Tips to Improve Efficiency and Quality in Pharmaceutical Businesses

Strategy Driven

To remain relevant and record notable growth in the pharmaceutical industry, companies need to make productivity enhancement a priority. well, driving productivity in a pharmaceutical company involves seeking more efficient processes, equipment, and recruitment strategies. More so, it is advisable that pharmaceutical companies keep track of the Standard Operating Procedures relevant to their industry and consistently match their current processes to what is expected.

Mgr Business Process Analyst – Teva Pharmaceuticals – Bombay, NY

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Why the Pharmaceutical Industry is Booming in Japan - SPONSOR CONTENT FROM THE GOVERNMENT OF JAPAN

Harvard Business

That rule of life is no secret to pharmaceutical companies across the globe. Japan remains the world’s second-biggest pharmaceuticals market, behind only the United States and China. The biggest change for pharma in Japan was the 2014 revision of the nation’s keystone pharmaceuticals law, renamed the PMD Act—for pharmaceutical and medical devices. Older people need more medicine.

What It Takes to Lead a Disease Research Foundation

Harvard Business

Leadership & Managing people Pharmaceuticals Healthcare Digital ArticleThree strategies to stay laser focused on the path to a cure.

Startup Ideas: 5 Sectors Unaffected By COVID-19

Strategy Driven

Pharmaceuticals. One sector to consider that is both unaffected by COVID-19 and economic recessions is the pharmaceutical industry. When talking about the pharmaceutical industry, there’s not just the production of medicine. Starting Your Business business management Covid19 IT Services Pharmaceutical Industry strategydrivenThe COVID-19 novel coronavirus has changed life as we once knew it for virtually everyone across the planet.

Where Telemedicine Falls Short

Harvard Business

Technology Healthcare Pharmaceuticals Digital ArticleIt offers enormous benefits — but can’t replace in-person visits.

Adopting AI in Health Care Will Be Slow and Difficult

Harvard Business

Technology Analytics Regulation Healthcare Pharmaceuticals Technology Digital ArticleA few key obstacles and how to overcome them.

How Medical Nonprofits Set Winning Strategy

Harvard Business

Strategy Research & development Healthcare Pharmaceuticals Technology Digital ArticleA study of nearly 100 organizations.

The Future of Drug Trials Is Better Data and Continuous Monitoring

Harvard Business

Research & development Technology Pharmaceuticals Healthcare Technology Digital ArticleIt will help patients and bring new treatments to market faster.

It’s Time to Rein in Exorbitant Pharmaceutical Prices

Harvard Business Review

As the ire over high prescription drug prices in the United States escalates , it’s easy to blame pharmaceutical companies. But pharmaceutical companies aren’t to blame. Over the last five years, returns for the S&P Pharmaceuticals Select Industry Index have been virtually double that of the S&P 500 (roughly 24% vs. 12% annually). In fact, Congress has explicitly prohibited Medicare from negotiating drug prices with pharmaceutical companies.

Why do some companies achieve exceptional performance while so many others struggle to survive?

First Friday Book Synopsis

Bob''s blog entries Abercrombie & Fitch in retail Better before cheaper: Compete on differentiators other than price Deloitte Heartland Express in trucking Maytag in appliances Merck in the pharmaceutical industry Michael E. In search of an answer that could be supported with empirical proof, Michael E. Raynor and Mumtaz Ahmed, along with their team of researchers at Deloitte, embarked on a daunting quest.

Frank Moss: An interview by Bob Morris

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Bob's blog entries (MD) Apollo Computer Baltimore Bluefin Labs Bowstreet Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Frank Moss Haifa IBM Infinity Pharmaceuticals Lotus Development MIT University Princeton University the Mayo Clinic the MIT Media Lab the Practice of New Media Medicine The Sorcerers and Their Apprentices: How the Digital Magicians of the MIT Media Lab Are Creating the Innovative Technologies That Will Transform Our Lives Tivoli Systems Stellar Computer Twitter

Value Migration: A book review by Bob Morris

First Friday Book Synopsis

Value Migration: How to Think Several Moves Ahead of the Competition Adrian J. Slywotzky Harvard Business Press (1995) Note: I recently re-read this book before beginning to formulate questions for an interview of Skywotsky. With all due respect to current business bestsellers, none offers more and better insights of immediate and substantial value. Mastering an [.].

How Japan Is Creating New Opportunities in the Field of Regenerative Medicine - SPONSOR CONTENT FROM THE GOVERNMENT OF JAPAN

Harvard Business

Regeneratives are pharmaceutical cell therapy products that replace or restore cells and tissues lost to disease or aging. “To be able to do that, they need to entice companies to come to Japan, and they need to entice their own pharmaceutical companies to license in and obtain the best.” It includes a designation system that promotes R&D in Japan aimed at early practical application for innovative pharmaceutical products, medical devices, and regenerative medicines.

3 Business Models That Could Bring Million-Dollar Cures to Everyone

Harvard Business

Innovation Business models Entrepreneurship Healthcare Pharmaceuticals Technology Digital ArticleTEK IMAGE/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY/Getty Images.

