Milner-Fenwick works frequently in partnership with health care organizations to develop new products.
Many types of development opportunities are available. These include private product labeling of our existing products, contract for services, distribution services for programs already produced, production funding, and licensing opportunities.
Milner-Fenwick is always looking for new project ideas for health and medical education product development. Please email your new product ideas or call us at (410) 252-1700 extension 266 to discuss your suggestions.
Milner-Fenwick offers innovative co-marketing and production joint ventures on new projects. These partnerships can benefit you by giving you a highly professional finished product that is tailored to your exact needs and at a rate well below the market costs. In addition, there are opportunities to pay you royalties on sales of products jointly created.
Here are some examples of Industry Partnerships implemented with Milner-Fenwick:
- New Heart Surgery Discharge Video Produced with a Top 5 U.S. Medical Center
A nationally known Medical Institution partnered with Milner-Fenwick to produce a new patient education home video to give to their patients upon discharge from bypass and valve heart surgery. Milner-Fenwick funded the project in full and created a finished program that is still in use by the institution.
- Pulmonary Videos and DVD Produced for a Leading Disease Management Company
Milner-Fenwick was contracted by a Disease Management Company to produce COPD patient education videos and DVDs customized for their organization. These programs were used as a cost-effective alternative to nurse visits in rural areas. Initial results from the program indicate excellent acceptance with patients and providers along with substantial cost savings.
- Interactive Production Company Works with Milner-Fenwick to Create a Comprehensive Diabetes Education Program
Utilizing its extensive library of videos in Diabetes, Milner-Fenwick recently contracted with a production company to license footage for a new pharmaceutically supported educational service that will be expanded to over 500 community hospitals in the U.S.