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

JULY 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 one of the biggest challenges facing Medical leaders today: how to balance remote versus in-person work models across the medical organization. The first study looks at different model types and staffing issues while the second document addresses how to measure performance and add value to the field team. The third study explores the benefits as well as the barriers to remote work and the lessons learned on this issue by medical leaders who participated in the study.

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: Hybrid Work Models for Medical Affairs Organizations: Model Types and Staffing (5727)

This Best Practices, LLC study examines the changing forms, features, conditions, and triggers for hybrid work models that are best suited for a flexible and resilient Medical Affairs organization.


Download: Hybrid Work Models for Medical Affairs Organizations: Measuring Performance and Field Teams (5728)

This study probes and profiles how different medical functions are using remote vs. in-person work schedules and how field teams are being evaluated in this new paradigm.


Download: Hybrid Work Models for Medical Affairs Organizations: Benefits/Barriers and Lessons Learned (5729)

This Best Practices LLC study examines the benefits and barriers to remote vs. in-person work models and lessons learned from participants. It also probes and profiles how different medical organizations are adjusting remote vs. in-person work schedules, shrinking or expanding facilities, and planning post-pandemic.