The Upside of Losing Innovative Employees to Competitors

Harvard Business

A study of pharmaceutical firms finds that it leads to valuable collaborations. Research & development Joint ventures Competition Digital Article

Sexual Harassment Is Rampant in Health Care. Here’s How to Stop It.

Harvard Business

Organizational culture Gender Policy Corporate governance Healthcare Pharmaceuticals Digital ArticleCarmen Martínez Torrón/Getty Images.

The Promise and Challenge of Big Data for Pharma

Harvard Business

The emergence of big data, as well as advancements in data science approaches and technology, is providing pharmaceutical companies with an opportunity to gain novel insights that can enhance and accelerate drug development. The pharmaceuticals industry has seen an explosion in the amount of available data beyond that collected from traditional, tightly controlled clinical trial environments. Analytics Data Research & development Healthcare Pharmaceuticals Digital Article

Conflict-of-Interest Rules Are Holding Back Medical Breakthroughs

Harvard Business

In some states, accepting a cup of coffee from a pharmaceutical company must be reported, so “education” over lavish meals or in resort settings has largely receded. Guided by a refreshed ethical framework, pharmaceutical companies, in partnership with researchers and clinicians, can help accelerate the spread of knowledge of new clinical science, which now is notoriously slow. Ethics Research & development Government Healthcare Pharmaceuticals Digital Article

Research: Innovation Suffers When Drug Companies Merge

Harvard Business

This is especially true in pharmaceutical markets where new and affordable drugs can improve and even save the lives of many people. What makes our study unique is that we compared firms’ innovation activities not only before and after acquisitions, but we also compared those merging companies to firms in similar pharmaceutical markets without merger activities. And so pharmaceutical firms appear to be benefitting from regulators’ incomplete decision process.

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Fixing Pharma’s Incentives Problem in the Wake of the U.S. Opioid Crisis

Harvard Business

Since 1999, three years after OxyContin was unveiled by Purdue Pharmaceuticals, the rate of drug overdoses in the U.S. Meanwhile, the amount of prescription opioids sold by pharmaceutical companies has quadrupled, despite no proliferation in the amount of reported pain. One place to start might be a fresh look at the incentive compensation structure in the pharmaceutical industry. Sales Marketing Pharmaceuticals Digital Article

Complexity is the New Normal in Healthcare Communications Today

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Whether you are a highly matrixed, multisite healthcare system undergoing a merger, or global pharmaceutical or medical device company expanding its portfolio, the common thread is complexity. Even with such rampant murkiness, one thing is very clear: good employee communication can turn strategy into action and keep employees focused on what matters, help them navigate through the change, and minimize disruption that can slow productivity, performance and engagement.

What Cancer Researchers Can Learn from Direct-to-Consumer Companies

Harvard Business

Organizations collecting patient data — including academic medical centers, foundations that sponsor cancer research, and pharmaceutical companies — must first identify the needs, pains, hopes, expectations, and behaviors of each person living with cancer. Marketing Research & development Social platforms Non-profit Healthcare Pharmaceuticals Digital Article

A New Approach to Safely Sharing Cancer Patients’ Data

Harvard Business

Shared value Research & development Collaboration Healthcare Pharmaceuticals Digital ArticleIt is well understood that achieving the full potential of precision medicine for all cancer patients depends on the sharing of patients’ genomic and molecular data and clinical information.

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Great Leadership By Dan

Molinaro has helped create one of the leading brands in the Human Capital industry, working in several key sectors including energy, pharmaceutical, professional services, technology, financial services, and the public sector.

Industries That Are Shaping The World We Live In

Strategy Driven

StrategyDriven Editorial Perspective Automotive Industry business management Hi-Tech Medical and Pharmaceutical Industry strategydrivenTo some degree, every single industry is shaping the world we live in. After all, without even the smallest business, the world would be a slightly different place. However, this can be a pedantic way of looking at things.

New Roles Aren’t Cause For Losing Old Skills

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Ahmed, the Vice President for Manufacturing in a large pharmaceutical company could hardly sit still as frustration boiled over. When leaders take on more responsibility it’s important not to lose all the skills and qualities that got them there. Today’s post is by Graeme Findlay, author of Evolve (CLICK HERE to get your copy).

What to Do When Your Boss Is the Conflict

Lead from Within

It was from the HR director of a pharmaceutical company, who said, “We have an executive who’s arrogant, angry and forceful all the time and he’s constantly causing conflict—he’s a menace to the organization.”.

Shame On Our Apology Economy

Lead Change Blog

Valeant/Philidor pharmaceutical companies. And this list doesn’t include those who really didn’t apologize like Sepp Blatter, former FIFA president; Martin Shkreli, former CEO, Turing Pharmaceuticals; or recently ousted Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane). Last week the CEO of Wells Fargo, a bank that’s been around since 1852, testified before Congress about the egregious wrong-doings committed by employees in his company all in the name of meeting sales goals.

