An interactive collection of case studies that outline how the views of patients, payers and physicians (and linked-choice modelling) can help you build an accurate picture of product uptake. For pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies, building an accurate picture of future uptake is a vital part of optimising brand performance before any product launch. It’s an insight that fuels every part of the launch strategy, from creating an appropriately sized sales force to preparing guidance for Wall Street. It gives companies clarity on their challenges and visibility of their opportunities, helping brands penetrate tough markets, build sustainable momentum and gain valuable market share.
However, in the real world, understanding product uptake often requires significant interplay between HCPs, patients, caregivers and payers. In some situations, such as OTC products or a cash-pay market, patient preference is the dominant factor.
Meanwhile, others, such as oncology, where the patient has a driver mutation, are normally either payer or physician-driven, with patient preferences making little impact, other than willingness to accept any therapy at all. Taking the views of multiple stakeholders into account allows for more accurate assessments, especially in markets where payers, HCPs and patients all play an important role in the decision-making process.
Here at Research Partnership, we do this through both direct questioning and cross-referencing of physicians and patients. But we also go further, undertaking linked-choice modelling to provide a single research output that incorporates the beliefs of multiple stakeholders – and allows clients to make decisions based on the most accurate, informed models available.
In this guide, we share three ways we’ve used our multi-stakeholder methodology – including using linked-choice modelling – to give our clients the actionable, in-depth insights they need.
Read the guide.