Focus on problem-solving and customer engagement
Value and evidence-based medicine will take center stage in the coming years - most providers struggle to define "value" and gather enough evidence that their treatments actually work as predicted. Training needs to focus more on problem-solving and customer engagement rather than on "pushing" products.
Blended learning solutions that emphasize building pre-class foundational knowledge so that problem-solving skills can be focused in classroom training. Also, use of 3D simulations, animations, VR to explain "difficult-to-understand" concepts to make learners confident and articulate. These "new-age" learning methodologies also help reduce the cost of training.
By using Blended Learning solutions. By using new-age learning modalities that emphasize clarity, comprehension, and reflection so that the conversations between the healthcare professionals and the doctors/providers can take place at a different level of engagement.