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MARCH 2017 Research Alert
|This month we added three new studies to the Best Practice Database, the research repository for Best Practices, LLC. One of the new studies focuses on the timely issue of data dissemination by field medical teams and examines different approaches across global regions. The last two studies are from new research on best practices in managing advisory board meetings. These two studies explore key aspects of managing advisory boards, including structure, planning, execution and utilization.|
The new Best Practices, LLC studies listed below under New Research explore how leading companies have made their operations more effective across these different areas.
|Download: Best Practices in Managing Advisory Board Meetings: Structure and Planning (5451)|
This Best Practices, LLC study explores issues around the structure and planning associated with advisory board management. In particular, this study examines what types of ad boards companies are using, what methods are used for developing annual ad board plans, who reviews annual ad board plans, and criteria for allowing internal staff to attend ad boards.
||Download: Best Practices in Managing Advisory Board Meetings: Execution and Utilization (5452)|
With New Sunshine Act reporting requirements, pharma companies are altering how they manage their advisory board meetings. This research creates understanding about issues around who leads advisory board management, how long it takes to plan and conduct an advisory board meeting, and how feedback is captured and stored.
||Download: Determining Best Practices for Data Dissemination Policies for Global Field Medical Teams (5453)|
Best Practices, LLC conducted benchmarking research to help Medical Affairs leaders better understand how the on-label and off-label data discussions are approached by field medical teams at leading bio-pharmaceutical companies in four major regions across the world including North America, Europe, APAC and Emerging Markets.
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