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April 2005
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On the Calendar
On the Calendar April 17-19 Medical Manufacturing Summit The Homestead [...]
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For Art’s Sake
Each month, this department pays homage to memorable advertising and [...]
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PharmaTrax
Biotech Drugs Will Be Hard Hit By Benefit Management Biologicals, [...]
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Talent Pool
Pharma POOL Dr. Alan Colowick Threshold Pharmaceuticals Appoints Chief Medical [...]
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E-Media
Teranode Releases Life-Sciences R&D Platform, Pathway Analytics Solution Teranode Corp. [...]
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What’s New
Agency Veterans Launch Flashpoint Medica The agency’s mission is to [...]
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Letter from the Editor
Letter from the Editor The Art of Communicating The popular [...]
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Taren Grom, Editor

What’s on Your Mind — Opinions
Opinions Leadership Development In demanding times, leadership is a competitive [...]
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On The Cover

Who, What, Where, When, & How: Clinical Service Provider and Sponsor Partnerships
Who, What, Where, When, & How Clinical Service Provider and Sponsor Partnerships By Taren Grom The cost of drug development has soared in the past 10 years, which is why pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies are looking for new and smarter ways to conduct clinical research. Therefore, the question is not whether to outsource critical research [...]
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Taren Grom, Editor

Features

Chief Risk Officers: Time for a Seat at The Table
VIEW on risk management Chief Risk Officers Time for a Seat at the Table In the wake of year one Sarbanes-Oxley compliance for U.S. public companies, there are greater challenges and increased expectations in addressing enterprise risk. Yet, compliance is not a matter of completing a one-year project and going back to business as usual. [...]
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Adelene Perkins — People-Centric: Developing a Unified Vision
Early in her career, Adelene Perkins learned an important lesson about leadership: people work because they want to, not because they are told to. This truism has become a central plank of Ms. Perkins’ management style as she helps put together teams that will drive a company’s success. Central to her philosophy is to make [...]
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Technology’s Impact on Business Processes
Phil Garland It is not enough to simply implement technology. Companies are going to have to change the way they do business. Bill Stevens Technology is an enabling component of the entire business. If the people within the business do not have the right information to act on a daily basis then achieving the businesses [...]
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Denise Myshko

Medicare Part D: A Whole New Market
Medicare Part D: A Whole New Market By Kim Ribbink Marketers, manufacturers, health plans, and other stakeholders who will play a central role in the Medicare Modernization Act (MMA) are gearing up for implementation. And while there is widespread support for a change that will improve coverage to millions of seniors and disabled patients, there [...]
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Kim Ribbink

PharmaOutlet
Norman Goldfarb talks about how informed consent could coerce patients.
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