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JULY 2015 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 focused on issues around Health Economics and Outcomes Research groups, including staffing and the involvement of medical affairs. The remaining two studies deal with key benchmarks around pharmaceutical library operations, such as services, cost and staffing. |
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: Health Economics & Outcomes Research: Group Structure and Staffing (ID 5368)|
Organizations understand that payers and consumers want products that provide positive outcomes for patients' health. This study provides insights into structure, leadership and resource level of Health Outcomes organizations.
||Download: Health Economics & Outcomes Research: Role of Medical Affairs in Health Outcomes Activities (ID 5369)|
Best Practices, LLC conducted this study to inform medical affairs and health outcomes leaders at biopharma companies on benchmarks around the role of medical affairs in collecting and utilizing health outcomes data.
||Download: 2015 Pharmaceutical Library Benchmarks: Services and Innovation (ID 5366) |
This study provides leading insights and metrics around the prevalence of key library services, use of vendors in service delivery and library innovation and service tactics.
|Download: 2015 Pharmaceutical Library Benchmarks: Cost and Staffing (ID 5367)|
Corporate libraries can use this study to compare the financial resources, cost recovery practices and penetration of potential user base at their companies with those at leading organizations within the biopharmaceutical and medical device industries.
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