Healthcare Community building and Association development

26 million healthcare professionals worldwide are the most influential group within the healthcare sector. At the international level, clinical evidence continues to drive the healthcare industry, its consumers and payers.

Scientific communities, professional associations, and patient advocacy groups can authoritatively recommend choices, practices and policies. Due to their vast knowledge pools and political and commercial independence, they, together with leading universities, often had seen as the only credible source of education and information on healthcare.

Our association management, community building and consulting services assist these groups to form and develop functional communities with own strategic planning, fundraising, membership development and advocacy campaigns. We help them build on their strengths to maximize outreach and influence to global target audiences. 

In our long-term partnerships with medical associations, organisations and groups, eic² works alongside the most senior association leaders, ensuring constant focus on the association’s mission. While staying in the background, away from the limelight, eic² supports these leaders with their important visibility, value, and outreach. We help them engage with their members and develop living dialogues, thereby benefiting both group members and other stakeholders of the medical specialty and its patients.

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