Coordinated Communications

A few days ago, I talked about a press release from Express Scripts around formulary change programs to encourage patients to move to a different drug (same therapeutic category different chemical entity). I mentioned in there a single frame that I created to organize the program. Happily, I found it publicly so I can share it. Here it is. The key points here were – identifying the different constituents, determining the best mode of communication, coordinating across channels, and determining how to sequence communications based on events (aka triggers) which might be a date or a percentage of their prior prescription being used.

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While I was searching, I also found the presentation we gave on how multi-modal coordinations using a letter and an automated call impacted success for my retail-to-mail program. The key to remember here is that we targeted people who had already received one or more letters and had not responded. The results were great.

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