Access. Intelligence. Excellence
November 2012 Research Alert
This month we added four new studies to the Best Practice Database. Two of the new studies focus on improving organizations' approach to managing the government healthcare sector, with one study looking at staffing and structure for Government Affairs and Public Policy and the other study examining relationships with state-level entities like health exchanges and Medicaid. Another new document that was added to the database is a digital marketing study that looks at structure, staffing and investment approaches for managing this important new marketing tool. The last study reviews important tactics and strategies for succeeding in the OTC marketplace.
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.
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Newly Added Research
Click here to view abstracts for any of these new titles or paste the following link into your browser: http://www3.best-in-class.com/de1849.htm
Best Practice Database Documents
- Managing Healthcare Reform: Government Affairs, Public Policy and Managing State-Level Relationships with ACOs, Medicaid, and Health Exchanges (ID 5226)
- Mastering Digital Marketing: Structure, Staffing, and Investment Levels (ID 5228)
- OTC Medical Affairs Excellence: Managing Retailers, Pharmacists, Point of Care Communications and Pharmacovigilance in a Changing Biopharmaceutical Landscape (ID 5230)
- Managing Healthcare Reform: Government Affairs and Public Policy Structures and Staffing for Engaging the Government Ecosystem (ID 5227)
To view and participate in our current research studies, click or paste the following URL into your browser: http://www3.best-in-class.com/de382.htm to access the "Benchmark Studies" page. The following is a list of study topics.
- Best Practices in Portfolio Management and Strategy
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