Takeda’s Take On The Future Of Biopharma Human Capital
In this supplement to our feature on the In Vivo/EBD Academy survey "Future-Proofing Human Capital In Global Life Sciences", Ramona Sequeira, President of Takeda Pharmaceutical's US Business Unit, presents her company’s strategy to anticipate and respond to a disruptive transformation of the industry payer base.
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