With a multibillion dollar investment from Microsoft and already 4 authorship credits on PubMed, ChatGPT is poised to disrupt Medical Affairs.
MAPS speaks with Tim Mikelhashvili and winners of his Medical Affairs Innovation Olympics about applications that can match patients with clinical trials and provide real-time input to provide context for clinical decisions.
Congresses are often the best opportunity to connect with HCPs and KOLs. Learn 5 secrets for success.
MAPS speaks with Tim Mikhelashvili, CEO and Co-Founder of Amedea Pharma, and the winners of his Medical Affairs Olympics Competition, the CEOs of Discreedly and Inphronesis.
This webinar program will focus on the theme of innovation and scientific engagement in Medical Communications, providing a detailed example of how a hackathon event is a valuable approach to enhance idea generation for a defined challenge and presents the opportunity to develop innovative “out-of-the box” solutions as a primary outcome of the event.
A panel of experts will discuss what they have learnt from the last 2 years to take forward to future congress offerings, while also exploring what HCPs want when joining congresses both virtually or face-to-face.
In this episode, experts discuss patient-centricity strategies and actions that make patient-first thinking the heart of your organization’s plans.
In this our second episode this season, we’ll be discussing open access in medical publishing from the biopharma perspective.
In episode 1 of this 4-part series, a panel of experts focus on the struggles and successes of compliance in Medical Communications.
In episode 2 of this two-part series, a panel of experts discuss how you can structure roles and responsibilities, KPIs, and best practices to increase synergy between Medical Strategy and Medical Communications teams.