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The Syneos Health Podcast Series dissects some of the most complex issues biopharma leaders are facing today. Our clinical and commercial experts provide time-tested solutions, as well as perspectives on the news of the day. Hosted by Jeff Stewart, a long-time industry consultant who has advised biopharma leaders on licensing, mergers and acquisitions, pricing and market access, commercialization and go-to-market strategies, each episode explores the challenges and considerations involved with bringing biopharmaceuticals to the market.
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Global Pharma

Global Pharma

2020-10-2115:32

It may sound obvious that pharmaceutical companies operate according to the unique set of regulations, healthcare environments, market conditions, and cultures of the regions in which they operate, but what do such differences reveal about the industry as a whole? In this episode, Sabine Dettwiler, Managing Director, Commercial Advisory Group at Syneos Health Consulting, shares some learnings from her experience in the U.S., Asia, and Europe – comparing and contrasting the pharmaceutical landscape across all three, including the challenges of clinical trial diversity, cultural barriers, and the differing values and priorities of healthcare providers.For a deeper dive into our perspective on trends in the oncology landscape in China, listen to this podcast episode.If you want access to more future-focused, actionable insights to help biopharmaceutical companies better execute and succeed in a constantly evolving environment, visit the Syneos Health Insights Hub. The perspectives you’ll find there are driven by dynamic research and crafted by subject matter experts focused on real answers to help guide decision making and investment. You can find it all at insightshub.health.Like what you’re hearing?  Be sure to rate and review us!  We want to hear from you!  If there’s a topic you’d like us to cover on a future episode, contact us at podcast@syneoshealth.com. 
In the past decade, Japan’s biotech and pharmaceutical industries have expanded into global markets, and continue to evolve in light of recent regulatory changes and challenges.Stephane Gouteux, Vice President and General Manager of Japan Clinical Solutions at Syneos Health, discusses overall healthcare trends and pharmaceutical trends in Japan, and also explores the opportunities available for major market players, including contract research organizations (CROs).For a deeper dive into our perspective on the changing immune-oncology landscape in APAC, read this report.If you want access to more future-focused, actionable insights to help biopharmaceutical companies better execute and succeed in a constantly evolving environment, visit the Syneos Health Insights Hub. The perspectives you’ll find there are driven by dynamic research and crafted by subject matter experts focused on real answers to help guide decision making and investment. You can find it all at insightshub.health.Like what you’re hearing?  Be sure to rate and review us!  We want to hear from you!  If there’s a topic you’d like us to cover on a future episode, contact us at podcast@syneoshealth.com. 
Learning Agility

Learning Agility

2020-09-0220:41

The COVID-19 pandemic has forced companies to adapt in unprecedented ways. More than ever, learning agility – the desire, capability, and skillset that allow people to navigate change and uncertainty – has become critical to organizational success and can lead to new opportunities. In this episode, Syneos Health® experts, Karen White, Vice President of Human Resources and Kiely Flanigan, Director of Global Medical Affairs from our consulting team, discuss why learning agility matters and how it can add value to business areas across the pharmaceutical industry, from global drug launches to the increasing number of rare disease therapies. For a deeper dive into our perspective on how businesses have adapted during COVID-19, read this report. Be sure to check out our recent article on learning agility  and listen to the rest of our Medical Affairs podcast series episodes: Medical Affairs from ZeroMA “Squared”: Medical Affairs Meets Market AccessMedical Affairs Series, Part One – A Foundation for Medical AffairsMedical Affairs Series, Part Two – Measuring the Unmeasurable: Medical Affairs MetricsMedical Affairs Series, Part Three – Moving to the LeftMedical Affairs Series, Part Four – Medical Affairs in the FieldMedical Affairs Series, Part Five – Medical Affairs in the Early StageMedical Affairs Part 6: Commercial + Medical AffairsIf you want access to more future-focused, actionable insights to help biopharmaceutical companies better execute and succeed in a constantly evolving environment, visit the Syneos Health Insights Hub. The perspectives you’ll find there are driven by dynamic research and crafted by subject matter experts focused on real answers to help guide decision making and investment. You can find it all at insightshub.health.Like what you’re hearing?  Be sure to rate and review us!  We want to hear from you!  If there’s a topic you’d like us to cover on a future episode, contact us at podcast@syneoshealth.com.   
China vs. Cancer

China vs. Cancer

2020-08-2614:39

Within the last two years, the regulatory environment has evolved dramatically in China, allowing clinical trials to get off the ground faster and providing greater opportunity for drug development in the region.  Syneos Health® experts Patrick Nealon, Executive Vice President and Head of the Oncology Business Unit, and Nick Kenny, Chief Scientific Officer, discuss the extraordinary pace of investment and innovation in cancer drug development in China, the risks and challenges that arise from scaling clinical operations in the country’s untapped market, and the impact that such changes will have on U.S. pharma.  For a deeper dive into our perspective on the changing immune-oncology landscape in APAC, read this report.If you want access to more future-focused, actionable insights to help biopharmaceutical companies better execute and succeed in a constantly evolving environment, visit the Syneos Health Insights Hub. The perspectives you’ll find there are driven by dynamic research and crafted by subject matter experts focused on real answers to help guide decision making and investment. You can find it all at insightshub.health.Like what you’re hearing?  Be sure to rate and review us!  We want to hear from you!  If there’s a topic you’d like us to cover on a future episode, contact us at podcast@syneoshealth.com. 
In an industry where time is money, rapid startup in early phase clinical trials – where patients receive a drug for the first time – is critical.  But what does rapid mean, exactly, and why is it so important?David Wyatt, MD, Vice President, Medical Affairs at Syneos Health discusses rapid early phase startup, explaining the advantages and complications that can arise, as well as the requirements for its success.If you want access to more future-focused, actionable insights to help biopharmaceutical companies better execute and succeed in a constantly evolving environment, visit the Syneos Health Insights Hub. The perspectives you’ll find there are driven by dynamic research and crafted by subject matter experts focused on real answers to help guide decision making and investment. You can find it all at insightshub.health.Like what you’re hearing?  Be sure to rate and review us!  We want to hear from you!  If there’s a topic you’d like us to cover on a future episode, contact us at podcast@syneoshealth.com. 
Payer Power, Part 3

