In this e-book, learn how medical affairs teams can use technology to address diversity issues in the drug development life cycle.
This article outlines the aspects of Medical Affairs strategy and launch excellence specific to supporting the development and launch of treatments targeting rare diseases, providing a roadmap for MA teams and organizations undertaking this planning.
This white paper by the MAPS Executive Consortium synthesizes the views of senior global Medical Affairs leaders to provide a unified vision for the future of Medical Affairs in society, industry, teams and as individuals.
What is Medical Affairs and what does it do in the biopharmaceutical and MedTech industries? Who works in Medical Affairs and what skills do you need to succeed? Find out in this essential guide to understanding, joining and thriving in Medical Affairs.
In this white paper, MedComms, Field Medical and Insights Focus Area Working Groups (FAWGs) demonstrate the value of and elucidate best practices for an insights-driven collaborative approach to creating an iMC S/P.
This white paper provides Medical Affairs professionals with the background and history of Real-World Evidence, and its applications in the biopharma industry to benefit patients.
A guide for Medical Communications cross-functional collaboration to develop an Integrated Medical Communications Strategy and Plan (iMC S/P) which is the roadmap for how a Medical Affairs team communicates its product vision and value proposition to internal and external stakeholders.
When quantitative and qualitative Field Medical KPIs and metrics are aligned with the organization’s strategic plan, these measurements demonstrate value. Defining and communicating this value is an essential task as Field Medical solidifies its role as a strategic pillar within the organization.
This paper discusses the sources and uses of non-registrational evidence and describes why Medical Affairs is positioned to lead and own the nRE Strategic Plan.
This white paper from the MAPS Medical Strategy & Launch Excellence Focus Area Working Group (FAWG) describes the elements of meaningful metrics in Medical Affairs and demonstrates how these metrics can be used to facilitate real actions and outcomes for Medical Affairs teams and the organization as a whole