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Bayer’s US Playbook: The Smart Way To Top-Line Growth

The hotly contested US market is central to Bayer’s aspirations to become a global innovation player in pharmaceuticals, especially in key growth segments like oncology. A little more than one year in, Bayer Pharmaceuticals Americas President Dr. Carsten Brunn reflects on his unit’s progress.

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Paying For Gene Therapy: Will Pharma Be First In Line?

With 15 new gene and cell-based therapies in late-stage testing, the time is now to consider a critical strategic question: is there a pricing model for these budget-busting treatments that works in both safeguarding returns to innovators and providing access to patients at a price society is willing to pay? An analysis by ZS Associates looks at the options for biopharma going forward.

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How The EHR And New Data Streams Are Influencing Clinical Practice

A plethora of clinical studies are showing that new types of data, often captured in the EHR, can help improve the correlation between treatments and outcomes and favorably affect patient care as well as enhance drug development.

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The Value Of Being Decisive On Strategic Needs – Through One Pharma CEO's Lens

After a promising research program failed to deliver, London-listed Circassia changed from being an R&D-based allergy company to one focused on commercial respiratory therapies. Rapid decision-making averted a crisis and earned the company a US deal and equity partnership with AstraZeneca. As an exercise in Plan B readiness, it's surely up there with the best.

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2017 Completed Trials: Status Quo Or No?

Trialtrove data provides window onto the landscape of industry-sponsored clinical trials completed during 2017.

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Procurement In Practice: For Roivant Sciences, Speed Is The VANTage Point

Roivant has a unique business model of a connected family of operationally independent companies – known as “Vants” – each with a mission to develop and commercialize new therapies for patients with unmet medical needs. In an interview with Roivant's Kris Ungvarsky, In Vivo takes a closer look at how this affect sourcing and procurement.

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Pharma Sourcing And Procurement: The New Strategy Of Spend

Just what does a strategic approach to sourcing and procurement mean for today’s biopharma enterprise? In Vivo talks to the practice leaders at two diversely representative companies – Adamas Pharmaceuticals and Roivant Sciences – to identify four essential characteristics of “best in class” purchasing performance: (1) Think big – be strategic. (2) Buy better – add value.  (3) Work fast – spend forward. (4) Reach out earn the business.

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Brits Lead Charge In Global Battle Against Antimicrobial Resistant Superbugs

During the annual BIO International conference in June, researchers from the UK – which has pushed antimicrobial resistance to front and center on the global stage – discussed ongoing efforts for incentivizing antibiotic discovery and development, and the challenges that remain when it comes to management and resolution of the world’s AMR crisis.

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World In Motion – The Shape Of The New Health Care Technology Ecosystem In 2022

The health products industry, methods of care delivery and even the public's expectations for improved tools to prevent, monitor and treat disease have transformed dramatically in the past five years. The changes anticipated over a similar period ahead are potentially even more marked, with business continuity impacts for medtech and pharma concerns, according to Deloitte LLP experts who were on the circuit at health care industry events in Germany and the UK this spring.

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US FDA’s Khozin On Defining Big Data, Safety Signaling, And The Patient Experience in Cancer

The challenge for users of big data "is to develop the human organizational and technical capacity to turn the 'big”' into the 'smart,' through applied analytics to personalize therapies around the distinctive disease characteristics of each patient." Khozin says.
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Execs On The Move, June 2018

An interactive look at recent executive-level company changes and promotions in the biopharma, medical device and diagnostics industries.

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New Novartis CDO Bodson Outlines Digital Health Ambitions

Bertrand Bodson, the new chief digital officer for Novartis, reveals how he sees digital health underpinning the Swiss major’s future. Efforts at the company have already delivered a 10 to 15% reduction in patient enrollment times in pilot trials.

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Execs On The Move, May 2018

An interactive look at recent executive-level company changes and promotions in the biopharma, medical device and diagnostics industries.

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Business As Usual Is Not A Vision For The Future – The Value-Based Shift Is Underway

Value is a concept that is increasingly embraced by providers and payers, as well as medtech manufacturers. Leading providers are organizing around value, changing their models and thereby inviting medtech manufacturers to adapt to the post fee-for-service era. Some, like Medtronic, are at the head of the game.

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Winners Are Beginning To Emerge In Digital Health – But Without Planning Medtechs Risk Missing The Boat

The leading medtechs are starting to develop models for providers that show how to implement successful digital strategies, a trend that is serving to put pressure on companies that are yet to make a commitment, says ZS Associates' Pete Masloski.

 

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Doubling Pharma Value With Data Science

A once-in-a-generation opportunity has opened to digitally redesign a core part of the biopharma business. Capturing the opportunity requires vision and leadership; it’s not about the technology.

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Pharma’s New R&D Models: Federating Innovation

Experiments are underway to solve pharma’s well-documented R&D productivity crisis. The industry is no longer focused only on buying new drugs via M&A, or on outsourcing discovery. Companies are also building new channels through which to access innovation, setting up different kinds of partnerships, and using new kinds of data. The shift involves re-thinking pharma’s place in healthcare.

 
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World In Motion – The Shape Of The New Health Care Technology Ecosystem In 2022

The health products industry, methods of care delivery and even the public's expectations for improved tools to prevent, monitor and treat disease have transformed dramatically in the past five years. The changes anticipated over a similar period ahead are potentially even more marked, with business continuity impacts for medtech and pharma concerns, according to Deloitte LLP experts who were on the circuit at health care industry events in Germany and the UK this spring.

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Deals In Depth: April 2018

For potentially over $1 billion, Boehringer Ingelheim gained an early-stage anti-cancer immunotherapy from OSE. Novartis again expanded its gene therapy capabilities in the $8.4 billion buy of AveXis. Biopharma and device financing both decreased.
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