Tag Archives: Medical Affairs Consortium

Best Practices Hosting 6th Medical Affairs Consortium on HEOR

Best Practices will be hosting the sixth roundtable of our Medical Affairs Consortium on Thursday (May 28th) from 11:00AM-12:30PM (EST) via a virtual roundtable to discuss “Medical Affairs’ Role in Health Economics & Outcomes Research.” This is the final roundtable

Exclusive: Key Findings from Best Practices’ 5th Medical Affairs Consortium

Best Practices recently completed the second roundtable of our 2014-2015 Medical Affairs Consortium. The roundtable addressed the topic of “Medical Affairs Launch Support.” The roundtable brought together executives from 13 leading pharmaceutical organizations. Some exclusive key findings from the discussion

Medical Affairs Consortium: Impact Measures, Globalization & Compliance

On November 6, 2014 Best Practices, LLC hosted the 1st roundtable of the 2014-2015 Medical Affairs’ Consortium. The roundtable brought together leaders from: Baxter, Crescendo, Eli Lilly, Genentech, Incyte Corporation, Jazz Pharmaceuticals, Pfizer, Santen Inc., Teva, and Upsher-Smith. Leaders from

Best Practices’ Hosting Medical Affairs Consortium Roundtable Thursday, Nov. 6

Best Practices designed the Medical Affairs Consortium to provide Medical Affairs leaders with a forum for sharing insights about the key challenges they face. The consortium has developed a mechanism for creating and sharing solutions through three virtual roundtable discussions

Medical Affairs Consortium: Winning Strategies for Successful Thought Leader Management

In today’s extremely competitive and demanding healthcare landscape, pharmaceutical, biotech, and medical device organizations heavily rely on thought leaders to influence the important decisions relevant to their products. Likewise, the Medical Affairs function plays a critical role in meeting current

Medical Affairs Excellence: Size of MSL Teams

As the Medical Affairs’ function continues to evolve, leaders must constantly reevaluate how they structure and staff this critical function. In order to truly enhance organizational effectiveness, leading healthcare companies must find the ideal staffing levels to run sleek and

How to: Avoid Falling Back in Medical Affairs

The Healthcare sector has been adjusting to a new era of changing policies. While the importance of Health Economics Outcomes Research increases, so does the prominence of Key Opinion Leaders (KOLs). Many healthcare professionals agree that Medical Affairs takes on an