Patient Engagement Analysis Helped a Global Pharma Company Improve Conversion Rates and Patient Satisfaction…

first_img TAGS  Pinterest Patient Engagement Analysis Helped a Global Pharma Company Improve Conversion Rates and Patient Satisfaction | Quantzig’s Success Story Offers In-depth Insights Local NewsBusiness Facebook Previous articleKitewheel Issues State of the Retail Industry Report Examining Consumption Trends, New Expectations, and SolutionsNext articleCrystal Blockchain : les plateformes P2P ont besoin de régulation pour réduire le risque de blanchiment d’argent Digital AIM Web Support Twitter LONDON–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Feb 3, 2021– Quantzig, advanced analytics and business intelligence solution provider, announced today the release of its latest patient engagement analysis success story that sheds light on the importance of healthcare analytics in the healthcare sector. This press release features multimedia. View the full release here: https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20210203005424/en/ The success story sheds light on how a leading American pharmaceutical company leveraged patient engagement analysis to improve patient engagement. Today pharmaceutical companies are working on improving the patient experience. Quantzig’s patient engagement analysis focuses on driving healthcare transformation to improve patient outcomes and reduce costs. This success story sheds light on the importance of patient engagement analysis in boosting operational efficiency. Read the success story here: Request a FREE proposalto understand the potential benefits of patient engagement analysis. Challenges faced by the pharmaceutical company included-Rising costs and the need to improve healthcare outcomesImprove the effectiveness and efficacy of patient outreachAnalyze the patient data and effectively target patients to deliver top-notch servicesImprove patient engagement in a cost-effective manner Over the past 16 years, Quantzig has helped leading pharmaceutical companies to solve some of the most challenging business problems leveraging patient engagement analysis solutions. Want to know more? Contact us. The client is a leading US-based pharma company well-known for its quality control standards in medicine. This leading pharma company collaborated with Quantzig to leverage its patient engagement analysis expertise to improve patient engagement, experience, and business outcomes. Request a FREE pilotto know how Quantzig’s data-driven approach can help you improve the efficiency of patient outreach using patient engagement analysis. How did patient engagement analysis help the pharmaceutical firm? The patient engagement analysis experts of Quantzig conducted a pilot to test the patient engagement model results parallelly along with the existing rule-based calling campaign to compare the results of the analytical approach and measure its success. The solution offered by Quantzig helped this pharmaceutical giant improve conversion rates for the selected group patients by 35%. The patient engagement analysis solution also helped the client to-Improve customer satisfaction rates by offering services in real-time through the preferred channelWitness a 3x boost in operational efficiency Recent success stories that might interest you-Embracing the Future One Step a Time: How Logistics Network Remodeling Enabled a Green Chemicals Company to Implement Top-Of-The-Line Logistics Model, Enhance Data Accessibility, and Logistics VisibilityCustomer Segmentation Analytics Helped a Payment Card Industry Client Achieve a 2x Increase in CSAT Follow us on LinkedIn and Twitter to keep abreast of the upcoming trends in business intelligence and analytics. About Quantzig Quantzig is the world’s foremost full-service advanced analytics and business intelligence solution provider, turning clients’ complex, unstructured data into intelligent, actionable insights that enable them to solve complex business problems and inspire innovation, change, and growth. Over the past 16 years, our insights have helped over 120 clients spanning across industries and sectors like Pharmaceutical and Life Sciences, Retail and CPG, Food and Beverage, and more. We have successfully delivered 1500 in-depth solutions in areas like Marketing Analytics, Customer Analytics, Supply Chain Analytics, and more. For more information on our engagement policies and pricing plans, visit https://www.quantzig.com/request-for-proposal. View source version on businesswire.com:https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20210203005424/en/ CONTACT: Quantzig Eva Sharma Marketing Manager US: +1 630 538 7144 UK: +44 208 629 1455 https://www.quantzig.com/contact-us KEYWORD: INDUSTRY KEYWORD: HEALTH PHARMACEUTICAL SOURCE: Quantzig Copyright Business Wire 2021. PUB: 02/03/2021 09:05 AM/DISC: 02/03/2021 09:05 AM http://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20210203005424/encenter_img Twitter Facebook By Digital AIM Web Support – February 3, 2021 Pinterest WhatsApp WhatsApplast_img read more

