Emerging strategies

December 2006
Pharmaceutical Representative;Dec2006, Vol. 36 Issue 12, p36
The article presented the third part of a series which discusses emerging strategies that will respond to the evolving healthcare community in the U.S. To remain competitive, pharmaceutical companies decided to design value-added programs for customers and at the same time benefit sales representatives. The program involves the provision of expert medical information to customers.


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