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In order to adapt to a global health care environment, Medical Affairs leaders need to effectively structure and organize their function, build and maintain robust reporting structures and establish a clear value proposition to justify budget and resources to key internal stakeholders. Also, leaders must now clearly determine how to handle activities and roles within a global Medical Affairs structure that reaches beyond the border of any one country or continent.
This comprehensive study benchmarks the critical requirements for creating effective global Medical Affairs capabilities. Additionally, it also identifies performance metrics to demonstrate the value of Medical Affairs to senior leadership.
Leading insights in the study will help Medical Affairs leaders to create and communicate strong performance metrics and develop a successful global Medical Affairs organization.
This study engaged 29 executives from 26 leading life sciences companies. Segmentation analysis was key to examining trends and effective practices. 11 participants make up the Large Companies Segment, while the Mid-Size Companies Segment consists of 10 participants and Small Companies Segment consists of 8 participants.
1. Scientific Publication Metrics: Sixty percent of the benchmark class thinks that % publications in top-tier journals is a highly effective metric. In addition, more than 40% of the participants agree that % papers and publications accepted is highly effective to evaluate scientific publication performance.