I love my blue yeti for conference calls, podcasts, or just high quality Skype calls that I might want to record and integrate into my website down the road. It is important to have a tool for decent sound quality especially if like me you work remote to most of your clients.
I also use a Mac native application, GarageBand to do quick edits
on any audio files that I create that will be repurposed. Eventually I might invest in something a little more professional but for now it fills the need.
Since deciding to be an independent content creator and insight analyst I have invested a few years into learning some basic coding skills and refreshing my years of statistics. If you too want to be able to use data to inform your content development I think Tableau is the best data visualization tool on the market. The only limitation is that there really isn't a modeling capability so if you work with HEOR data you still need to be able to access some of the more evolved simulation and modeling tools such as MIST.
Workflows continuously evolve depending on projects or collaborations. The challenge of working with physician experts across a variety of disease states in medical education, healthcare policy, advisory panels, and even monographs or whitepapers is a much more fluid enterprise and if you have the ability to stay current on a few modest technologic advances you will be rewarded with efficiency and shared success across a variety of evolving platforms.
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In a world of "evidence-based" medicine I am a bigger fan of practice-based evidence.
Remember the quote by Upton Sinclair...
“It is difficult to get a man to understand something, when his salary depends upon his not understanding it!”