Category Archives: Social Media

FDA Needs a Communications AdComm

When it comes to communications, the environment has been fast, the FDA – slow. A few months ago I talked about a few of the potentially game changing implications of some relatively new platforms – Meerkat and Periscope, which allow … Continue reading

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More on Twitter and Pharma

Before breaking for summer vacation, I had posted about the increase in Twitter followers among pharma companies this year over last and noted that the overall number of Twitter followers of pharma feeds had increase significantly. That was true despite … Continue reading

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Twitter Followers and Pharma – The New Numbers

As many readers are aware, I love databases and one of them that I have put together takes a stab at tracking social media activity of the pharma, biotech and device sectors. Included in the count are any pharma Twitter … Continue reading

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A “Long Shot” at Getting FDA Off the Dime on Social Media

Last month, Politico reported on the communications aspects of the 21st Century Cures Act (the Act) – also known as H.R. 6 – the sweeping legislation that addresses a range of issues related to medical research and access to medicines. … Continue reading

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FDA Enforcement of Digital Communications – An Update

In 2013, I published a white paper called “FDA Communications Oversight in a Digital Era” that drew upon the data base I had put together of OPDP Warning and Untitled Letters (referred to collectively as “regulatory action letters”). The object … Continue reading

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