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Products & Services Quality, Compliance and Regulatory Government Affairs and Public Policy

U.S. Pharmaceutical State Government Affairs: Benchmarking the Resources Required to Ensure Brand Market Access

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Study Overview:
With pricing, political, regulatory and marketing pressures at an all-time high, State Government Affairs functions in the pharmaceutical and biotechnology industries with operations in the U.S. market are continually reassessing levels of human and capital investment needed to support their organizations. Few if any companies can afford not to pay attention to how many people it staffs or how much it invests in this critical function. This benchmarking study was designed to help provide pharmaceutical and biotech State Government Affairs executives and managers that work in the US market assess their investment levels compared to others.

Key Definitions:
For the purposes of this study, State Government Affairs includes the following activities:

  • Lobbying: At State Level.
  • Medicaid: Includes ADAP, SPAP.
  • Advocacy: Financial donations targeting community, professional and patient organizations.
  • Public Policy and Federal Government Affairs: Federal Lobbying and Federal Medicare.

Key Topic Areas:
  • Budget Ranges for State Government Affairs Groups
  • Staffing Levels (FTE’s)
  • Staff Allocation based on Functional Activities
  • Outsourcing Levels
  • Budget and FTE Efficiency Measures

Key Metrics:
  • Budget Ranges for State Government Affairs Groups ($US)
  • Staffing Levels (FTE’s)
  • Staff Allocation By Functional Activity Performed (Accounting and Controlling Services, Commercial Operations and Financial Planning And Analysis)
  • % Allocated To Outsourced Services
  • Sales Revenue per State Government Affairs FTE
  • FTE's per Million $ in Sales
  • Budget Employed Per State Government Affairs FTE
  • State Government Affairs FTE Employed Per $100 Million In Sales Revenue
  • State Government Affairs Budget Expressed As A Percentage Of Sales

Methodology:
This research originated from a Best Practices, LLC research and consulting project. It was conducted for a pharmaceutical client and was based on surveys with executives and senior managers from pharmaceutical and biotech organizations.

Industries Profiled:
Pharmaceutical; Medical Device; Biotech; Health Care


Companies Profiled:
GlaxoSmithKline; Elli Lilly; Roche; Bristol-Myers Squibb; Boehringer Ingelheim; Merck; MedImmune


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