ISPOR Annual Conference 2019
Last month, Directors Brett Gardiner and Rachel Howard attended the ISPOR annual conference in New Orleans.
With over 4,000 delegates in attendance and a three-day program packed with panel presentations, poster sessions, educational symposia and workshops, this is the leading global conference for health economics and outcomes research.
Fast and furious: What will the fast tracking of approvals for key drugs mean for China's pharma market?
China has long been a magnet for pharmaceutical multinationals looking to offset flattening growth in established markets
It offers rapid economic development, a population of around 1.4 billion with limited access to cutting-edge medicine, and changing lifestyles that have raised health expectations. Expanded access to state-funded healthcare, population aging and a growing burden of chronic disease are creating new opportunities for innovative drugs alongside low-cost generics.
Andrew Stokes promoted to Senior Director
We are delighted to announce the promotion of Andrew Stokes to Senior Director in our UK headquarters.
Andrew has 18 years of healthcare market research experience and joined Research Partnership as a graduate in 2001. Over the years he has made a significant contribution to the success of the company, both from a research perspective and in terms of providing management and leadership support.
Singapore team’s annual volunteer day
This year, volunteers from our Singapore office are collaborating with local charity, Willing Hearts.
Willing Hearts operates a soup kitchen that prepares, cooks and distributes 5,000 meals 365 days a year. Beneficiaries include the elderly, the disabled, low-income families, and migrant workers in Singapore.On 28th June, volunteers will be starting at the crack of dawn (5am!) as soon as the kitchen doors open, with everyone assigned to various stations throughout the day.
What to consider when conducting pricing research
Tom Nolte, Director of Business Analytics and Boon Yap, Associate Consultant discuss how to use qualitative research and integrated modelling to optimise price and inform demand forecasts.