While reps may be allowed in the office, they still may not want to stand so close to the HCPs and/or may not be comfortable having the HCP hold their tablet.
There’s a wide range of technologies that allow the reps to be present and to engage with the HCP. Rep activities vary, from simply projecting the Veeva app to creating engaging avatars.
The rep just stands or sits at a distance from the HCP and uses Veeva Engage Meeting to share their detail. Both can follow along with the detail without having to share the same screen.
Mini projectors can cost under $200 and they enable the rep
to easily project their presentation against a wall using AirPlay—with no
wires required. These are easy to carry, easy to set up, and can be handy if the rep wants to present to a group of doctors or office staff.
The rep can turn any flat surface into a touch screen.
The Puppy Cube smart projector creates a sterile, interactive touch experience with a self-contained compact projector.
Example: The rep can project presentations onto the HCP’s desk so the HCP can self-navigate, or they can wipe down any surface to create a sterile touchscreen. The rep can also connect to a computer and project for larger audiences.
Example: The rep can present a printed piece of paper or sticker to the HCP that leads to a virtual, self-guided eDetail. The rep can help direct the HCP through the story.
This technology is similar to the Pokémon GO mobile game.