The AliveSim Platform gives pharmaceutical brands the power to create highly interactive learning experiences designed to drive meaningful behavior change.
Personal experience changes behaviors. AliveSim gives you the tools to create interactive conversations around key messages, and set up decisions with personalized, conversational mentoring on each option.
Create experiences that drive the adoption of brand strategies.
Virtual experience effectively navigating the science and the conversation.
Set up interactive virtual conversations with virtual peers and clinicians to help patients:
Knowing something rarely changes one’s behavior. One must feel confident they have the skill to apply that knowledge, in the right situations, without causing harm. That’s when their behavior changes.
Skill development is the proven way to overcome these barriers to change. It’s used effectively in the military, aviation, business, and medical education. It’s a great fit for pharmaceutical brands too.
Practice with coaching is the essential part of the adult learning continuum that accelerates knowledge transfer to real-world situations. (That's behavior change!)
Syandus won multiple Small Business Innovation Research awards from the National Science Foundation that fueled the development of the AliveSim platform. It's now a stable, proven, platform for effective learning in healthcare and corporate training.
Provide access to your branded AliveSim portal from a booth, reps, web events, and across digital media, using a simple web link.
AliveSim captures thousands of learner decisions to measure how well they performed in realistic clinical situations.
Measurement components are proactively built into each clinical decision, based on performance gaps identified by your team.
What AliveSim Captures:
Resonates with Clinicians (hundreds more quotes available)
"I like the format, almost hands-on." — Physician, Family Practice
“This was actually like a real-life scenario. The patient’s characteristics are what one deals with on a regular basis. It actually felt as if one was dealing with real patients.” — MD, Internal Medicine
“I think it was great overall! Nice to be able to learn in a more interactive setting. Would appreciate more for all of the main cancer types! " — Medical Oncologist
"This way is the best way for learning and refreshing our knowledge about HIV management." — MD/DO, Infectious Disease
Performance Gap: Not recognizing optimal treatment options in severe atopic dermatitis
By practicing in three scenarios with expert mentoring on their decisions, participants improved their ability to recognize optimal decision patterns that experts use.