Healthcare Professionals (HCP)

Through decades of producing comprehensive healthcare meetings, MGME’s global team of detail-obsessed pros knows how to ensure that everything is in place from a governance and compliance standpoint. We know the rigorous need to meet all local, state, federal and international regulations and guidelines for all healthcare meetings, whether it’s for a small advisory board, speaker training, international investigator meeting, congress or professional education conference. But we also believe that HCP meetings don’t have to be boring, either.

Sure, attendees expect relevant content from top professionals. Unique, groundbreaking knowledge, and chances for high-level networking. Not a moment away from patients wasted. But just like patients who are more than stories in a medical journal, HCPs are real people too. They want events that make them feel, that enable human connections, and break through at a deeper emotional level. That personal touch is MGME’s specialty.

Healthcare meetings require a team with the expertise and depth that only MGME can provide. Because while we are thinking about extraordinary new ways to share your messages … and remaining legally compliant … the MGME team is also loaded with spreadsheet gurus fluent in spend caps, reporting requirements, tracking, compiling and submitting necessary information and more. Put simply, MGME does complex better than anyone in the business.

Relevant Success Stories

Global SMM Program for Medical Congresses

Eli Lilly did not manage their global medical congresses in a consistent fashion. They were managed on a local level by each operating country office. By managing them in this manner, it was impossible for senior leadership and procurement to have any oversight of the programs, spend and risks nor ascertain the value and ROI of their attendance at these congresses…

Fortune 500 Global Pharma Account (Novo Nordisk)

A surprise visit from the CEO, plus inclement weather made for a logistical test for the ages…

SMM Program for Merging Companies

In 2009, Merck & Co. and Schering Plough were merging into one company. Although both companies had preferred meeting management suppliers in place, all of the preferred meeting companies utilized different processes, templates and technology tools. They were unable to capture meeting spend and cost savings for the new joined entity. It was decided that they needed to develop an SMM program…