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World Show more World. Instead of working together to solve these challenges, we see there is a growing disconnect between healthcare stakeholders. We believe that, being the fact-based, unbiased and trusted partner of the industry, Medical Affairs is uniquely positioned to bridge this gap and to facilitate co-creation of better outcomes for patients.
However, to become a real partner co-improving healthcare, Medical Affairs should evolve from a reactive, internally focussed and siloed function to the proactive, strategic face of the industry operating in a fully integrated model. The leap towards this new future is substantial. Therefore, it requires a pragmatic step by step approach.
In order to make this journey pragmatic, we developed a maturity model detailing three maturity steps that take Medical Affairs from a more traditional organisation, to a focused, coordinated and, ultimately, to an integrated model. Every journey starts with a first step. The time is now for Medical Affairs leaders to initiate the journey and guide their organisation towards the integrated model.
Only with a compelling vision for the future, a clear plan and strong change management this journey will be a success.
To learn more about our vision on the future for Medical Affairs download our whitepaper, Medical Affairs in transition: towards a fully integrated healthcare. In-depth analysis delivered weekly - Subscribe to our newsletter, featuring our editors' top picks from the past week.
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