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HealthEconomics.Com Launches Live Streaming Educational Series in HE-Xpo®, the Pharma Industry’s Only Online Virtual Community for Health Economics and Outcomes Research
Date:12/19/2013

Ponte Vedra Beach, FL (PRWEB) December 19, 2013

HealthEconomics.Com announces the expansion of their digital marketing services to include Live Streaming Educational and Promotional Events in their newly launched Virtual on-line tradeshow and marketplace arena: HE-Xpo®. HE-Xpo® is focused on the pharmaceutical industry and health payer audience, and most specifically directed toward health economics and outcomes research (HEOR) professionals, as well as those involved in pharma pricing, payer marketing, health technology assessment (HTA), reimbursement, health informatics, and health information technology. HealthEconomics.Com, the global leader in healthcare value and market access, is the developer, sponsor, and marketer of HE-Xpo®, which runs on the Marketplace365® platform from Onstream Media Corporation. HE-Xpo® delivers the look and feel of a real-world Tradeshow and Career Fair, but is entirely virtual and accessible online from the home or office, using a desktop, tablet, or mobile device.

The first live streaming event in the HE-Xpo® virtual environment will take place at 11:00am ET on January 9, 2014, and is entitled “Running Successful Trials in Emerging Regions Using Technology to Maximize Success”. This webinar, jointly presented by Pharm-Olam and ERT, will address the challenges most commonly faced by pharmaceutical companies in managing clinical trials, including managing patients, investigative sites, and logistics while implementing technology systems to overcome multi-cultural differences and methods to maximize trial success. Webinar speakers include Yamin ‘Mo’ Khan, PhD, Executive Vice President of Global Clinical Develop
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