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Products & Services >> Best Practice Database >>Archived Research Alerts >>July 2017 Research

JULY 2017 Research Alert

This month we added four new studies to the Best Practice Database, the research repository for Best Practices, LLC. In a sure sign of a hot topic, this month's new studies all focus on the growing trend of using medical roles as part of interactions with payers. Two of the new studies come from research regarding the use of field medical teams for payer interactions. One of the studies is about the characteristics and coverage of the field medical roles that interact with payers. The other field medical team study focuses on the activities and staffing levels of field medical team roles that interact with payers. The last two studies are from our new report on the role Medical Affairs plays in delivering value to payer groups. These studies provide benchmarks around Medical Affairs use of targeting, data, resources, training and internal coordination to enhance its interactions with payers.

The new Best Practices, LLC studies listed below under New Research explore how leading companies have made their operations more effective across these different areas.


Download: U.S. - Based Field Medical Team Interactions with Managed Care Customers: Team Characteristics and Coverage (5466)

This Best Practices LLC, study presents benchmarks on which U.S.-based field medical functions have general contact with managed care customers and which field medical functions are the primary contacts for managed care customers.


Download: U.S.- Based Field Medical Team Interactions with Managed Care Customers: Team Activities and Staffing (5467)

This study provides benchmarks around the amount of time internal and external activities take up for field staff that serve payers and which activities are seen as most valuable. In addition, the study presents staffing benchmarks across key U.S.-based field medical functions.



Download: Medical Affairs Strategies to Deliver Value to Payer Groups: Targeting, Data Presentation and Field Resource Deployment (5469)

This benchmarking research helps to identify leading Medical Affairs strategies for payers and ACO/IDN engagement success, capturing critical metrics and insights on payer segmenting and targeting, data presentation and field resource deployment.



Download: Medical Affairs Strategies to Deliver Value to Payer Groups: Training, Internal Coordination and Success Factors (5470)

Best Practices, LLC undertook this benchmarking research to identify leading Medical Affairs strategies for payer and ACO/IDN engagement success, capturing critical metrics and insights on staff training, internal coordination, desired staff background, success factors and top challenges.