Medical Affairs Budget & Staffing Remain Top Challenges despite Increased Funding
CHAPEL HILL, N.C. – July 7, 2010 – The growing importance of the medical affairs function coincides with a company's need to manage rapidly changing regulatory requirements in today's biopharmaceutical industry. This year, 32 percent of companies anticipate an increase in medical affairs funding of more than 10 percent. However a top challenge still on the minds of medical affairs executives is insufficient resources, including budget and headcount, for developing & maintaining an effective medical affairs group.
"Medical Affairs Resources, Structures & Trends," conducted for a partner of Best Practices, LLC, provides medical affairs executives with recent trends in budget and staffing resources, key challenges and top success factors for the function.
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Key topics of this primary research include:
- Organizational structures
- Budget allocation for medical affairs functions and outsourcing
- Recent and anticipated changes in resource levels
- Impact on medical affairs functions on company success
- Key success factors and challenges for medical affairs
The full 40-page report contains more than 100 benchmark metrics and 20 executive narratives, providing medical affairs executives with recent trends in budget and staffing resources, key challenges and top success factors for the function.
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