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MARCH 2016 Research Alert

This month we added four new studies to the Best Practice Database, the research repository for Best Practices, LLC. Two of the new documents are from a new medical education study containing spending and staffing benchmarks for this important role within medical affairs. The remaining two studies are focused on thought leader management and how internal processes/policies such as responsibilities, resourcing and communication can strengthen this critical activity.

The new Best Practices, LLC studies listed below under Newly Added Research explore how leading companies have made their operations more effective across these different areas.
Download: Best Practices in Pharma Medical Education: Structure and Investment (ID 5402)
This study provides benchmarks around the resources, investment and budget allocation by region and program type and trends in grants to professional societies/associations for accredited and non-accredited education programs.
Download: Best Practices in Pharma Medical Education: Staffing and Future Trends (ID 5403)
Compliance pressures have tempered the sponsorship of some medical education programs by pharma companies, as well as some third-party providers of such services. Best Practices, LLC, undertook this benchmarking study to investigate current staffing levels for Medical Education programs at pharma organizations and to what extent companies are utilizing outsourcing.
Download: Internal Thought Leader Management: Responsibilities and Resource Allocation (ID 5404)
This Best Practices, LLC study provides insights and benchmarks that illustrate how leading pharma and biotech companies organize their thought leader management as well as the activities essential to building and maintaining effective relationships.
Download: Internal Thought Leader Management: Medical Affairs Resourcing and Spend Allocations (ID 5405)
The pharmaceutical industry is constantly changing, and to navigate this new landscape pharmaceutical leaders are focusing on establishing and maintaining deep relationships with thought leaders. This study addresses how the industry is adjusting its approach to organizing, staffing and managing thought leader relationships.

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