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WEBINAR

Impact on Medical Affairs from Global Growth & Increased competition

Speaker: Dr. Ashish Gulati

Today in this ever changing and challenging healthcare environment medical affairs plays an important role in providing medical and scientific perspectives for company's brands. The increasing globalization has created a profound impact on the medical affairs structures, budgets and strategies of the pharma companies. Medical affairs teams often struggle to strike a balance-between serving both internal and external customers, as well as being faithful to clinical truths and contributing to commercial goals

Considering the changing tides in medical affairs vertical, MakroCare MASS division has taken the initiative to bring the experts together from different organizations to share thier views on challenges, new ideas, innovation and solutions.

Who should participate?
Medical Advisors, Medical Affairs personnel, Scientific Affairs, Medical Directors, Group Managers and Product Managers.

Limited Participants: Maximum 50 only.

Cost:None
(As a part of MakroCare commitment to industry for continuous education and awareness, this online Webinar is at no cost).

Click for online registration or Send an email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Basic Requirement: From your own Desk (minimum requirement: Internet connection & Speaker / head set).'

About MakroCare:
MakroCare is an international drug development and commercialization partner that is dedicated to efficient, high-level performance in combination with unparalleled client satisfaction. MakroCare has 5 subsidiaries/divisions – CRO, Consulting, SMO, Commz and Informatics. MakroCare has teams positioned worldwide in these divisions supporting start from clinical to commercialization, regulatory affairs, risk management, trial management (clinical, late phase), monitoring, biometrics (CDM, EDC, Biostatistics, SAS programming, medical writing), QA audits, drug safety / Pharmacovigilance, site management, patient recruitment, informatics (EDC, CTMS, IVRS), medical affairs, sales and distribution, market access, contact center and various aspects of drug life cycle.