/ Multi Marketing/ Media Advertising Analytics for Customer Insights 6 Confidential & Proprietary
  7. 7. #1 Channels preferences continually changing, growing, shifting 7 Confidential & Proprietary
  8. 8. Touchpoint Taxonomy Platform Media Channel Web Book Product Web iOS Newspaper Packaging Social Media Android Magazine Email Video Print Catalog Mac OS X Messaging Audio Call Center Telephone MS Windows Poster Website Print Billboard Blog Context Facebook Home Twitter Work Walking YouTube Driving Email Device Shopping Direct Mail Desktop Scale Plane Radio Laptop Covert Party Mobile Mobile Personal Television Tablet Personal Social Television Environmental Location Kiosk Architectural Time Urban Task 8 Confidential & Proprietary
  9. 9. So, how do customers feel about multi-channel? 9 Confidential & Proprietary
  10. 10. By The Numbers 80% 30%, 28% 255% 81% 1 of 3 Confidential & Proprietary
  11. 11. 11 Confidential & Proprietary
  12. 12. The Theme of the Day? One word MOBILE! Confidential & Proprietary
  13. 13. Mobile Benefits to the Physician Percentage of physicians who said mobile would have these benefits 56% Expedite decision making 39% 36% Decreas e time for Increase admin collabora 26% tasks tion 24% Allow among more No physician time with impact s patients Source: PWC HRI Physicians Survey 2010 Confidential & Proprietary
  14. 14. #2 Managing all channels takes increasingly specialized talent 14 Confidential & Proprietary
  15. 15. Multi-Channel Cross-Channel SERVICE SERVICE Adapted from Cross-Platform Service User Experience portal.acm.org/citation.cfm?id=1851637 15 15 Confidential & Proprietary
  16. 16. Changing Patient/HCP Behavior Requires A New Approach Customer Customer @ @ email print store call center email print store call center mobile social web mobile social web Communications Communications Account Coordination Account Team Hundreds of Net New Processes One Process – One System Confidential & Proprietary
  17. 17. #3 Rapid commoditization & disintermediation is driving critical requirement for innovation 17 Confidential & Proprietary
  18. 18. #4 Technology represents both opportunities & threats 18 Confidential & Proprietary
  19. 19. Cross Channel/Cross Device Website Smart Phone App •Landing page •Health tips •Enrollment •Medication & Testing •Opt-in reminders •Health tips •Diet guide CRM •Medication & Testing •Meal planner reminders •Tech support •Diet guide •Help desk API •Live coaching •Meal planner Customer API API DB EMR/PHR API API iPhone App •Health tips Analytical SMS •Medication & Testing reminders Services •Health tips •Diet guide •Medication & Testing reminders •Meal planner Analytics & Reporting Confidential & Proprietary
  20. 20. #5 With the rapid pace of change, is best practice even possible? 20 Confidential & Proprietary
  21. 21. Image: Catra, MIT Media Lab Mobile devices increasingly used to diagnose medical treatment
  22. 22. Physicians want patients to track healthcare at home 65% Weight No, 12% 61% Blood sugar 57% Vital signs 54% Exercise 36% Calorie/Fat intake 36% Pain level 35% Sleep pattern 28% Cardiac rhythm 17% Bladder control 16% Acid reflux Yes, 88% 13% Digestive health Source: PWC HRI Physicians Survey 2010 Confidential & Proprietary
  23. 23. Mobile technology and augmented reality blends offline and online barriers
  24. 24. 7 Keys to Cross-Channel Success 24 Confidential & Proprietary
  25. 25. #1 Maintain the brand throughout ANY execution 25 Confidential & Proprietary
  26. 26. #2 Listen to your customers first, your boss next 26 Confidential & Proprietary
  27. 27. #3 Leverage integrated or single technology platform 27 Confidential & Proprietary
  28. 28. #4 Balance mix – great in 1 channel, good in many 28 Confidential & Proprietary
  29. 29. #5 Understand the importance of design 29 Confidential & Proprietary
  30. 30. #6 Do it better, or differently, preferably both 30 Confidential & Proprietary
  31. 31. #7 Be selective in what you want to be FAMOUS for 31 Confidential & Proprietary

Hinweis der Redaktion

  • A revolution in customer experience – healthcare and pharmaceutical companies are not immune to the shift in control of the brand/customer relationship to the social customer. Paul Greenburg – “Social CRM is the company’s response to the customer’s control of the conversation”
  • The HCP relationshipchallengePharma and healthcare companies continue to have high expectations for continued revenue growth, but these expectationsmust be met economically i.e. with reduced emphasis on traditional channels - the outside sales representative. Three reasons for this dilemma
  • #1A luxury resourceFully loaded annual cost = $195kCost/call = $148Ave call duration = 2 minutes
  • #2Diminishing effectA recent study by the health intelligence company SK&A revealed that 22.9% ofphysicians currently are not accessible to pharmaceutical sales representatives.2 Theimportant observation, however, was not the magnitude of that number, but the fact thatit has remained almost unchanged b.t. 12/08 and 6/10.Unlikely that the efficacy of the outside sales representative is declining because physiciansAre not seeing outside sales ppl. Real reason: fundamental sales routingModel. Needs to be at HCPs convenience, not the convenience of the field sales representative.
  • #3A continuing needrep-delivered promotion has become less economical, but because the need for personal promotion still existsMarketers are exploring many digital media channels, e.g. self-directed edetailing. They’re still not as effective in penetration. Field reps can gainaccess to almost 80% of physicians, most self-directed e-detailing projects are considered successful if they engage only 10% to 20% of the targeted docs.
  • Cross channel challenges
  • And the growth of available touch points is exploding
  • Channel preference
  • 80% of physicians report owning a mobile device capable of downloading an app30% own an iPad, Addition 28% plan on purchasing one in 201281% own a smartphone; compared to 50% of general populationWireless health market has grown 255% since 20071 in 3 physicians would prefer patients to track and report information via on-line applications
  • Need updated data
  • Managing channels
  • Then just when we have seemed to gotten a handle on all these channels, customers’ expectations have changed to demand cross-channel integration that delivers a consistent message regardless of channel
  • Every growing number of channels, driven by customer preference, results in exponentially more and complex business processes
  • Customer experience is the only real sustainable value creator and competitive advantage.
  • The trap, that history has shown to repeat over and over, is to focus on the technology for technology’s sake rather than customer’s preference and the desire to enhance the customer experience.
  • Security challengesIntegrated across payor, provider, manufacturer and patient platforms
  • “Gamification” means applying gaming psychology and gaming mechanics to technologies and business process, making better customer experiences. What makes games like Mob Wars so freakishly addictive?If you are doing any of the following:1.recognizing most valuable “players” in your support community – Dell, Logitech2.showing “top lists” of agents inside your contact center;3.Using leader board concepts to encourage target activities;4.employing progress bars in self-service wizards; or5.handing out achievement badges for attaining certain training levels, then you have dipped your toe (however accidentally and superficially) into the water of gamification.
  • VirginApple – analysts thought they were nuts for entering the retail space. What does apple know about retailing?
  • ATM example
  • Best of breed will consume valuable resources and continually put the company behind the customer in terms of channel preference
  • At least to start. Amazon, Apple,Zappos are exceptions. It didn’t happen over night. Zappos and Amazon focus on the upstream business process that destroy customer value and make the experience at the moments of truth challenging.
  • Design of the customer experience – co creation is the path to a unique customer experience
  • IVR