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

AUGUST 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 how Medical Affairs can expand and amplify the patient voice within the biopharma organization. The first study looks at early-stage and late-stage support strategies to represent the patient voice while the second document explores Medical Affairs’ roles and responsibilities with patient engagement programs. The third study explores how Medical Affairs collaborates with internal and external groups for effective patient engagement.

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: Medical Affairs and Patient Engagement: Amplifying the Patient Voice and Patient Support Strategies (5730)

This Best Practices, LLC study shows how Medical Affairs can amplify the patient voice within the biopharma organization. It also identifies effective strategies for early-stage and late-stage patient support and tactics for working with advocacy groups.


Download: Medical Affairs and Patient Engagement: Roles and Responsibilities (5731)

Best Practices, LLC undertook this research to demonstrate how Medical Affairs can optimize its roles and responsibilities to facilitate patient engagement and represent the patient voice within the company.


Download: Medical Affairs and Patient Engagement: Internal and External Collaboration (5732)

This research benchmarks effective internal and external collaboration approaches for Medical Affairs to improve patient centricity. It also examines the critical lessons learned and pitfalls encountered in representing the patient voice through Medical Affairs.