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Real World Data Solutions For Pharma’s Looming EBIT Crisis

Executive Summary

The global pharmaceutical industry is facing decreasing margins triggered by various internal and external reasons. To address the crisis effectively long term, we see pharma’s integration into care management, combined with data generation and analysis of real-world outcomes, as a way to charge for the value pharma adds.

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