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Brazilians flock to pharmacies: How healthcare companies can bolster sales by embracing this shifting shopper trend
Lai-Lee Tan
How formal project management methodologies build a culture of disciplined execution and support strengthened collaboration to identify and address issues before they impact results.
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John Doyle
John Doyle
Chew-Kwee-Tat
Western drug developers often have misconceptions about development in Asia: our experts help clarify some of the most common misconceptions.
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Ross Horsburgh
John Doyle
Peter Rutherford
Medical science liaisons , or MSLs, play an important role from pre-launch, helping companies engage with healthcare professionals while keeping companies within local and national codes of practice, such as the ABPI code and the PhRMA code . There are opportunities to tap into the experience of these individuals before launch, around launch and once the drug is on the market; however, the MSL role remains non-promotional throughout. MSLs working pre-launch In the two years or more pre-launch, MSLs are a company’s main direct route to engaging with healthcare professionals. They respond to queries, support investigators in clinical trials and collect insights in their conversations with healthcare professionals. They then share these insights within the biopharma company’s...
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Jula-Inrig
Why this $48 billion healthcare crisis is ripe for a blockbuster drug.
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John Doyle
Jennifer Christian