We help Global Medical Affairs organizations address many challenges to achieve their primary goals, including:

  • Team Meeting ChicagoComplex, post-launch global clinical trials activities
  • Evolving social media landscape challenging the concept of key opinion leader
  • Proactive patients and health care professionals educating themselves about medical treatments

The role of the Global Medical Affairs (GMA) function is to educate stakeholders about their medical treatments through the development and delivery of accurate, complete, and unbiased information. Another primary objective is the execution of interventional/non-interventional Phase IIIb/IV trials. GMA activities must comply with local/regional, industry, and company regulatory policies and are not designed to “promote” a product or substitute for Sales and Marketing practices.

Set your Medical Affairs program up for success

Expert Consulting for Global Medical Affairs

  • GMA Operating Model Design
  • GMA Process Design/Optimization
  • GMA Performance Measurement & Reporting
  • MSL Capability Design
  • KOL Identification and Assessment
  • Phase IIIb/IV Post-Merger Integration Trial Consolidation
  • Phase IIIb/IV Resource Support Model

Improve Your Global Medical Affairs Organization

By utilizing our methodology and deep expertise, we have delivered the following results for our clients:

  • Defined and rolled out a new Medical Affairs Operating Model and supporting activities in which a regional, heavily decentralized organization was converted to a global, centralized one
  • Re-defined the global role of the MSL resulting in an industry-leading approach to how they would plan and allocate their time, globally consistent procedural documentation that would define their responsibilities and relationship to Commercial, KOL relationships, etc., and a new performance assessment approach for the MSLs
  • Developed and implemented a resourcing and support model for newly consolidated PMI, post-launch interventional/non-interventional studies

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