Payer Power, Part 3

2020-07-1517:43

The entirety of the US healthcare system was reformed with the advent of Obamacare in 2009 – and we’re still feeling the aftershocks over a decade later.So says Keith Kelly, Senior Managing Director, Value, Access and HEOR at Syneos Health Consulting, who returns to the Syneos Health Podcast to continue the discussion on the trajectory of payer influence in the healthcare marketplace.  Listen to our previous episodes in the series, Payer Power and Payer Power, Part 2, to get the full story. And for additional market access-focused content, check out these recent publications:The Great Benefits Migration of 2020Demonstrating Value in the Real WorldNon-Personal Promotion: What Do Payers Want?If you want access to more future-focused, actionable insights to help biopharmaceutical companies better execute and succeed in a constantly evolving environment, visit the Syneos Health Insights Hub. The perspectives you’ll find there are driven by dynamic research and crafted by subject matter experts focused on real answers to help guide decision making and investment. You can find it all at insightshub.health.Like what you’re hearing?  Be sure to rate and review us!  We want to hear from you!  If there’s a topic you’d like us to cover on a future episode, contact us at podcast@syneoshealth.com. 
Over the course of the COVID-19 pandemic, information has varied around whether or not – and how severely – children are affected by the virus. In this episode for our Coronavirus Special Edition Series, Pierre Omnes, Executive Director, SSU and Regulatory and Alex Cvetkovich Muntañola, MD, Executive Director, Clinical Development at Syneos Health, share what we’ve learned so far about the impact of COVID-19 on children’s health, and how approaches to clinical trials for this specific population have been altered.Stay tuned for more installments of the Coronavirus Special Edition Series, which explores, from an operational standpoint, the impact of COVID-19 on the biopharma industry, the challenges for rapid R&D in an outbreak environment, and the opportunities to leverage technology and innovation to address these critical issues. Additional materials and insights can also be found in our COVID-19 Resource Center.If you want access to more future-focused, actionable insights to help biopharmaceutical companies better execute and succeed in a constantly evolving environment, visit the Syneos Health Insights Hub. The perspectives you’ll find there are driven by dynamic research and crafted by subject matter experts focused on real answers to help guide decision making and investment. You can find it all at insightshub.health.Like what you’re hearing?  Be sure to rate and review us!  We want to hear from you!  If there’s a topic you’d like us to cover on a future episode, contact us at podcast@syneoshealth.com. * This episode was recorded on 5/18/2020.
The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted drug development, and rare disease drug development in particular – and the industry in general grapples with challenges in this new clinical trial environment. In this episode for our Coronavirus Special Edition Series, Zizi Imatorbhebhe, Global Lead of Rare Disease Clinical Development at Syneos Health, discusses the numerous challenges involved in rare disease drug development and how the pandemic has heightened the need to adapt innovations and strategic considerations to accelerate development.  To read more about rare disease clinical trials in the age of COVID-19, download our white paper.Stay tuned for more installments of the Coronavirus Special Edition Series, which explores, from an operational standpoint, the impact of COVID-19 on the biopharma industry, the challenges for rapid R&D in an outbreak environment, and the opportunities to leverage technology and innovation to address these critical issues. Additional materials and insights can also be found in our COVID-19 Resource Center.If you want access to more future-focused, actionable insights to help biopharmaceutical companies better execute and succeed in a constantly evolving environment, visit the Syneos Health Insights Hub. The perspectives you’ll find there are driven by dynamic research and crafted by subject matter experts focused on real answers to help guide decision making and investment. You can find it all at insightshub.health.Like what you’re hearing?  Be sure to rate and review us!  We want to hear from you!  If there’s a topic you’d like us to cover on a future episode, contact us at podcast@syneoshealth.com. * This episode was recorded on 5/6/2020.
In this episode of our Biopharma Innovators Series in partnership with NewYorkBIO, we feature an influencer who is passionate about community engagement, and patient education and empowerment.Irfan Khan, MD, CEO of Circuit Clinical, discusses the challenges for patients and physicians in navigating the current clinical trial system and how consumer-related technology platforms could potentially bring clinical trials more easily to the masses.Stay tuned for more of our weekly Biopharma Innovators Series, where you’ll hear New York-based industry experts on a wide range of important issues, from helping patients navigate clinical trials, to real world evidence and value for innovation, to bringing lower priced drugs to market, and more. And to catch some of these experts live and in person, be sure to register for the rescheduled 2020 Annual Meeting on September 14th!If you want access to more future-focused, actionable insights to help biopharmaceutical companies better execute and succeed in a constantly evolving environment, visit the Syneos Health Insights Hub. The perspectives you’ll find there are driven by dynamic research and crafted by subject matter experts focused on real answers to help guide decision making and investment. You can find it all at insightshub.health.Like what you’re hearing?  Be sure to rate and review us!  We want to hear from you!  If there’s a topic you’d like us to cover on a future episode, contact us at podcast@syneoshealth.com. 
