Disease Awareness: CVD

Bridging community and hospital settings

MedShr's CVD education program reached over 107,100 specialist and generalist physicians in the US, including cardiologists, family physicians, endocrinologists and nephrologists.
Fostering discussion and debate around nuances in patient management strategies and care decisions, the case series attracted over 22,183 engagements.
While the content was made available to a wider audience, over 84% of the discussions came from the primary target audience: cardiologists and primary care physicians.

Educational Objectives

Medical education series tailored by clinical role and setting.

There are a number of evidence-based management options for patients with cardiovascular disease (CVD), with many patients on suboptimal plans and suffering from poor coordination between community and hospital settings.

Our client wanted to create clarity around specific patient profiles, and the optimal management strategy in each case, through an educational series that started with the basics and gradually increased the complexity of cases.


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Our Approach

Connecting specialists with generalists

This cardiovascular disease education program focused on connecting specialists and generalists across a range of clinical settings:

  • Cardiologists 
  • Primary care / family physicians
  • Endocrinologists and nephrologists


Case-based education

MedShr fostered debate and discussion in a secure digital forum through case-based education tailored to specialists and generalists:

  • Digital forum to connect physicians across a range of clinical specialties and settings
  • Clinical case series with rising complexity
  • Nuances in clinical care decisions

MedShr's medical education programs are tailored, localized, and targeted

Medical Education Case Studies


Society Partnership

MedShr partners with hundreds of national and specialist medical societies to jointly deliver the highest caliber of medical education. To reduce time to diagnosis and accelerate early specialist referral for Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy (DMD), we partnered with the Muscular Dystrophy Association, enabling healthcare professionals from around the world to learn directly from subject matter experts.


Pancreatic Cancer: Insights from KOLs

In pancreatic cancer and other rapidly evolving therapy areas, doctors are faced with an overwhelming amount of data. In this program, we connected oncologists, radiologists and internal medicine specialists in a secure online forum to engage with clinical cases and scientific posts. We invited KOLs to share their insights about the implications of new data on patient management.


Rare Disease:
Accelerate Referral  

With rare diseases, medical education is critical to accelerating identification, referral, and diagnosis, as well as improving patient outcomes. In this case-based medical education program, pediatricians, nephrologists, endocrinologists and family doctors brought together in a dedicated discussion forum to learn about and discuss how to enable early detection of X-linked hypophospahtemia (XLH).


MedShr's medical education programs deliver impact.

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