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Medical Science Liaison Management: Service Scope, Relationship Management, and Resource Management

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150+ Metrics


Pages/Slides: 35


Published: 2014


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STUDY OVERVIEW

With the steady growth of the Medical Science Liaison (MSL) role in the healthcare industry, Medical Affairs leaders need to continually re-assess their MSL management practices to be successful in this competitive environment. This research, which presents 2014 data versus 2011, examines the growing roles and responsibilities of Medical Science Liaisons within leading healthcare organizations. The study captures critical insights across MSL operational, performance, and management fronts, including factors affecting the headcount, span of control, and deployment of MSLs.
Medical Affairs leaders can use this study as a benchmark for future strategic and resource planning and best-practice implementation for the medical science liaison function.

KEY TOPICS
  • Specialist Role and Service Scope
  • KOL Relationship Management
  • Resource Management/ Shifting and Forecasting

KEY METRICS
  • Level of the person with oversight responsibility for MSLs
  • Involvement level of MSLs in supporting the following product development activities
  • Timing for MSL involvement in supporting clinical trials
  • Effectiveness of factors affecting how MSLs are deployed
  • Stakeholder needs that drive alignment
  • Breakdown of MSL interaction types at regional and national thought leader levels
  • Level of face-to-face visits needed to maintain old and develop new relationships with regional thought leaders
  • Level of face-to-face visits needed to maintain old and develop new relationships with national thought leaders
  • Ratio of managers to MSLs
  • Effectiveness of factors used to determine field size of MSLs
  • Key factors for increasing the number of MSLs
  • Key factors for decreasing the number of MSLs
METHODOLOGY

Best Practices, LLC engaged 19 leaders at 15 top pharmaceutical companies through a benchmarking survey instrument.  All participants share leadership and oversight of  Medical Science Liaison (MSL) groups at their healthcare organizations. 

Industries Profiled:
Pharmaceutical; Biotech; Manufacturing; Medical Device; Consumer Products; Diagnostic; Chemical; Health Care; Biopharmaceutical; Clinical Research; Laboratories


Companies Profiled:
Abbvie; AstraZeneca Pharmaceuticals; Biogen; BARD; Baxter International; Bayer Healthcare; Covidien; Genentech; Gilead Sciences; Kadmon Pharmaceuticals; Medtronic; Sanofi; Shire; ViiV Healthcare; Jazz Pharmaceuticals


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