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New Ecosystems In Pharma: Maturing Markets Mean New Models Are Needed

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Success in the pharmaceutical industry requires new thinking about segmentation of drug markets and new insight into how the opportunity for pharma companies is changing. Oliver Wyman’s ecosystems framework attempts to determine where unmet medical need, innovation, and a strong value proposition for payors reside.

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