Medical advisory boards
When it comes to medical advisory boards—we’ve got you covered.
Diverse subject matter expertise
Clinicians on-demand expertise spans 30+ specialties in large academic institutions, community medicine, and health systems including KOLs and practicing clinicians.
Understand your target audience
Quickly define your customer’s workflow, pain points, buying process, and potential roadblocks through the expertise of a set of advisors.
Guide your strategy and execution
Using the insights from your target audience, you’ll be able to optimize your product development, go-to-market, sales and marketing plans.
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.
Do all of my advisors have to be in the same specialty?
No. You can build your advisory board from within one specialty or from multiple specialties. Think of these advisors as an extension of your team. We would be happy to share our insights on the best fit for your company’s needs.
Can I choose a new set of advisors once my engagement has ended?
Yes. As you grow and move through the different stages of your company, your needs will likely change. Once your engagement with the current set of advisors has ended, we can help you prepare for your next stage.
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.