Medical affairs teams are challenged by rising costs and accelerated timelines - and hampered by inefficiency throughout the insight gathering process. These breakdowns occur before a single insight is collected: by engaging with the wrong KOLs, medical affairs won't access the right strategic insights while wasting time and effort. Add to this the deafening volume of information that HCPs are being bombarded with, and it's quickly apparent that unless you can gather and implement insights quickly, you've missed your window of opportunity to deliver value to your physicians.
But by using technology and a refined strategy to identify the right experts, engage them in the right venue and obtain key insights in real-time, teams can build a winning strategy while reducing costs and shortening timelines.
In this webinar, you'll learn:
- How to identify and interact with the best experts for the topics your HCPs need
- Best practices to effectively engage audiences for optimum insight volume and quality
- First steps in advanced insight management to deliver value faster to your physicians
You will hear from:
- Harmony Garges, Chief Medical Officer, ViiV Healthcare
- Kirk Shepard, Chief Medical Officer OBG, SVP & Head of Global Medical Affairs, Eisai
- Oscar Segurado, Chief Medical Officer, ASC Therapeutics
- Lance Hill, CEO, Within3
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More open so that the strongest ideas and insights are brought to the fore in a transparent, trustworthy manner. More valued by having an authentic approach to building products and services that matter to patients.
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