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Sarah B. Brown, Director of Marketing

Sarah B. Brown, Director of Marketing

As Director of Marketing at DMD, Sarah Brown manages the company’s brand, strategic marketing plans and campaigns, content marketing, and conferences. She has more than 10 years professional marketing experience across healthcare and information security industries.Sarah earned her Bachelor of Arts degree from DePaul University and her MS in Integrated Marketing Communications from Northwestern University.

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[Webinar] Decoding The Digital Physician: Separating Fact From Fiction

Sarah B. Brown, Director of Marketing

Capturing the attention of your physician audience is no easy feat, especially with digital communication increasing every day. It’s difficult to cut through this noise to deliver your message. The best way to reach your audience is to understand their needs – and tailor your outreach to those needs. Today, more than ever, physician-level data is critical to effectively reach and engage your targets.

In our next webinar on May 22, Edith Hodkinson, Chief of Digital Strategy, will unravel some notions about the “digital physician” to demonstrate why it’s so important for marketers to separate fact from fiction when strategizing ways to communicate with and engage healthcare professionals. In preparation for the webinar, I sat down with Edith to explore some of the topics she’ll be discussing.

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Topics: Audience Identity Management, Physician Engagement, AIM, Healthcare Marketing

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DMD President Roger Korman and his management team publish weekly articles on digital communication and technology in healthcare.

Articles are published that cover website visitor identity, the value of authenticated healthcare professional databases for use in multichannel marketing to physicians and healthcare professionals. DMD clients in pharma, hospital and health systems, agencies, and physician marketing companies rely on DMD's email and AIMSM technologies to improve communication with healthcare professionals across marketing channels.