For example, say you have sales reps going into doctors' offices all day every day, and if I'm not mistaken, the chances are pretty good that when the sales reps get there they are doing things that benefit the pharmaceutical business much more than the doctor or the patient under the doctor's care. They are there trying to detail the products and show why those products should be prescribed. Does that sound familiar? If it does, it's probably time for you to think of a different role for yourself. Try thinking about what the physician's life is like and try to take his point of view. How busy is she? What needs to be accomplished in his office? What might it be like to deal with patients and try to make an appropriate diagnosis and prescription that will help that patient's outcome? So my suggestion for building doctors' loyalty is to take his or her point of view and try to help them solve their problems.
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