How we endure the highest standards for our content
Our editorial policy outlines the guidelines and principles that Medicover Integrated Clinical Services adheres to in producing and publishing content. The company’s mission and values, content focus, content creation workflow, review and correction process, and editorial standards form the basis of this policy.
Website mission and values
At Medicover Integrated Clinical Services, we are committed to providing accurate and reliable clinical trials information to our customers, enabling them to make informed decisions about their drug development processes and health.
Accuracy and reliability: We prioritize accuracy and reliability in all aspects of our services and blog content. Our blog content is fact-checked and reviewed by medical professionals.
Transparency: We believe in transparency and honesty and we will always be clear about our central lab, precision medicine, companion diagnostics, Site Management Organisation services, testing methods, prices, fees and results.
Education: We are committed to providing accurate information and raising awareness on issues concerning clinical trials, rare diseases, patient recruitment and health. Our blog content is designed to provide informative and easy-to-understand resources.
By offering accurate clinical trials and diagnostics information and providing informative blog content, we aim to help our customers make informed decisions about their clinical trial partner, and be the preferred partner to run smooth end efficient drugs development.
We provide transparency and clarity about the types of content we produce on medicover-mics.com. Our focus is on creating informative and educational content that helps our readers make informed decisions about the clinical trials process, partners and latest trends.
We produce the following type of content:
Clinical Trials Services: We provide information about the clinical trials services that our company provides to help CRO, Biotech and Pharma companies to develop drugs and run all processes smoothly. This includes but is not limited to:
- Information about clinical trials services, especially regarding central lab, precision medicine, companion diagnostics and SMO
- Information about the types of diagnostics and laboratory services offered ranging from routine blood tests to highly advanced diagnostics: hematology, clinical chemistry, immunology, autoimmune diagnostics, allergology, microbiology, pharmacology/toxicology, transfusion medicine, histopathology, immunochemistry, and human genetics.
- Details about the specific clinical trials phase, including what we offer and what activities are required
- Frequently asked questions and answers about the diagnostic services.
- Contact information and appointment scheduling options.
Blog Articles: We produce a variety of blog articles about clinical trials, rare diseases, and health that target both clinical trials sponsors, patients and pharma professionals. These articles are written and reviewed by experienced writers and scientists to ensure accuracy and readability. Our goal is to provide educational content that is accessible to everyone, and our content focuses on providing information about clinical trials topics that are relevant to our readers.
Examples of the type of information that might be included in blog posts:
- News and updates on medical breakthroughs and advancements in clinical trials and precision medicine, including reviews of recently published scientific papers or information presented at conferences.
- General educational information about clinical trials, precision medicine, companion diagnostics, rare diseases and precision medicine
- Information on new central lab solutions or laboratory equipment
- Health trends and how they may impact patient recruitment
- Information about key people and discoveries in the field of science and clinical trials
- Presentation of health awareness days and months.
- Infographics covering relevant topics, such as rare diseases or precision medicine
- Discussion of common myths or misconceptions about health and rare diseases
- Q&A sessions with medical experts or patient advocates.
We are committed to upholding our editorial standards and ensuring that our content is of the highest quality. We strive to provide accurate, up-to-date information that is free of bias.
We aim to provide trustworthy and informative content for Pharma, Biotech, CRO, Diagnostics professionals and patients on medicover-mics.com in accordance with our editorial standards:
Accuracy and reliability: We are committed to providing accurate and reliable information in all our content, including our diagnostic services product pages and blog articles. Our team of medical professionals reviews and fact-checks all content to ensure that it meets the highest standards of accuracy.
Quality and depth: We strive to provide in-depth and comprehensive information about clinical trials, precision medicine, companion diagnostics, SMO, diseases, symptoms as well as laboratory and diagnostic services to Pharma, Biotech, CRO, Diagnostics professionals. Our content is written by experts and medical professionals with expertise in their respective fields.
Clarity and readability: We believe in presenting information in a clear and easily understandable manner for our customers. Our content is written in plain language and avoids the use of medical jargon when possible.
Sources and references: We rely on credible and trustworthy sources for all our content, including scientific studies, medical journals and expert opinion. All sources and references used in our content are clearly cited.
Content creation process
At medicover-mics.com, we are committed to providing you with trustworthy and informative content that helps you make informed decisions about clinical trials, your health and complies with our editorial standards.
The process of content creation is as follows:
Choose a topic: We start by selecting a topic that we think will be interesting and relevant to our readers. This could be based on the latest healthcare, diagnostics or central lab news, trending health topics or common questions and concerns that Pharma, Biotech, CRO, Diagnostics professionals have at some point in time.
Research the topic: Once we have chosen a topic, a member of our editorial team thoroughly researches it to gather information from credible sources. These include medical journals, academic papers, government health agencies, professional medical organizations, health news websites and publications staffed by medical professionals, clinical practice guidelines developed by medical societies or professional organizations, and online medical databases that provide access to peer-reviewed research articles and abstracts. We want to make sure that our editorial team provides you with up-to-date and accurate information.
Create an outline: Based on our research, we create an outline for the type of content we want to create (e.g., blog article or infographic) to ensure a logical structure.
Write the content: Using the outline, the scientific writer prepares the content in a clear and concise manner, explaining complicated principles, scientific and medical terms. We use examples and case studies to illustrate our points and engage our readers where possible.
Review and edit: After completing the first draft, we review and edit our work, checking for grammatical errors, typos and formatting issues.
Approval: Before publishing our content, it is approved by another member of our editorial team to ensure that the information we are presenting is accurate, easy to understand and in line with our editorial standards.
Publish and promote: Once we are satisfied with our article, we publish it on our website and may promote it through social media channels, email newsletters and other marketing efforts.
Editorial review and corrections
To ensure the accuracy and reliability of our content, we have an experienced editorial team consisting of scientists who write and review content for our website. This involves checking all the information presented, including statistics, medical terminology and treatment options, against credible and reliable sources.
Any issues identified during the review process are communicated to the writer. The editorial team will then work together to make the necessary revisions and updates to the content, ensuring that it meets our editorial standards and is accurate and up-to-date. This review process not only ensures the quality of our content but also helps us build trust and credibility with our readers.
We understand that the healthcare industry is constantly evolving, as scientists make new discoveries and publish their work. This is why we are committed to publishing new content to reflect the latest findings and recommendations in our field.
We are dedicated to providing our readers with the most accurate and reliable information possible, and we take pride in upholding our editorial standards.