been here awhile w/o posting. wife has rapid heart rate. had her ask Dr. today if he has been visited NY an amarin Rep yet. please note this is a very large cardiologist group on the east coast. Dr. said not aloud to be see sales reps. everything done at corporate. he never heard of amarin or vascepa. I was the same Guy in the clan parking lot tweeting about 0 activity there last week. the boots on the ground get the real scoop. Joe z has to do something quick time is a wasting.
As an IT person I have to keep up with technology, as a doctor you would think they would do the same on treatments and medications. The moral of the story is, find yourself a better cardiologist.
stocks1701, youd think so. but your probably an IT person for one entity or you deploy a similar solution to every entity. as an IT person myself for every vertical, B2B and consumer A to Z, its nearly impossible to keep up with everything (albeit some categories or vendors you would by nature but not all). i get lobby'd daily by several vendors to sell their products. which ones do i sell? not the best. the ones that give me the most money the easiest. but im not a doctor. cheers.
That is a bit strange as most cardiologists have a great deal of "book learnin'" and you would think they could recite aloud the product label. Hey, aren't you the dude that was tweeting about o activity in the clan parking lot last week? Time waits for no one and it won't waste for me.
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I think some cardiologists must reach a point where they feel they're an assembly line only to see patients so they can go on vacation or buy a new car, all the hard work was already put in when they were younger and now it's all about R&R.
Not so much a caring, concerned Doctor looking out for his/her patients.
Large groups do not allow Sales Rep.--but these groups have a computer system that tells you what medicines are available for high trigylcerides. They can then read about Vascepa and make decision.
If he is a good cardiologist--he should prescribe what is best for their patient.
FYI--there are several ways to get doctor's attentionn.
My question: Now you told him about Vascepa-- is he going to look into it?