A comprehensive suite of services that empowers our clients to meet their communications and organizational goals. All of 3D’s services are provided by senior communications professionals with decades of C-suite level expertise. Our specialty is coaching executives and teams facing complex, controversial issues, in highly-regulated industries, to deliver mission-critical communications.Previous Play Video Next
3D develops content for a full range of verbal and written communications. Our professional writers and producers approach each project as a creative partnership. We marry our clients’ subject-matter knowledge and expertise, with our ability to translate complex information into an understandable narrative.
The result is messages, speeches, and presentations that can be easily delivered and clearly understood. When you work with 3D, your presentation will influence, persuade and inspire.
3D’s Messaging and Content Development includes:
3D’s speaker training experts will coach you to improve your public speaking and presentation skills and make a positive and lasting impression on the most important audiences.
3D’s Speaker Training includes:
Whether you’re chasing the media or the media are chasing you, 3D Communications can help. Our media training coaches help healthcare executives improve their media skills in the fast-changing world of 24/7, interactive media.
3D’s Media Training includes:
Great leaders are authentic leaders. Their personal values drive every decision they make. They are effective because they communicate their vision in a way that inspires action from others.
3D’s comprehensive Leadership Communications program is designed to help executives discover their authentic voice. We coach them on how to connect personal values to business goals and communicate powerfully and credibly.
3D’s Leadership Communications Training includes:
Change – however necessary – creates challenges for any organization. 3D helps clients to plan for change, develop internal and external content, and train executives on how to best communicate change to employees, communities and other stakeholders.
The result is a transition that increases employee loyalty and engagement, strengthens stakeholder relationships, and achieves the ultimate goal of successful change.
3D’s Change Management Communications includes:
No organization is immune to crisis. But why do some manage them more successfully than others? The most successful teams have planned and prepared for the worst, so they can leverage the situation to strengthen relationships and enhance reputations.
3D partners with clients to develop crisis communications plans, train personnel for potential crises, and provide real-time tactical execution services during a crisis. We successfully guide leaders through the most difficult times, enabling them to remain focused on high-level goals and objectives.
3D’s Crisis Communications Program includes:
Preparing effectively for an FDA Advisory Committee meeting requires that the Sponsor team anticipate discussion and voting topics that the FDA will pose to the Advisory Committee. These discussion topics and voting questions will influence the information the team provides to the committee and the questions the committee poses to the team. A review of Advisory Committee meetings over the past five years revealed that in more than 40% of meetings, the FDA asked at least one question related to post-approval safety plans.
Gaining regulatory approval as quickly and smoothly as possible is obviously the number one goal for sponsors as they submit their NDA, BLA, or PMA to regulatory authorities including the FDA and EMA. A regulatory submission is the one time when the data don’t speak for themselves – and it’s no time to make mistakes. The reality is that even the best sponsor teams run the risk of falling in love with their data and “drinking their own Kool-Aid.” The good news is there are ways to avoid this common pitfall.
The Center for Devices and Radiological Health (CDRH) has followed the advice of Advisory Committees to approve or not approve a product 89% of the time. Using the resources of our firm, 3D Communications, the authors conducted a survey of current and former members of FDA Medical Device Advisory Committees to determine how they prepare and the key factors that influence their thinking.
Recognizing the value of patient insights in drug development, FDA has made great efforts to integrate patient perspectives into its benefit risk framework for a number of disease areas through the Patient-Focused Drug Development (PFDD) program, an initiative of the Prescription Drug User Fee Act (PDUFA) V of 2012. One of the common points patients shared at the PFDD workshops held over the past two years is the feeling that their “chief complaints” or needs are not being factored into drug development plans, including measures of a drug’s benefit in clinical trials. To get an inside read on why this may be occurring and what can be done to correct it, we spoke with representatives from the Obesity Action Coalition, the IBD Support Foundation, and the Arthritis Foundation, all of whom are actively engaged in giving a voice to patients in their communities and improving access to optimal care. They shared their perspectives on how the role of patients has evolved in the past decade and what can be done in the future to better factor patients’ feedback into drug development and access planning.