Price Gouging and the Dangerous New Breed of Pharma Companies

Harvard Business

For 78-year-old Tony, 3,4 DAP — which can be obtained at low cost from compounding pharmacies or for free through a compassionate-use program supported by a small privately held company, Jacobus Pharmaceuticals — is a lifesaver. Pharmaceutical companies traditionally invest heavily in research and development. Ionis Pharmaceutical has been especially successful in creating a pipeline of these drugs, such as Nusinersen, a promising therapy for spinal muscular atrophy.

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How Pharma Companies Game the System to Keep Drugs Expensive

Harvard Business

The 1984 Drug Price Competition and Patent Term Restoration Act gave pharmaceutical companies exclusive protections for innovating a new drug. ” By selling a drug they’re already making under a different name, pharmaceutical firms are effectively extending their monopoly for another six months. Another way pharmaceutical firms are thwarting generics is by restricting access to samples for testing. Regulation Branding Manufacturing Pharmaceuticals Digital Article

How Pharma Can Offer More than Pills

Harvard Business Review

For years, there has been a push within the pharmaceutical industry to move “beyond the pill” — in other words, to build and deploy complementary services and solutions to diversify revenue sources. The rationale is simple and elegant: A company with experience selling pharmaceutical products should be able to successfully and profitably sell its large customers (health plans, delivery systems, and governments) other health care offerings.

Lisa Petrilli: The Character-Based Leader Co-Author Interview

Lead Change Blog

COO and CMO, To Be a Woman CRO (Chief Relationship Officer), CEO ConnectionLisa Petrilli's corporate leadership experience includes running a $750 million medication delivery business and a team of marketers while negotiating global licensing, commercialization and co-marketing contracts with pharmaceutical companies.

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The most amazing question

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In the formative stages of my career I was a Human Resources generalist for a large Pharmaceutical company. Photo credit: 123RF. As an avowed problem-solver I got frustrated when people came to me with drawn-out tales of workplace woe that I just couldn’t solve for them. I learned to manage my anxiety by using a question after they told their story that is so flexible and useful that I still use it, or a variation today. And it’s a question you can use as well.

Is GSK taking the Sales out of Sales Rep?

LDRLB

It’s been over half a year since a potentially landmark event occurred in the pharmaceutical industry. I spent five years in the pharmaceutical industry, and had the chance to talk to many GSK representatives when the measures were announced. Most believed it was just a public relations stunt to try and present themselves as the “good guys” in pharmaceutical marketing – focused solely on customer needs.

Clive Wilson on how to design a purposeful organisation: Part 1 of an interview by Bob Morris

First Friday Book Synopsis

Primeast works primarily in the oil and gas, power, pharmaceutical and […]. Clive Wilson is a writer, speaker, facilitator and business coach. He is a director of Primeast, a learning and development company based in the beautiful town of Harrogate in the county of North Yorkshire in the United Kingdom, some 220 miles north of London.

Debating the Sackler Family Role in the Opioid Crisis, and Using AI Bots to Conduct Job Interviews

Harvard Business

Youngme, Felix, and Mihir discuss whether pharmaceutical players like the Sackler family members should be held accountable for the current opioid crisis. They then debate the growing reliance on artificial intelligence bots by human resource departments in the job screening process. Social responsibility Economics & Society Technology Audio

Is GSK taking the Sales out of Sales Rep?

LDRLB

It’s been over half a year since a potentially landmark event occurred in the pharmaceutical industry. I spent five years in the pharmaceutical industry, and had the chance to talk to many GSK representatives when the measures were announced. Most believed it was just a public relations stunt to try and present themselves as the “good guys” in pharmaceutical marketing – focused solely on customer needs.

How Pharma Can Fix Its Reputation and Its Business at the Same Time

Harvard Business

The business model of research-based pharmaceutical companies is under significant pressure. However, it also reflects stronger pressures to lower medicine costs in traditional pharmaceutical markets. citizens than pharmaceuticals (the sector’s worst showing in 16 years). And it is the first topic of the provisional standard for the pharmaceutical sector produced by the Sustainability Accounting Standards Board.

As a Leader, Do You Really Trust Your People?

Lead Change Blog

These industries include transportation, restaurant, hospitality, manufacturing, pharmaceutical, and entertainment. Whether you lead teams of five, 25 or 105,000 people, the level of trust you give goes a long way to determining the success of your organization. Trust is one of the top five leadership “blind spots” our research has shown to be an inhibitor of engagement and performance. You and your organization want and need to deliver great service to differentiate yourself.

A Prescription For Empowering Employees To Succeed And Grow

Tanveer Naseer

When I was 18 years old, my uncle got me a job working in the warehouse of a pharmaceutical dispensary near his house in the Toronto suburbs. My boss, Mr. Hainsworth – the owner of this and another pharmaceutical dispensary in Southern Ontario – was what many people would call a straight shooter; you always knew where you stood with him so if he had a problem with something you did, he’d be sure to let you know.

Leap: How to Thrive in a World Where Everything Can Be Copied

Leading Blog

Yu examines pharmaceutical companies like Novartis and the soap company P&G to see how they moved across knowledge disciplines to leverage or create new knowledge on how their product was made.