During the last ESOMAR LatAm event, we presented our report on the Future of Healthcare involving over 2,000 interviews with HCPs in 18 countries in the Americas (i.e. comparing LatAm and the USA). The report summarizes critical hopes and fears of the practicing professionals regarding new technologies, patient access and the future of the medical profession. It also details which technologies are expected to be more relevant in the future.
It was great to participate at Intellus Worldwide´s very first industry event, after the merging of PMRG and PBIRG last May.
It was a good event with lots of things to learn and for us it was also an interesting experience, since we had the challenge of presenting our recent project about preventing natural disasters in the Americas -at the “demonstration zone”- in merely 5 minutes!Read More
As requested by the Save The Children mission in Guatemala, we have launched a campaign to ask our medical panel to help in raising funds for the victims of the recent tragic volcano eruption in Guatemala, during 2018. FINE Research was asked to provide a donation in the frame sending out a short survey, sponsored by us. In merely one week, our panel responded very positively, collecting the equivalent of over 2,000 personal hygiene kits, which were delivered to Save The Children. We want to thank all of the doctors for their quick and enthusiastic reactions!
Save The Children has also asked us to share the following thank you note.
It was an interesting experience to have our team recently participate in the leading Brazilian conference! Quiz of the day is: which kind of services were we promoting at the event?Read More
It was a pleasure for us to get involved in this recent, high quality conference. Not only did we sponsored the event, but we ran a workshop about the future of healthcare. Javier and Florencia were selected to present research about LatAm preparedness against natural disasters. Further, our CEO Diego (part of the conference programme committee) chaired a very interesting roundtable on Artificial Intelligence applied to market research, with the participation of executives from MetLife, PepsiCo and Netquest.Read More
An initiative conducted by FINE with the collaboration of Reckner and Confirmit was launched to support victims of Hurricane Matthew. At the same time, we engaged panel respondents, driving attention widely in the industry.
News and articles were published at EphMRA, the ESOMAR Foundation, RW Connect, Research News, and other online sites.
In April 2017, we proudly sponsored, ESOMAR´s LatAm conference in Mexico City, making this the fourth consecutive regional conference FINE has supported, after those that took place in Buenos Aires, São Paulo and Bogotá. At this interesting conference in Mexico City, FINE held a training workshop related to digital transition.Read More
Dalila Antonacachi and Javier Reznik from our PM staff represented FINE at the top industry event of the year: ESOMAR´s 70th anniversary celebration!
To celebrate this leading organization, we published a tribute ad in their Research World magazine.Read more at: http://finepanel.net/docs/ESOMAR.pdf Read More
IIEx LatAm was held in September 2017 in Buenos Aires, Argentina, over a vibrant 2-day conference, with presenters from LatAm, USA and Europe. Diego Casaravilla (Managing Partner of FINE) presented “Using a digital approach to understand LatAm Physicians and their challenges”. This summarizes The Doctor Voice Project a large survey conducted in Brazil, Mexico, Argentina, Colombia, Chile, USA and Canada that shows the main challenges faced by doctors, how the different institutional components of the healthcare system perform, and what are patient´s main hurdles in their treatment journeys. You can download a free copy of The Doctor Voice Report in our “Resources” tab.Read More
#Standing for Childhood. FINE launches initiative to support Save The Children efforts after Mexican Earthquake.
FINE Research launched a survey in October 2017 inviting its physician panel to collaborate with responses to the emergency in Mexico. For each complete a donation was given to Save The Children and an overwhelming number of 2,600 doctors from 19 countries participated in the survey, in just one week, to support this effort.
The survey covered topics related to the preparation of countries within the Americas to facing natural disasters and, also, a specific chapter about the future of the medicine. Stay tuned to see the results!Read More