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Healthcare reform is creating an even greater need for functions like Government Affairs and Public Policy to effectively monitor and engage the government healthcare sector. In the biopharmaceutical sector, Government Affairs and Public Policy are key players in terms of monitoring and engaging with governmental healthcare agencies. But the two functions also play a vital strategic role for organizations because they often communicate insights internally to commercial and strategic leadership. Two factors that affect the effectiveness of Government Affairs and Public Policy groups are the organizational structure and staffing levels that they have to operate within.
Best Practices, LLC conducted this research to help Government Affairs and Public Policy leaders evaluate how their structure and staffing levels compare with their industry peers. This study identifies how companies are structuring their Government Affairs and Policy groups as well as what the staffing levels - and outsourcing levels - typically are for the two groups. In addition, the study demonstrates where organizations place their Policy leadership (D.C. or headquarters) and the outsourcing levels for Government Affairs and Public Policy.
The study includes three segments: a Large Pharma Segment, a Mid-Cap Pharma Segment, and an Emerging Pharma segment.