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SEPTEMBER 2014 Research Alert

This month we added five new studies to the Best Practice Database, the research repository for Best Practices, LLC. Four of the new studies present timely insights and benchmarks on the pharmaceutical sector's utilization of Big Data to inform medical and commercial decisions. The studies probe key aspects of running a Big Data program, such as the types of projects and data companies are using, and the level of staffing and budget companies are investing. One of the Big Data studies presents a segmented perspective with medical, commercial and HEOR responses to survey questions. The final study contains staffing benchmarks for the corporate library services function.

Download: Big Data in Pharma: Structure, Governance, and Partnerships (ID 5323)
This research addresses the myriad challenges that pharma companies face to develop Big Data capabilities in terms of where the function should sit in an organization, what governance system or policies should be in place and what type of organizations are best to partner with on projects.
Download: Big Data in Pharma: Governance and Data Capabilities across Medical, Commercial & HEOR Segments (ID 5328)
Best Practices, LLC undertook this study to probe current trends in the pharmaceutical sector around Big Data and the issues of governance, data capabilities and partnerships.
Download: Big Data in Pharma: Data Types, Sources and Applications (ID 5324)
The study offers key benchmarks around what types of data, organizations are using most frequently as well as the data sources they find most useful. Also, the research examines which types of Big Data studies organizations are performing to inform their medical and commercial decisions.
Download: Big Data in Pharma: Budgets & Staffing, Communicating Results, and Group Performance (ID 5325)
The study offers key benchmarks around staffing and budget levels, the dissemination of data analysis, Big Data capabilities and analysis of centralized vs. decentralized structural approaches for analytics.
Download: Library Services Staffing Metrics (ID 5329)
Best Practices, LLC undertook this study to provide library staffing benchmarks such as library staff per potential and actual users. In addition, the study reviews the prevalence of library staff with an ALA accredited master's degree, and the number of staff inside and outside the library who provide library services.

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