In this episode in our Biopharma Innovators Series in partnership with NewYorkBIO, we feature a leader in the field of real world data and outcomes research.Marc Berger, MD, Head of the Real World Evidence Product Advisory Board for SHYFT Analytics and former Vice President of Real World Data and Analytics at Pfizer, discusses the double-edged sword inherent in the veritable mountain of data available to us, from issues of privacy and accessibility of data to how companies can query this data in order to efficiently and effectively glean the insights they need.Stay tuned for more of our weekly Biopharma Innovators Series, where you’ll hear New York-based industry experts on a wide range of important issues, from helping patients navigate clinical trials, to real world evidence and value for innovation, to bringing lower priced drugs to market, and more. And to catch some of these experts live and in person, be sure to register for the rescheduled NewYorkBIO 2020 Annual Meeting on September 14th!If you want access to more future-focused, actionable insights to help biopharmaceutical companies better execute and succeed in a constantly evolving environment, visit the Syneos Health Insights Hub. The perspectives you’ll find there are driven by dynamic research and crafted by subject matter experts focused on real answers to help guide decision making and investment. You can find it all at insightshub.health.Like what you’re hearing?  Be sure to rate and review us!  We want to hear from you!  If there’s a topic you’d like us to cover on a future episode, contact us at podcast@syneoshealth.com. 
Continuing our Biopharma Innovators Series in partnership with NewYorkBIO, we welcome a recognized leader at the forefront of innovation in clinical research and medicine development.  Craig Lipset, former Head of Clinical Innovation at Pfizer, discusses where real world data (RWD) fits within the context of the clinical trial continuum, and innovative ways RWD can be used to drive better planned and executed studies as well as to drive greater efficiency.Stay tuned for more of our weekly Biopharma Innovators Series, where you’ll hear New York-based industry experts on a wide range of important issues, from helping patients navigate clinical trials, to real world evidence and value for innovation, to bringing lower priced drugs to market, and more. And to catch some of these experts live and in person, be sure to register for the rescheduled 2020 Annual Meeting on September 14th!If you want access to more future-focused, actionable insights to help biopharmaceutical companies better execute and succeed in a constantly evolving environment, visit the Syneos Health Insights Hub. The perspectives you’ll find there are driven by dynamic research and crafted by subject matter experts focused on real answers to help guide decision making and investment. You can find it all at insightshub.health.Like what you’re hearing?  Be sure to rate and review us!  We want to hear from you!  If there’s a topic you’d like us to cover on a future episode, contact us at podcast@syneoshealth.com. 
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, clinicians are learning more about the impact of the disease on the body, particularly in the lungs, and it’s shaping the way hospitals need to think about treating these patients – specifically with regard to what type of breath support to use.In this episode in our Coronavirus Special Edition Series, Dr. Bill Croft, Ed.D, Ph.D., RRT, RCP, Executive Director of the North Carolina Respiratory Care Board, discusses the unique physiology of the COVID-19 lung, the pros and cons of BiPAP versus mechanical ventilators, and a more refined, incremental treatment path for breath support in COVID-19 patients.For more on the use of invasive BiPAP as a potential alternative to mechanical ventilation, listen to our previous episode, Surviving the Ventilator Shortage. And to learn more about the Syneos Health Ventilator Initiative, visit www.COVID-biPAPinfo.com. Stay tuned for more installments of the Coronavirus Special Edition Series, which explores, from an operational standpoint, the impact of COVID-19 on the biopharma industry, the challenges for rapid R&D in an outbreak environment, and the opportunities to leverage technology and innovation to address these critical issues. Additional materials and insights can also be found in our COVID-19 Resource Center.If you want access to more future-focused, actionable insights to help biopharmaceutical companies better execute and succeed in a constantly evolving environment, visit the Syneos Health Insights Hub. The perspectives you’ll find there are driven by dynamic research and crafted by subject matter experts focused on real answers to help guide decision making and investment. You can find it all at insightshub.health.Like what you’re hearing?  Be sure to rate and review us!  We want to hear from you!  If there’s a topic you’d like us to cover on a future episode, contact us at podcast@syneoshealth.com. * This episode was recorded on 4/23/2020.
