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Products & Services >> Best Practice Database >>Archived Research Alerts >>March 2022 Research

MARCH 2022 Research Alert

This month we added three new studies to the Best Practice Database, the research repository for Best Practices, LLC. This month's new studies explore different topics associated with the growing importance of Medical affairs: building an effective onboarding/training program for medical leaders and benchmarking medical resource allocation. The first two studies examine critical aspects of Medical Affairs training programs for leaders including, structure, staffing, key competencies and program timelines. The third study provides a current view of resource allocation for the medical function including, budget and activity spend.

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: Building a World-Class Medical Affairs Onboarding and Training Function: Structure, Staffing, and Program Execution (5717)

Best Practices, LLC undertook this benchmarking research to explore how biopharma companies onboard and train key medical HQ personnel, including Associate Scientific Directors, Scientific Directors and Therapy Area leads. The study delivers benchmarks on Medical Affairs onboarding and training program management, structure and staffing.


Download: Building a World-Class Medical Affairs Onboarding and Training Function: Key Competencies, Program Timeline and Effectiveness (5718)

This benchmarking research explores how biopharma companies onboard and train key medical HQ personnel. The study provides benchmarks on medical onboarding and training program timelines, key competencies, tools, training formats and performance assessment.


Download: Medical Affairs Resource Allocation to Support High-Functioning Medical Operations (5719)

This Best Practices, LLC study will inform medical leaders on how their peers have increased/decreased medical spend, how much are organizations funding roles within medical and how medical's budget has changed since 2020.