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January / February 2019

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    Global Life Sciences Outlook by Deloitte

    Emerging technologies are creating a transformative opportunity for life sciences, and scientific achievements are on a record pace. The geopolitical climate is ushering in a new era led by the passage of tax reform in the United States and Brexit in the United Kingdom. In addition to embracing these changes, life sciences companies are looking […] More

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    Otsuka, GSK, Bayer and other execs on balancing payers, patients and physicians

    An integrated, multi-stakeholder approachBy Paul Simms, Chairman eyeforpharma and Dr. Wolfgang Lippert, Senior Director, Healthcare and Life Sciences, SalesForce Who is the most important stakeholder when it comes to ensuring patients gain access to new, innovative medicines? Trick question—they all are Companies today need to engage with an almost bewildering array of influencers and decisionmakers. As […] More

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    Great Advice From Great Minds

    Pfizer Regional President Nolan Townsend on How Patient Centricity is Vital to Our Future At the 2018 eyeforpharma event in Barcelona, we were fortunate to interview Nolan Townsend, who now serves as Regional President for North America, Rare Disease at Pfizer. Nolan moved from investment banking at Lehman Brothers to a breathtaking array of roles […] More

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    How American Doctors See Their Profession: Changes and Challenges

    Highlights of a survey conducted on behalf of The Physicians Foundation by Merritt Hawkins, September 2018 (Full survey can be found here) Doctors and patients are our primary audiences. Therefore, it’s important to know what doctors are facing, doing and thinking, so we can enter the conversation aware of their concerns, worries and desires. The […] More

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    Smith & Nephew Sr. VP Alain Tranchemontagne: The Five Principles

    For more than 25 years, Alain Tranchemontagne has spent his career driving success for some of the biggest names in the medical device sector of healthcare. Through stints at Ansell Healthcare, Covidien and now Smith & Nephew, he has navigated positions in sales, marketing, general management, strategy and commercial development. At Smith & Nephew, he […] More

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    MOTIVIDEOS

    One of our most viewed articles, Motivideos is not all about healthcare, and sometimes not strictly about business at all. It’s a means of kicking off any morning meeting with some education, inspiration and humor. Starting the day with a boost that will activate your endorphins and echo throughout the many decisions you’ll be called […] More

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    INDUSTRY TRENDS: BY THE NUMBERS

    Amount of healthcare data estimated to be generated in 2020 Only 153 exabytes (one exabyte = one billion gigabytes) were produced in 2013. The growth of this data is predicted to be at least 48 percent annually. Source: Stanford Medicine 2017 Health Trends Report: Harnessing the Power of Data in Health. Projected U.S. per-person spending […] More

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    Real Expertise on Artificial Intelligence: Views from Pfizer, Aktana, Veeva and Syneos Health Executives

    Our thanks to Lisa Barbadora of Veeva Systems and Izzy Gladstone of eyeforpharma for their help in bringing this panel and content together. Artificial intelligence is already a well-worn phrase, but few of us really understand what it means and how it will affect the conduct of our industry. Veeva execs Arno Sosna and Paul […] More

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    TOP 100 HEALTHCARE COMPANIES

    Pharmaceutical, Medical Device, Biotechnology CLICK HERE TO GET TOP 100 HEALTHCARE COMPANIES Combing through our previous lists of the Top 50 Pharmaceutical, Medical Device and Biotechnology companies, we have compiled 2018’s Top 100 Healthcare Companies list. This year we find 40 pharmaceutical companies, 46 medical device (medtech) companies, 14 biotech companies and some new entries, […] More

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    Cleveland Clinic Top Ten Medical Innovations: 2019

    The mission of Cleveland Clinic is to provide better care of the sick, investigation into their problems, and further education of those who serve. Sounds pretty straightforward, doesn’t it? Almost any hospital strives for those goals. But the Cleveland Clinic is not any hospital. It was named a top U.S. hospital in U.S. News & […] More

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How American Doctors See Their Profession: Changes and Challenges

Global Life Sciences Outlook by Deloitte