In today’s episode, our Field Medical experts will discuss tips to understand how you can lead through change.
In the 3rd and final episode of this series, we’ll be meeting with Georgios Tramountanis, a member of the MAPS Digital Focus Area Working Group to examine where we see potential opportunities for Medical Affairs as it relates to Automation and review some predictions on the future of Automation in Medical Affairs.
In this podcast episode, we discuss how Medical Affairs teams can compliantly engage with patients in disease-specific social networks to provide important information that optimizes outcomes, while placing the patient at the center of drug development.
In the 2nd of this 3-part series, we’ll be meeting with Shinya Suda-san, Sr. Vice President and Global Head of Information Systems at Astellas to glean insights on Automation opportunities as it relates to Digital Transformation.
Today, HCPs are taking to the internet to release new research or create a digital research community in real-time. Through social media channels like Twitter, the new thought leaders or digital opinion leaders (DOLs) share research and reach a broader audience with digital influence and presence.
In this first of 3 episodes, we will be meeting with an industry expert on Automation within the pharmaceutical industry.
This podcast addresses how Medical Affairs teams should be re-evaluating their overall strategy to make sure that even in the face of uncertainty, there is a path forward for clinical design, and how Rescue sites can provide that path forward.
This podcast, the 2nd in a 2-part series, discusses the What of the collaboration– the specific topics covered by phactMI, a nonprofit collaboration of Medical Information leaders.
MAPS speaks with Annemarie Clegg, CMO, OPEN Health, about the evolving role of Medical Affairs in providing context for payers, regulators and policy makers whose decisions can dramatically affect which patients can access industry innovations.
This podcast discusses the how and why this group of MI professionals, who are part of phactMI, a nonprofit collaboration of Medical Information leaders, came together and the lessons learned from their collaboration.