Arsenal Capital Partners, a private equity firm specializing in building healthcare businesses, today announced the acquisition of Zipher Medical Affairs, a leading provider of expert medical affairs strategic consulting services in the United States.
A well-planned and comprehensive data generation program will provide you with the tools you need to be successful in preparing for launch and beyond.
Insights provide the ability to gain a clear, deep, and sometimes unexpected understanding of a complicated problem or situation. In the pharmaceutical arena, insights are external trends that are actionable and have the potential to alter medical strategy
Host Peg Crowley-Nowick, PhD, MBA, Founder & President of Zipher Medical Affairs and Murial Siadak, PAC, spotlight the ever-increasing value and impact of insights on product strategy, positioning, and tactics.
An effective program management system with well-designed project trackers, dashboards and project management support can accelerate your launch strategy.
Drs. Crowley-Nowick and Keir set the stage for a successful launch as they consider the key components of a MA Team and their contributions on the road to launch and beyond, from the formation and training of the Medical Science Liaison Team (MSLs) to the early inclusion of Medical Information, to developing best practices for Scientific Communications while also engaging with Patient Advocacy groups as part of the planning process.
Starting from the clinical trials and ending with meeting the regulatory demands across various countries, bringing a product to market successfully has become increasingly difficult. Therefore, it is critical that an overall launch strategy is established and executed.
Measuring the impact of the Medical Affairs (MA) organization is not as straightforward as it is for other functions (e.g., increase in revenue or market share for Commercial) and remains a challenge for most pharmaceutical companies today.
Zipher’s Medical Affairs unscripted features Dr. Zhen Su, an industry expert with over 20 years of experience and currently the Senior Vice President and Global Head of the Oncology Franchise for Merck, KGaA, Darmstadt, Germany to discuss how to develop the internal value of Medical Affairs as a strategic equal, improve cross-functional collaboration, and how to adapt to the virtual environment in this pandemic era and beyond.
Dr. Peg Crowley-Nowick, Founder & President of Zipher Medical Affairs is joined by Zipher’s own Julie Cahill, M.D., Vice President of Consulting and Medical Director Services to continue the conversation from Episode 4: Data Generation | The Intersection Between Medical Affairs and Clinical Development by expanding further on the need to identify data gaps and how organizations can work together to consider the full scope of research that can be used to fill those gaps.