Voices Of Dissent Cannot Be Suppressed In A Democracy : Justice Arun Mishra While Hearing Rajasthan MLAs Case

first_imgTop StoriesVoices Of Dissent Cannot Be Suppressed In A Democracy : Justice Arun Mishra While Hearing Rajasthan MLAs Case LIVELAW NEWS NETWORK23 July 2020 1:04 AMShare This – xVoice of dissent cannot be suppressed in a democracy, observed Justice Arun Mishra, while hearing the matter related to the disqualification proceedings against 19 dissident Congress MLAs of Rajasthan led by Sachin Pilot.Justice Mishra’s comments came in response to the submission made by Rajasthan Speaker’s counsel, Senior Advocate Kapil Sibal, that anti-party statements and refusal to…Your free access to Live Law has expiredTo read the article, get a premium account.Your Subscription Supports Independent JournalismSubscription starts from ₹ 599+GST (For 6 Months)View PlansPremium account gives you:Unlimited access to Live Law Archives, Weekly/Monthly Digest, Exclusive Notifications, Comments.Reading experience of Ad Free Version, Petition Copies, Judgement/Order Copies.Subscribe NowAlready a subscriber?LoginVoice of dissent cannot be suppressed in a democracy, observed Justice Arun Mishra, while hearing the matter related to the disqualification proceedings against 19 dissident Congress MLAs of Rajasthan led by Sachin Pilot.Justice Mishra’s comments came in response to the submission made by Rajasthan Speaker’s counsel, Senior Advocate Kapil Sibal, that anti-party statements and refusal to attend party meetings can be ground to initiate disqualification proceedings on the ground of voluntary giving up of party membership under paragraph 2(1)(a) of the Tenth Schedule of the Constitution.Seemingly unconvinced with this submission, Justice Mishra observed :”In this case, it seems party members cannot raise their own voice against their own party. Voice of dissent cannot be suppressed in a democracy. They had all been elected by the people. Can they not express their dissent?”The top court was hearing the petition filed by Speaker CP Joshi against the order passed by the Rajasthan High Court on July 21 directing the Speaker to extend the time to file replies by the MLAs to the disqualification notices till the pronouncement of judgment on July 24.Justice Mishra – In this case, it seems party members can’t raise their own voice against their own party.”Voice of dissent cannot be suppressed.”#RajasthanPoliticalCrisis #RajasthanPolitics @INCIndia @SachinPilot— Live Law (@LiveLawIndia) July 23, 2020During the hearing, the bench,also including Justices B R Gavai and Krishna Murari, elaborately quizzed Senior Advocate Kapil Sibal as to whether refusal to attend party meetings can be a ground to issue disqualification notices. Though Sibal repeatedly tried to emphasize that the issue in the case was whether the High Court had power to issue a direction against the Speaker at an interim stage, the debates veered towards if refusal to attend party meetings could attract disqualification.In response to the comment of Justice Mishra regarding suppression of dissent, Sibal submitted that they ought to voice their opinion within the party.”If the MLAs have to voice their dissent, they will have to the party meeting”, he said. Sibal further highlighted that the rebel MLAs have not yet exercised their option of submitting replies before the Speaker.”I, as a constitutional authority, sought a reply. Why did they not reply?They are giving interviews to TV channels. They say they want to voice their opinion. Let them come to the party meeting and voice their opinion. They need to state that”, Sibal said.The bench ultimately observed that the matter involved “serious questions related to democracy”, and adjourned the hearing till Monday.However, the bench refused to the stay the proceedings in Rajasthan HC, which is scheduled to pronounce judgment tomorrow on the petition filed by Sachin Pilot camp against the Speaker’s notices.The SC clarified that the judgment to be passed by the High Court will be subject to the orders of Supreme Court.It was on July 14 that the Speaker, Dr C P Joshi, served the notices on the 19 dissident MLAs, including Pilot, amid their rebellion against Chief Minister, Ashok Gehlot. They were initially given time till 1 PM, July 17 to submit the replies. Meanwhile, the 19 MLAs approached the High Court on July 16, challenging the Speaker’s action. The High Court started hearing the matter on July 17, and in view of the pendency of the proceedings, the Speaker had extended the time for reply till 5.30 pm on July 21. On July 21, the HC bench reserved the judgment for July 24, after hearing Senior Advocates Harish Salve and Mukul Rohatgi for the rebel MLAs, Senior Advocate Dr AM Singhvi for the Speaker, and Senior Advocate Devadatt Kamat for the Congress Whip.Subscribe to LiveLaw, enjoy Ad free version and other unlimited features, just INR 599 Click here to Subscribe. All payment options available.loading….Next Storylast_img read more

