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We find out if your processes & policies are achieving the desired results you need

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Highly experienced at writing strategic communications & publications plans, & providing strategic advice

Medical Education & Training

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Health Economics Communications

One of the few agencies in the world with genuine health economics communications expertise

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Conceptualise your ideas with on-line & off-line design, creative & production work

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Rx Communications...

making accurate, valuable information accessible

A Boutique Medical Communications Agency

Why choose Rx Communications?

  • The longest established and largest medical communications agency specialising in health economics and outcomes communications, publications and training
  • One of the most ethical and compliant medical communications agencies in healthcare today
  • A leader in innovative communications and publications, strategic planning and management
Why choose Rx

Customer Testimonials

Sadly, the confidential nature of our work means that our client testimonials are anonymous, but we still think it’s important for you know what they think of us anyway!

  • Thank you once again for handling the poster project so nicely despite the very challenging timelines.

    Health Economist
  • Thanks and congratulations to you and the study team with this crisp, comprehensive and nice manuscript!

    Lead Physician EU
  • I would like to warmly thank you for your great effort and dedication that was put in the development of this Congress report! It was sent out for review to our colleagues.

    Strategic Communications Manager
  • Thanks again for all of your excellent work and help with this manuscript!

    Senior Research Advisor
  • Thanks again. You did an awesome job with the poster!

    Communications Specialist
  • Many thanks for all your hard work and keeping to timelines. You have been great to work with.

    Senior Medical Advisor

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    Services in many aspects of life are becoming virtual; shops, utility bills and even the faithful paperback book have now become digitised, with an increasing number of us adopting these new formats due to the convenience and cost savings they offer. In the last decade, healthcare spending in the OECD has increased from an average…

  • Writing styles in HEOR communications – Introducing The Zoo

    Taking a flippant (and heavily biased) approach, bad writing can be categorised by the (suspected) attitude or underlying motivation of the protagonist, who in this case is convinced that their writing rivals that of Shakespeare for poetry with a dash of JK Rowling for universal appeal. However, there are a number of different reasons for the type of writing they produce.

  • Writing Styles in Health Economics Communications – Meet the Termite

    In this series we take another light-hearted look at writing styles that could be improved, particularly when communicating health economics research. If you recall, we started our little zoo of bad writing styles late last year with the Peacock. Here is another fairly common creature in health economics: Introducing……. the Termite

  • How do we really know what people want in terms of healthcare?

    It is assumed that people make, or should make, rational choices based on self-interest. For conventional health economic evaluations, self-interest is approximated by individual preferences, such as maximum willingness-to-pay (WTP) or the quality-adjusted life year (QALY). However, people are neither rational nor as self-absorbed as these measures would imply – they make healthcare decisions as…

  • Understanding the Literature Search Process

    Recently, our company Rx communications Ltd has been involved in proposals for a number of literature review projects – one where an original review and analysis required updating before publication, and others that were designed to find answers to fairly obscure or unusual questions. We find, with the start of the year, many of our clients looking for vendors for these types of projects, and so we thought it might be useful to share our experiences.

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