Rockpointe is mentioned in a recent MM&M article:
“…Global medical congresses, too, which are about to ramp up for the spring season, could see either reduced attendance or outright cancellations. Meanwhile, as information on the virus changes quickly, smaller med-ed activities are keeping doctors up to speed.
“That’s why we’re doing live webinars and then creating them into courses,” said Tom Sullivan, president of the medical education and communications firm Rockpointe Corp. “If we’re doing [webinars] on a regular basis, we’re at least keeping abreast of what’s happening.”
His company co-produced a free, for-credit CME webinar for clinicians on Feb. 14 designed to “help physicians identify, diagnose and act on potential cases of the outbreak of the 2019 novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV).” The activity drew 400 live participants, he said. Rockpointe’s course had no commercial or government support. For now, firms like his, along with medical societies and health systems, are funding most of the coronavirus CME.”
Read the full article here: https://www.mmm-online.com/home/channel/coronavirus-threatens-key-aspects-of-healthcare-marketing/