When it comes to focus groups—we’ve got you covered.
Target audience insights
Get actionable insights from your customers on your product, commercialization, and payor strategy.
Test and iterate
With a focused group of health experts, test your products, messaging, commercialization strategy, and more.
Uncover new ideas
Get valuable insights into the questions you’re asking and discover new ideas you may have never considered.
What is the difference between a focus group and an advisory board?
An advisory board is a long-term commitment, think 6-12 months. These experts will join you on your journey and advise you along the way. A focus group is a short-term engagement, think hours, not months. This is a great opportunity to use experts as a sounding board for new ideas.
What specialties are represented in your network?
The clinicians in the MDisrupt Expert Network come from 25+ specialities. Please see our solutions page for more information. If you don’t see what you need, we’ll find it for you.
What expertise do operators on demand have?
The operators in our network have deep expertise across every stage of product ideation and development. Please see our solutions page for more information.
What types of focus groups can I run?
Focus groups can be built around clinical specialties, product life cycle expertise, payor panels, lab experts, or a combination of all of these. We do not currently run patient focus groups.