By studying the companies that succeed, Oracle has identified four areas where they have created advantages not related to product innovation. These areas are ones that any company can emulate and implement every day. The metrics provide insight into top-level corporate and operational health.
Pharmaceutical marketers need to find a new way to offer modern, personalized marketing content that will help them get their message across to the right people, but remain HIPAA compliant at the same time.
Social media provides an opportunity for Life Sciences companies to publish controlled content and messaging, drive inbound traffic to websites, and respond to negative press in a timely and deliberate manner.
CEOs of generic companies report they are considering a spectrum of solutions to bridge the revenue gap, but perhaps none are more valid than the U.S. FDA’s 505(b)(2) approval pathway, which can offer accelerated approval, reduced development costs, lower risk and, in certain cases, market exclusivity. In this podcast, readers will get an understanding of 505(b)(2), why developers are choosing it, how products are identified and models for development.
This white paper is about why—and how—a commitment to functional integration can help management navigate the often-unforgiving transition from registration to the real-world battle for clinical acceptance and market share. It draws on a recent Executive Roundtable hosted by Pharmaceutical Ex- ecutive and facilitated by Editor-in-Chief William Looney that included UMT Consulting Group along with four big Pharma practitioners in the art of commercial effectiveness
This whitepaper provides an overview and best practices for success when implementing access programs for patients with unmet medical needs. Programs described expanded access, compassionate use, named patient programs which are allowed by regulatory authorities around the world.
The ability to capture, connect, and extract value from laboratory asset data is critical to a company's ability to run its business efficiently. Decision makers are hard pressed to answer fundamental questions about laboratory assets: asset census and density, laboratory service event information, instrument downtime and asset utilization. Given this reality, knowing what your optimized asset footprint should be, much less the real total cost of ownership is a challenge. "Bringing Business Analytics to the Lab" discusses overcoming these challenges.
This Improving Lab Efficiency Through New Mobility and Data Visualization Techniques whitepaper explores the impact of mobile applications and visualizing instrument performance using new techniques with the objective of creating a more interactive and informative lab environment.
Once brand teams are done with the tasks of selecting a copay vendor, figuring out budgets, and determining launch dates, they often feel that their work is done. Fortunately, the very nature of copay programs is quite forgiving so even an attitude of “benign neglect” may result in a successful and cost-effective program. However, the use of Analytics can substantially improve the likelihood that a program will be successful – if the right ones are used and if they’re used at the right times.
A reliable and properly documented cold chain is critically important for pharmaceutical manufacturers. Shipping a product improperly can harm the patient and can also harm a manufacturer’s reputation and bottom line. This whitepaper discusses the role of documentation, details how to protect products, and provides a cold chain shopping checklist.