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Incorporating Emotions into Healthcare Segmentation Research :  Incorporating Emotions into Healthcare Segmentation Research September 22, 2003 Jon Morris, PhD Wes Michael All healthcare decisions are made:  All healthcare decisions are made Rationally Scientifically Non-emotionally Logically Technically All healthcare decisions are made:  All healthcare decisions are made Physicians Diagnose Prescribe Select treatments Patients Request medications Build compliance Switch meds ….Without emotion entering into the picture. Slide4:  Why does Amgen use this image with Rheumatologists? Not Exactly Slide5:  Why does Pfizer show this to ED sufferers? Not Exactly Slide6:  Why does Abbott show this to Pediatricians? Not Exactly Slide7:  Why does Lilly show this to parents of kids with ADHD? Not Exactly All decisions, even those of physicians and patients, incorporate some emotional components:  All decisions, even those of physicians and patients, incorporate some emotional components Slide9:  Concept Development Segmentation Positioning Messaging Tracking Market researchers, realizing the importance of emotions in messaging, incorporate various projective techniques into qualitative research at the messaging stage of research There is a critical need, however, to understand the emotions earlier, as we define and prioritize segments Healthcare segmentation research now can and should include another dimension: emotional response:  Healthcare segmentation research now can and should include another dimension: emotional response Emotions Demographics Attitudes Behaviors AdSAM®:  Based on 3 fundamental dimensions of emotion: The three dimensional approach provides greater diagnostic capabilities AdSAM is a non-verbal, cross-cultural visual measure of emotional response Pleasure Arousal Dominance AdSAM® Emotional Response Predicts Intentions and Interest:  Emotional Response Predicts Intentions and Interest Emotions Knowledge And beliefs Robust study of over 23,000 responses to 240 advertising messages Emotion shown to dominate over knowledge and beliefs for predicting intentions Unmeasured Example: a study on Influencers:  “The Impact of Influencers on Consumer Healthcare Decision Making” Focused on healthcare actions taken due to influence of non-healthcare people Example: a study on Influencers FAMILY -- Mother, Father, Sister, Brother, Son, Daughter FRIENDS/NEIGHBORS/ COWORKERS SPOUSE The Impact of Influencers on Consumer Healthcare Decision Making:  Consumer quantitative study 1800 patients, 150 each with one of 12 specified conditions (diabetes, depression, migraine, prostate cancer, etc.) Conducted via internet, March, 2003 The Impact of Influencers on Consumer Healthcare Decision Making Sufferers who are influenced to take healthcare actions are often influenced by a spouse. An immediate female family member, or female friend/neighbor consistently make up the second most important group of influencers.:  Sufferers who are influenced to take healthcare actions are often influenced by a spouse. An immediate female family member, or female friend/neighbor consistently make up the second most important group of influencers. Spouse Daughter Female Friend/ Neighbor Mother Sister Son Consistent across several measures: People discussed condition with People most involved in decision making People most influential in decision making Feelings about all these conditions are generally negative, especially obesity and insomnia. Migraines are seen as intensely negative. :  Feelings about all these conditions are generally negative, especially obesity and insomnia. Migraines are seen as intensely negative. How do you feel about having your condition? Emotions surrounding talking to a physician differ somewhat by condition. Obesity and erectile dysfunction suffers have more negative feelings while prostate cancer sufferers are more comfortable talking to their doctors about their conditions. :  Emotions surrounding talking to a physician differ somewhat by condition. Obesity and erectile dysfunction suffers have more negative feelings while prostate cancer sufferers are more comfortable talking to their doctors about their conditions. How do you feel about talking to your doctor about your condition? People suffering from any of these conditions are more relaxed about talking with an influencer than with their physician. :  People suffering from any of these conditions are more relaxed about talking with an influencer than with their physician. How do you feel about your [person most involved]’s involvement in helping you make healthcare decisions about your condition? But how do the results differ by segments?:  But how do the results differ by segments? Hybrid segmentation was conducted across all conditions using Attitudes Behaviors Emotions A six segment solution was selected. AdSAM proved to contribute powerful and unduplicated new information to the analysis. The six influencer segments:  The six influencer segments 1 Forrest Gump (15%) Open, relaxed with physician Discuss Rx with physician Open to advice from others Optimistic Fewest conditions, least affected 2 Taxi Driver (22%) Take fewest healthcare actions Distrustful of Rx and OTC Distrustful of pharma ads Distrustful of self Distrustful of friends and family 3 Ad Lovers (18%) Get information from pharma ads Prefer Rx treatments Optimistic about condition Will ask physician about Rx Shortest duration of condition 4 Castaway (18%) Least involved social network Doesn’t share info with family, physician Doesn’t trust physician Doesn’t want advice Pessimistic 5 My Big Fat Greek Wedding (9%) Largest family connections Most involved social network Share with family Takes most healthcare actions Open to Rx solutions 6 Home Alone (19%) Fewest family connections Prefer OTC over Rx I know as much as the doctor about my condition Longest condition duration Most treatments used Seek information Let’s look at two segments:  Let’s look at two segments 4 Castaway (18%) 51 yrs. 52% female Lowest income (11% $80,000+) 21% rural, small MSA 72% live with spouse 43% 3+ household members More likely to have: Depression, ED, Insomnia, Obesity 4.1 conditions Moderate severity (53%) Discussed condition with spouse (75%), mother (32%), female friend (30%); mother-in-law (5%) 95% have discussed condition with family members, 54% with non-family members Discussed with 3.1 people (least) 57% used Rx for condition, 39% currently (least) Least involved social network Doesn’t share info with family, physician Doesn’t trust physician Doesn’t want advice Takes fewest healthcare actions due to influence Pessimistic 5 My Big Fat Greek Wedding (9%) 49 yrs. 60% female High income (26% $80,000+) 88% live with spouse (highest) 56% 3+ household members (highest) 28% rural, small MSA More likely to have: Diabetes, Migraine,Congestive Heart Failure 4.4 conditions Moderate severity (48%) Discussed condition with spouse (93%), mother (69%), female friend (64%), mother-in-law (64%), etc. 100% have discussed condition with family members, 93% with non-family members Discussed with 9.6 people (most) 90% used Rx for condition, 77% currently using (most) Most involved social network Share with family Takes most healthcare actions due to influence Open to Rx solutions Segments 4 (Castaway) and 5 (Greek Wedding) feel similarly negative about having their conditions. :  Segments 4 (Castaway) and 5 (Greek Wedding) feel similarly negative about having their conditions. How do you feel about having your condition? Each position in the three dimensional emotional space (pleasure-arousal-dominance) is associated with emotion adjectives, from Prominent Emotions Index© database, and related to each segment.:  Each position in the three dimensional emotional space (pleasure-arousal-dominance) is associated with emotion adjectives, from Prominent Emotions Index© database, and related to each segment. How do you feel about having your condition? Segments 4 (Castaway) and 5 (Greek Wedding) also feel equally ambivalent about taking Rx medication for their condition.:  Segments 4 (Castaway) and 5 (Greek Wedding) also feel equally ambivalent about taking Rx medication for their condition. How do you feel about taking prescription medication to treat your condition? Segment 5 (Greek Wedding) members feel more positive about talking to their physician; Segment 4 (Castaway) feels very negative and not empowered.:  Segment 5 (Greek Wedding) members feel more positive about talking to their physician; Segment 4 (Castaway) feels very negative and not empowered. How do you feel about talking to your doctor about your condition? All segments feel more positive about talking with their influencer about their decisions than talking with their physician. Segment 5 (Greek Wedding) feels very positive, while Segment 4 (Castaway) is the most negative, and least empowered.:  All segments feel more positive about talking with their influencer about their decisions than talking with their physician. Segment 5 (Greek Wedding) feels very positive, while Segment 4 (Castaway) is the most negative, and least empowered. How do you feel about your [person most involved]’s involvement in helping you make healthcare decisions about your condition? The emotion adjectives vary greatly between Segment 4 (Castaway) and Segment 5 (Greek Wedding) on feelings of involvement.:  The emotion adjectives vary greatly between Segment 4 (Castaway) and Segment 5 (Greek Wedding) on feelings of involvement. How do you feel about your [person most involved]’s involvement in helping you make healthcare decisions about your condition? AdSAM® Prominent Emotions Index©:  AdSAM® Prominent Emotions Index© Feelings About Talking To Your Doctor About Your Condition Castaway Segment 4 stressed aggravated fearful frustrated embattled AdSAM® Prominent Emotions Index©:  Feelings About Persons Involvement In Helping You Make Healthcare Decisions About Your Condition Segment 4 protected serene modest nonchalant aloof Castaway AdSAM® Prominent Emotions Index© Influencer Research Implications:  Influencer Research Implications DTC advertisers can motivate Segment 5 consumers (Greek Wedding) by also targeting their influencers, especially family members. Segment 4 (Castaway) represent a difficult segment to motivate. Pharma companies should attempt to reduce the stress these consumers experience in talking with their physician to increase their likelihood to take action. Conclusions:  Conclusions Emotional response provided valuable dimensions in framing the segmentation Emotional profiling of segments helps to uncover motivators and barriers of key segments prior to messaging research Identifying the feelings associated with each segment helps direct positioning AdSAM provides an effective way of incorporating emotional response into segmentation research DTC advertisers have an opportunity to incorporate influencers, (primarily spouses) as targets in addition to patients in developing and testing messages. :  DTC advertisers have an opportunity to incorporate influencers, (primarily spouses) as targets in addition to patients in developing and testing messages. It is time to look beyond just the sufferer. Treatment choice and compliance could be impacted by broadening beyond just the sufferer and the physician. There is no one “rule” however, that applies across all conditions. DTC advertising is still evolving – consumer goods have long understood the influence of others in the decision making process. Packaged goods, fashion, computers, cars etc. are all successful targeting more than just the primary users/buyer and also vary the message by target. Cereals – target parents for health, children for taste. Clothing stores – target parents for value, children for fashion. Cars – target one family member for image the other for safety. Computers – target parent for functionality, users (teenager) for “coolness” DTC advertising that successfully targets both the sufferer and the influencer will result in a change in “action’ especially if the advertising is impactful enough to provoke the influencer to initiate the conversation. More needs to be done to understand the role of the influencer – their attitudes and emotions towards the sufferers condition, their understanding of the available options and where they, in turn, go to for education on the condition. Conclusions….

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