Happy New Year!

Whether you like to set new year’s resolutions, choose one word as your theme, or do nothing at all to celebrate the new year, we wish you a Happy New Year!

Please let us know if there is anything we can do to help you meet your 2020 goals for your medical information, medical affairs, or pharmacovigilance team!

#2020 #happynewyear

Happy Holidays!

The entire team at Med Communications would like to wish our clients, prospects, and friends a restful and joyful holiday with friends and family.

We are grateful for our awesome clients and partners

In the United States, the Thanksgiving holiday is typically the fourth Thursday of November and celebrated as a time to gather with friends and family to show appreciation for all we have in life, from food to family.

All of us at Med Communications would like to thank our awesome clients and partners for being an essential part of our work lives!


Recognition during National Veterans Small Business Week

Earlier this month, as part of National Veterans Small Business Week, Med Communications was recognized by Google as a highly rated veteran-owned business. Google will indicate the company’s veteran-owned status in its search results and on Google maps. The company received a plaque commemorating the occasion.

Allen Scoggin, founder, President, and CEO of Med Communications, served as a Pharmacy Officer in the US Air Force BioMedical Science Corps from 1967 to 1970.


DIA Medical Information and Communications Conference and Exhibition – November 20-21, 2019 in Lisbon, Portugal

The DIA Medical Information and Communications Conference and Exhibition is November 20-21, 2019 in Lisbon, Portugal. Med Communications will have a booth, and members of the International and US teams will be in attendance! Stop by to talk to Andrew Scoggin, Luis Cardoso, Beth Miller, or Stacy Witham.

The conference begins on Tuesday with a full-day workshop called Medical Information Excellence in 2019 and Beyond, then there are two full days of sessions on medical information including an exhibit hall with medical information

World Diabetes Day

Today is World Diabetes Day (WDD). This holiday was created in 1991 by the International Diabetes Federation (IDF) and the World Health Organization (WHO) and became an official United Nations Day in 2006. The date was chosen as 14 November, because that is the birthday of Sir Frederick Banting, who co-discovered insulin in 1922 with Charles Best.


You can get involved by taking a selfie with a blue circle, the global symbol for diabetes awareness, using their app: https://worlddiabetesday.org/resources/wdd-2019/blue-circle-selfie-app/

#WorldDiabetesDay #WDD

New AMCP Format Released

A week ago, our Director of Medical Communications, Ellen Whipple, BPharm and PharmD, was on a panel on about the new AMCP Format Version 4.1, which had just been released with others members from the AMCP Format Executive Committee, which has just updated the AMCP Format for Formulary Submissions to Version 4.1.

We’re proud to have her at the forefront of new changes to the formulary dossier format.


Daylight Savings Time is Here for Everyone

Med Communications has employees in many countries and headquarters in both the United States and Switzerland. In the Spring and Fall, when countries spring forward and fall back, it can get a little tricky to know what time it is for our colleagues. But at least everyone is on Daylight Savings Time now!

#timetofallback #turnbacktime

Dossier Writing is a Speciality!

What makes our team special when it comes to writing dossiers?
• Industry leader with a commitment to the AMCP community
• Consistent attendance at regional and national AMCP meetings
• Experienced PharmDs focused on dossiers
• Director on the AMCP Format Executive Committee

For more information on our experience and excellence with dossiers, contact our Director of Medical Communications, Ellen Whipple, who is part of the AMCP Format Executive Committee. She can discuss the latest AMCP Format for Formulary Submissions (Version 4.1) and how our team can help get