From blockbuster drugs to black box warnings, Janus kinase inhibitors (JAKs) have seen dramatic highs and lows in their journey to market access across the last few years. Yet despite the hurdles, JAKs are facing, pharma’s conviction in their potential to generate a paradigm shift in patient care means R&D activity and interest remains undaunted. Will JAK inhibitors triumph over persisting regulatory roadblocks to offer patients a new treatment option? In this white paper, we investigate the current state of JAKs and explore their likelihood of success in the future.
Healthcare has always had a reputation of being resistant to change, but consumer demand and a rapidly evolving technology-driven world have led the digitization of healthcare to move at a frantic pace. In this white paper we explore the digitization trend currently infiltrating healthcare and delve into the implications of digital health on patients, payers, and pharma itself. We take stock of the current landscape, discuss likely future trends, and explore how strategic intelligence can help answer key questions for the healthcare industry in the face of so much digital innovation.
Several promising candidates are currently competing in a multi-billion-dollar race. NASH, or non-alcoholic steatohepatitis, affects millions of patients world-wide and by 2020 is projected to replace hepatitis C as the number one reason for liver transplantation in the United States. Multiple drug developers have taken on the challenge and a variety of different approaches are currently in the pipeline to tackle this complex, silent disease. Now all eyes are on the finish line to see who will be the first to enter this lucrative and untapped market.
Lack of innovation surrounding the development of new antibiotics has resulted in an alarming situation, given the rising threat of antimicrobial resistance (AMR). As a result, there is no single or straightforward way to combat AMR, nor to galvanize development of novel antibiotics. Although some positive measures have been introduced, further - and larger scale - action is needed. We take a look at what pharma and the larger healthcare industry needs to do in order to combat this looming threat.
Dynamics between pharma and the market-based healthcare sector it serves have invariably been complex, with one of the biggest drivers of that complexity being effective management of patient demand and payer systems. The newest stratagem in this push and pull is the copay accumulator program, or CAP. We take a closer look at CAPs and how they might affect your brand in the near future.
Pharma Strategic Workshops and Wargames are an essential strategic tool for those aiming to win in their market. Pulling on our 14+ years of expertise running and facilitating strategic workshops in the pharma industry we share our learnings in this White Paper.
Adapting competitive intelligence functions to an increasingly complex pharma landscape. This White Paper explores the concept of agile working for the
pharma world, delving into the opportunities and challenges that arise for Competitive Intelligence teams and managers as working environments adapt to find
success in a more dynamic, uncertain, and fast-paced environment.
Perils, pitfalls, and priorities in asset acquisition. In this White Paper, we will look at new and changing trends in pipeline acquisition, discuss difficulties inherent in the current marketplace, and offer worthwhile perspectives on pitfalls and opportunities based on our experience offering strategic guidance to pharmaceutical companies on a global scale.
Drug launch failures happen more frequently than pharma companies care to admit. Anticipate, Adapt and Align - the three A’s of successful pharma launch strategy. To understand and implement them requires strategic vision, a holistic understanding of every vagary of the marketplace, and a forthright and ruthlessly honest assessment of both the product being launched and the competitive space it is meant to occupy.
Strategic intelligence for a fiercely competitive marketplace. In the pharmaceutical industry, change has long been known as the only constant. But the last few years have seen the industry challenged and reshaped by drastic internal disruption and external paradigm shifts. Deallus look at key changes in the pharma landscape through the lens of strategic intelligence, and considers how this powerful tool can help pharma stakeholders grasp the full picture of the competitive environment they intend to enter.
A continent of extremes, with great potential for growth. Geographically large, the assortment of cultures, people, disease profiles, and healthcare systems added to the juxtaposition of extreme wealth and extreme poverty, emphasises the many challenges faced by the pharmaceutical companies when thinking of entering Asia. Commercial success will depend on understanding the market dynamics by consolidating positioning within the market place with the requirements of each market.
Growing major trends are emerging across Asian healthcare markets. Rising incomes, increased government healthcare expenditure, higher life expectancies and a surge of chronic illnesses are boosting the demand for pharmaceutical products and services in the region. We take a look at the emerging trends across Asian healthcare systems and the implications for the industry.