In the midst of a pandemic situation that requires social distancing measures to minimize personal contact, how are non-emergency physicians continuing to engage with their patients? Further, what are their expectations around pharmaceutical field representatives and how they need to receive important information on potential products for treating their patients? A recent survey of 263 US clinicians provides a glimpse into their perspective.In this episode in our Coronavirus Special Edition Series, Jodi Scarbrough, Director of Custom Research at Syneos Health, discusses the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the adoption of telemedicine and teledetailing, and how these platforms might play out in a post-pandemic environment.For more information, download the full report, COVID-19 Pandemic Fuels Surge in Telemedicine and Virtual Field Force Engagements.Stay tuned for more installments of the Coronavirus Special Edition Series, which will explore, from an operational standpoint, the impact of COVID-19 on the biopharma industry, the challenges for rapid R&D in an outbreak environment, and the opportunities to leverage technology and innovation to address these critical issues. Additional materials and insights can also be found in our COVID-19 Resource Center.If you want access to more future-focused, actionable insights to help biopharmaceutical companies better execute and succeed in a constantly evolving environment, visit the Syneos Health Insights Hub. The perspectives you’ll find there are driven by dynamic research and crafted by subject matter experts focused on real answers to help guide decision making and investment. You can find it all at insightshub.health.Like what you’re hearing?  Be sure to rate and review us!  We want to hear from you!  If there’s a topic you’d like us to cover on a future episode, contact us at podcast@syneoshealth.com. * This episode was recorded on 4/10/2020.
In this Coronavirus Special Edition Series, we’ve talked a lot about the clinical implications of the COVID-19 pandemic. But what is the impact on the commercial side? Specifically, how are payers – key players in getting patients access to therapies – continuing to conduct business, and how are current conditions   affecting priorities, if at all? Syneos Health advertising firm GSW conducted a survey to find out. In this episode in our Coronavirus Special Edition Series, Adrian Garcia, Senior Vice President, Head of Payer & Integrated Health and Katherine Seay, Executive Vice President, Managing Director, Managed Markets at GSW, discuss the impact of the pandemic on payers, important considerations for manufacturers in engaging with these organizations in this environment, and the potential impact on formulary decision-making going into 2021.For more information, download the full report, Payer Perspectives on Managing COVID-19. Stay tuned for more installments of the Coronavirus Special Edition Series, which will explore, from an operational standpoint, the impact of COVID-19 on the biopharma industry, the challenges for rapid R&D in an outbreak environment, and the opportunities to leverage technology and innovation to address these critical issues. Additional materials and insights can also be found in our COVID-19 Resource Center.If you want access to more future-focused, actionable insights to help biopharmaceutical companies better execute and succeed in a constantly evolving environment, visit the Syneos Health Insights Hub. The perspectives you’ll find there are driven by dynamic research and crafted by subject matter experts focused on real answers to help guide decision making and investment. You can find it all at insightshub.health.Like what you’re hearing?  Be sure to rate and review us!  We want to hear from you!  If there’s a topic you’d like us to cover on a future episode, contact us at podcast@syneoshealth.com. * This episode was recorded on 4/7/2020.
The COVID-19 pandemic is impacting clinical trials in many ways, not the least of which being the ability for sponsors to continue traditional oversight activities such as on-site clinical trial monitoring. The Association of Clinical Research Organizations (ACRO) has issued recommendations for clinical trial monitoring that will help maintain continuity in clinical trials wherever possible.In this episode in our Coronavirus Special Edition Series, Paul Colvin, President, Clinical Solutions and Nicole Stansbury, Vice President, Global Clinical Monitoring at Syneos Health, discuss the role of risk-based monitoring and  opportunities for remote options that can potentially ensure continuity, trial viability and data preservation through this pandemic and beyond.Read more about remote risk-based monitoring in action in this Clinical Leader article, and be sure to watch our webinar on implementing remote clinical trial monitoring.Stay tuned for more installments of the Coronavirus Special Edition Series, which will explore, from an operational standpoint, the impact of COVID-19 on the biopharma industry, the challenges for rapid R&D in an outbreak environment, and the opportunities to leverage technology and innovation to address these critical issues. Additional materials and insights can also be found in our COVID-19 Resource Center.If you want access to more future-focused, actionable insights to help biopharmaceutical companies better execute and succeed in a constantly evolving environment, visit the Syneos Health Insights Hub. The perspectives you’ll find there are driven by dynamic research and crafted by subject matter experts focused on real answers to help guide decision making and investment. You can find it all at insightshub.health.Like what you’re hearing?  Be sure to rate and review us!  We want to hear from you!  If there’s a topic you’d like us to cover on a future episode, contact us at podcast@syneoshealth.com. * This episode was recorded on 3/26/2020.