Adam Driver to Explore the Dark Side of the Force as Star Wars’ New Darth Vader

first_img Driver is best known as Adam from HBO’s ground-breaking series Girls. He also appeared in the films Lincoln, Gayby and J. Edgar. He appeared on the New York stage in Man and Boy, Angels in America, Look Back in Anger and Mrs. Warren’s Profession. Main Stem vet Adam Driver is in negotiations to appear as a Darth Vader type villain in J.J. Abrams’ Star Wars: Episode VII. According to The Hollywood Reporter the Girls star may have beaten out both Michael Fassbender and Joel Kinnaman for the gig. The movie is scheduled to begin shooting in London this spring, although there’s Jedi training to be done before then. It’s thought that original stars Harrison Ford, Mark Hamill and Carrie Fisher will return, but as Yoda would put it, it’s difficult to see. Always in motion is the future. Especially when the notoriously secretive Abrams is in charge.center_img View Commentslast_img read more

Hardware store trip gives Ferny Hills renovator a huge lift

first_imgHe has incorporated floating cabinetry and warm timber reveals to change the space dynamics of the four-bedroom house. SEE WHAT ELSE IS FOR SALE IN FERNY HILLS Timber cabinetry in the kitchen.“I enjoy doing projects at home, sometimes the stairs, the bathroom, the deck, the bench and downlights.”Curving the timber around the pool deck was a particularly challenging project. >>>FOLLOW THE COURIER-MAIL REAL ESTATE TEAM ON FACEBOOK<<< The architectural engineer who lives here has turned his renovation into a series of weekend projects.IT’S the house that cages rocks, bends timbers, lifts carpets and floats cabinets and it’s not Hogwarts.The secret behind Ron Van Sluijs stylish Ferny Hills renovation is to work within your means.“When I was a student, I wanted to have really nice furniture, I couldn’t afford that so I just built it myself.”Now a professional architectural engineer, Van Sluijs is making ‘okay money’ but he’s the first to admit he’s not rich so he had to be smart about the renovation of his 13 Wanawong Court home.Ripping up the carpet was his first smart move.“The whole house was carpeted, but if you lifted a little bit of carpet you could see very polished hardwood floors,” he said. The exposed staircase with timber pigeonhole bookshelf built into the wall. Timber framing around the window reveals. And he has done it without spending a fortune.“I wasn’t rich so I had to be smart with what I could do,” he said.A trip to the local hardware store saw him load up on plywood decking boards which he mitre cut to put in the window reveals.“They cost next to nothing and all the joinery in the house I’ve used those decking boards.”He has renovated bathrooms, the kitchen, stripped back the staircase and built a pigeonhole bookshelf above.More from newsFor under $10m you can buy a luxurious home with a two-lane bowling alley5 Apr 2017Military and railway history come together on bush block24 Apr 2019 Construction of the curved timber pool deck with clamps in place. The granite theme begins at the entrance to the property with this mailbox. Mr Van Sluijs is now selling his home and moving to acreage.It is being sold by Bradley Butten of Professionals Priority Ferny Hills with offers over $699,000 invited. Lifting the carpets has revealed a beautiful polished timber floorboard.It has delighted Mr Van Sluijs to continue the timber theme throughout his renovation of 13 Wanawong Court, Ferny Hills, over the last 14 years ago. Floating cabinetry is a feature in the bathrooms.Outside, rock baskets feature from the front mailbox to the retaining wall with timber planter boxes. Twenty tonnes of granite have been used to form a caged retaining wall. The finished curved pool deck. Another challenge has been the bathroom.“The bench talks to the mirror, talks to the louvres on the right and the built-in shelving unit with the laundry basket with big handles made from double decking board.”last_img read more

South Africa’s Cardinal Maritime Receives Ultramax Bulker

first_imgSouth Africa’s Cardinal Maritime has taken delivery of an Ultramax bulker from Japan’s Kawasaki Heavy Industries (KHI).The 61,000 dwt African Cardinal was delivered on September 26 from Dalian COSCO KHI Ship Engineering in China, which is operated jointly by KHI and China COSCO Shipping.The newbuild is the second ship in the Cardinal Maritime fleet, according to VesselsValue data. The company also owns the 2019-built MR2 tanker Eternal Sunshine.Measuring 199 meters in length, the newly-delivered African Cardinal has a hold capacity of 77,539 cbm and incorporates energy saving technologies.The Panama-flagged bulker features four 30-ton deck cranes along the center in between the hatch covers to enable cargo loading and unloading in ports that lack cargo handling facilities.last_img