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With the demand for scientific and medical data increasing, field-based medical teams must create strong strategies and utilize limited resources to meet the needs of thought leaders. This can be challenging as they face growing internal and external expectations regarding the types of activities and services they must provide.
Best Practices, LLC undertook this research to provide greater insights into the deployment of MSLs, Outcomes, nurse educators and their direct field-based supervisors. This study examines issues around field-based medical team staffing, activity timing, and training.
Best Practices, LLC engaged 19 leaders with direct experience working in Medical Affairs. Participants represent 19 leading biopharmaceutical companies.
1. Time Allocation on MSL and HOL (Health Outcomes Liaison) Activities: There are gaps between expected and actual time allocation on several MSL and HOL activities. For example MSLs spend more time on the three activities than expected: