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Future-Proofing Human Capital: Does Biopharma Have The Right Stuff?

Biopharma's future depends entirely on the application of human ingenuity to complex problems with no easy solutions. In Vivo, with its Informa business solutions partner EBD Academy, recently conducted a survey of industry decision-makers in the US and Europe for recommendations on how to attract talent, boost employee engagement, foster diversity and maintain the product innovation that patients demand and society expects.

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Wright Place, Wright Time? Ortho Specialist's Focus Is Paying Off

In reinventing itself as a niche specialist in the orthopedic market, Wright Medical is putting efforts into maintaining leadership in the upper and lower extremities and building on its biologics strengths – a sales platform that was reinforced highly synergistically on the acquisition of Tornier. But for however long Wright Medical can remain independent, how does it balance value-based health care with strategic development plans?

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Infographic: Human Capital In Biopharma

A sampling of data from In Vivo and the EBD Academy's comprehensive survey, Future-Proofing Human Capital In Global Life Sciences.

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The ups, downs – and nearly outs – of ASX-listed health technologies manufacturer and distributor Admedus have made compelling reading in the past two years, but CEO Wayne Paterson has brought a competitive edge to a company that was lacking focus. Now he is looking to raise the bar again, aiming to use the company's proprietary Adapt patch technology in the TAVR space, while also pressing on with strategic plans for the therapeutic vaccines portfolio and adding scale.

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HCV Patient Access: Trek Therapeutics Takes The Road Less Traveled

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Killer Cures: Industry Heavyweights Make Their Presence Felt In Cell And Gene Therapy

Cell and gene therapies, described as the most exciting developments in the life sciences industry, pick up more momentum with every passing month. The spiraling enthusiasm for an activity that will change how health care is delivered was captured by GE, GSK and other key industry players at a leading UK life sciences industry meeting in spring 2017.

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Liquid Biopsy On Course To Transform Cancer Management

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Recent executive-level company changes and promotions in the biopharma, medical device and diagnostics industries.

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Takeda’s Take On The Future Of Biopharma Human Capital

In this supplement to our feature on the In Vivo/EBD Academy survey "Future-Proofing Human Capital In Global Life Sciences", Ramona Sequeira, President of Takeda Pharmaceutical's US Business Unit, presents her company’s strategy to anticipate and respond to a disruptive transformation of the industry payer base.

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The Boston Consulting Group convened a roundtable of market access executives from leading biopharma companies in the US, Europe and Japan to reach consensus on how to finance the cost of health care. The group's working paper considers various approaches to financing high-quality care, with an initial emphasis on advocating for change among payers in Europe.

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