Global Medical Affairs 2013
REPORT VITALS AND FEATURES
- 8 chapters + an Executive Summary
- 500+ Metrics
- 230+ Charts
- Detailed data on optimal medical affairs structure and best practices for cross-functional communication with clinical and marketing teams
- Global medical affairs 2013 staffing, budgets and outsourcing
Data have been split by department level:
- United States – Level
Data collected from 12 global medical affairs 2013 subfunctions:
- Thought leader development
- Speaker programs
- Medical science liaisons (MSLs)
- Medical grants
- Investigator initiated trials
- Medical education
- Medical publications
- Medical information
- Regulatory affairs
- Health economics
- Drug safety
Detailed medical affairs department profiles:
- Company background and medical affairs structures
- Medical affairs budgets and allocations
- Medical affairs staffing
- Medical affairs technology use and access
Top Reasons to Buy This Medical Affairs Report
Build strong networks to increase inter-team communication: Learn how top-performing companies create optimal medical affairs networks based on their organizational structure and individual countries’ regulatory requirements. Then, support these structures by defining roles to facilitate groups across multiple geographies. The best practices contained in this report will show you how top medical affairs teams define and communicate roles and responsibilities to connect groups across multiple geographies.
Maximize resources to empower teams: Expanding responsibilities requires medical affairs groups to prioritize their resources. Analyze four years of budgets and staffing levels for the medical affairs team, including detailed resource allocation breakdowns for dedicated subfunctions. See how changes in product portfolios impact staffing, and identify which subfunctions typically need the most support.
Position medical affairs as the intersection of clinical and commercial information: The incorporation of health economics and outcomes research (HEOR) teams into existing structures is just one of a growing number of trends impacting medical affairs teams. Embrace the importance of HEOR, regulatory affairs, drug safety and compliance groups under the medical affairs umbrella. Use the data in this study to plan for growth within field-based teams, as well as within corporate-level medical affairs departments.
Examples of Questions That This Study Answers About Medical Affairs Teams and Activities
Download a summary or purchase the full report and begin down the path to find the answers you need.
- What is the ideal medical affairs organizational structure to encompass both traditional departments and new responsibilities, such as health economics and drug safety?
- How many FTEs does my company need to establish an efficient medical affairs group?
- What should the medical affairs budget be, and how should it be allocated?
- How are changing regulations affecting medical affairs teams?
- What aspects of the medical affairs structure encourage better cross-functional communication?