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Stakeholder Partnerships in Oncology

Danielle Barron, (May 21, 2015)

Danielle Barron outlines how these stakeholder partnerships are shaking up the market.
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Engaging Patients in Research

Zuzanna Fimińska, (May 12, 2015)

Web-based portals, social media, and connected devices offer an opportunity to make clinical trials more patient-centric.
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Patient Engagement at Every Step

Danielle Barron, (May 7, 2015)

Finding the right balance between scientific rigor and convenience for participants will enable successful and efficient clinical trials.
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Clinical Pathways in Oncology

Danielle Barron, (May 1, 2015)

Danielle Barron reports on the increasing popularity of evidence-based clinical pathways & the implications for manufacturers.
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Payer-Reform for Physicians — Moving from Volume-Based to Value-Based Reimbursement

Suzanne Shelley, (Apr 27, 2015)

Dr Edward J. Benz, CEO of Dana Farber Cancer Institute discusses physician payment reform and its practical implications.
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The Future of Clinical Trials

George Winter, (Apr 16, 2015)

Patient-centric trials offer huge opportunity but what are the barriers to implementation?
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Successful Pharmacovigilance: Harnessing Relationships between Stakeholders

Dr Nicola Davies, (Apr 16, 2015)

What makes pharmacovigilance effective and efficient is the trust between the different parties and stakeholders.
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4 Ways to Guarantee your Trials Become More Patient-Centric

Zuzanna Fimińska, (Apr 16, 2015)

Could trials be at risk of being invalidated by rebellion from patients?
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Risk Sharing Agreements on the American Horizon

Danielle Barron, (Apr 16, 2015)

US stakeholders are beginning to consider risk sharing agreements, but to what effect?
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Alzheimer’s: Can we save the world from a public health disaster?

Zuzanna Fimińska, (Apr 2, 2015)

Alzheimer’s disease is a ticking time bomb for public health around the world. If we don’t act now, it will single-handedly devastate global healthcare systems.

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