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Pharma market access [infographic]

A 12 step process for preparing a pharma brand for market

Pharma market access infographic

There is no 'one' definition of market access – the idea of which varies from company to company; region to region.

But while there may not be consensus on the exact wording – which spans everything from 'stakeholders' to 'accelerate market uptake', 'optimising value' and 'pricing and reimbursement' – most agree that it is not a 'discipline' that can be packaged neatly into a silo.

Inside: Market Access, a new publication from PMLiVE's publishers PMGroup, provides expert thinking on the area and includes a unique market access road map.

Download full size infographic on 12 steps to prepare a pharma brand for market (pdf - right click and select 'save link as')

Pharma market access reportThe publication, which PME subscribers received earlier this month, also looks at:

• Re-positioning pharma's image for market access success
• How to equip market access teams for local challenges
• The role of communication and education
• The true meaning of market access
• UK market access and the NHS
• How NICE is collaborating, and exporting its thinking, across Europe and beyond
• EU pricing and reimbursement, and reference pricing.

View Inside: Market Access online

28th June 2012

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