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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