9th Annual Medical Affairs Executive Forum – 9th Annual Medical Affairs Executive Forum

Medical affairs teams are key to driving the implementation of medical and communication strategies for different products and providing the therapeutic and brand information to support market access.  Through the accurate dissemination of data, they help build transparent relationships and collaborate with different internal and external teams to bridge the gap between clinical, commercial and legal. Their role ensures that teams with different skill sets (manufacturing, quality, regulatory affairs, drug safety, R&D, sales and marketing) can operate cohesively while remaining compliant. The Medical Affairs Executive Forum addresses the way medical affairs departments are affected by the current pharmaceutical landscape, with a great focus on how medical affairs leadership can work directly with MSLs, payers, KOLs and guideline bodies not only to increase prescription rates but also guarantee that patients receive the best possible treatments.

Among many key topics, the 9th Medical Affairs Executive Forum addresses the importance of scientific communications for global and launch readiness commercialization, ways to optimize medical affairs’ role in drug development, how to maintain the integrity of medical affairs functions when facing increasing commercial pressures, efficient life cycle management to foster innovation, the use of big data and healthcare analytics to bring treatments to patients, and, more importantly, how to reinforce the value of medical affairs to senior management and other key stakeholders to drive communication and decision-making.

Who Should Attend

This conference is designed for representatives from pharmaceutical, biotechnology and medical device organizations with responsibilities in the following areas:

  • Medical Affairs/Field Medical Affairs
  • Medical Science and Field Medical Science
  • Clinical/Scientific Affairs
  • Medical Strategy/Communications
  • Key Opinion Leadership/Thought Leadership/Opinion Leader Relationships
  • Research and Development
  • Medical Education
  • Publication Planning
  • Scientific Communication
  • Program Management
  • Quality Assurance
  • Scientific Engagements
  • Medical Science Liaisons