Ensuring the health and safety of the workforce – while maintaining business as usual – is a delicate balance in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic.  In this episode of our Coronavirus Special Edition Series, Syneos Health CEO Alistair Macdonald discusses the unique decisions to be made as a pharmaceutical organization practicing corporate responsibility in the name of public health.Stay tuned for more installments of the Coronavirus Special Edition Series, which will explore, from an operational standpoint, the impact of COVID-19 on the biopharma industry, the challenges for rapid R&D in an outbreak environment, and the opportunities to leverage technology and innovation to address these critical issues. Additional materials and insights can also be found in our COVID-19 Resource Center.If you want access to more future-focused, actionable insights to help biopharmaceutical companies better execute and succeed in a constantly evolving environment, visit the Syneos Health Insights Hub. The perspectives you’ll find there are driven by dynamic research and crafted by subject matter experts focused on real answers to help guide decision making and investment. You can find it all at insightshub.health.Like what you’re hearing?  Be sure to rate and review us!  We want to hear from you!  If there’s a topic you’d like us to cover on a future episode, contact us at podcast@syneoshealth.com. * This episode was recorded on 3/13/2020.
A critical shortage of mechanical ventilators is anticipated in many countries, including the United States, because of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. A potential emergency solution would be the use of bi-level positive airway pressure (BiPAP). BiPAP may be used in the hospital setting with appropriate precautions for intubated COVID-19 patients experiencing Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome (ARDS). Use of invasive BiPAP on an emergency basis may delay or obviate the need for mechanical ventilation in appropriate COVID-19 patients.In this episode for physicians on the front lines treating patients with COVID-19, Keith Robinson, MD, a critical care pulmonologist at Syneos Health, discusses how, when, and in which patients, the use of BiPAP can potentially be used in place of mechanical ventilators. For more information on this solution, download the full white paper. And to learn more about the Syneos Health Ventilator Initiative, visit www.COVID-BiPAPinfo.com.Stay tuned for more installments of the Coronavirus Special Edition Series, which will explore, from an operational standpoint, the impact of COVID-19 on the biopharma industry, the challenges for rapid R&D in an outbreak environment, and the opportunities to leverage technology and innovation to address these critical issues. Additional materials and insights can also be found in our COVID-19 Resource Center.If you want access to more future-focused, actionable insights to help biopharmaceutical companies better execute and succeed in a constantly evolving environment, visit the Syneos Health Insights Hub. The perspectives you’ll find there are driven by dynamic research and crafted by subject matter experts focused on real answers to help guide decision making and investment. You can find it all at insightshub.health.Like what you’re hearing? Be sure to rate and review us!  We want to hear from you! If there’s a topic you’d like us to cover on a future episode, contact us at podcast@syneoshealth.com. * This episode was recorded on 3/22/2020.
In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, late stage clinical trials are at risk of disruption as shelter-in-place and more restrictive lockdown requirements roll out across the globe. How can these trials continue if patients can’t get to the clinic?In this episode in our Coronavirus Special Edition Series, Lou Boccumini, head of the infectious disease team at Syneos Health, discusses ways that developers can maintain continuity of their clinical trials during a pandemic – and how to create resiliency in their clinical trials for the future.Stay tuned for more installments of the Coronavirus Special Edition Series, which will explore, from an operational standpoint, the impact of COVID-19 on the biopharma industry, the challenges for rapid R&D in an outbreak environment, and the opportunities to leverage technology and innovation to address these critical issues. Additional materials and insights can also be found in our COVID-19 Resource Center.If you want access to more future-focused, actionable insights to help biopharmaceutical companies better execute and succeed in a constantly evolving environment, visit the Syneos Health Insights Hub. The perspectives you’ll find there are driven by dynamic research and crafted by subject matter experts focused on real answers to help guide decision making and investment. You can find it all at insightshub.health.Like what you’re hearing?  Be sure to rate and review us!  We want to hear from you!  If there’s a topic you’d like us to cover on a future episode, contact us at podcast@syneoshealth.com. * This episode was recorded on 3/19/2020.
In the midst of a pandemic, industry is looking for ways to ensure continuity of clinical trials while keeping patients safe. Virtual approaches to clinical research leverage digital technologies to bring the study to the patient, and may be – in time – a viable option for limiting personal contact and possible spread of disease during outbreak situations.In the third episode in our Coronavirus Special Edition Series, David Thompson, Senior Vice President, Real World Evidence at Syneos Health discusses potential applications for virtual research in the real world, and the pros and cons of going virtual, offering a glimpse into the future of clinical research.  For more detail on the promise of virtual trials, read our latest paper “Virtual Research: What It Is and What It’s Doing in the Real-World Setting.”Stay tuned for more installments of the Coronavirus Special Edition Series, which will explore, from an operational standpoint, the impact of COVID-19 on the biopharma industry, the challenges for rapid R&D in an outbreak environment, and the opportunities to leverage technology and innovation to address these critical issues. Additional materials and insights can also be found in our COVID-19 Resource Center.If you want access to more future-focused, actionable insights to help biopharmaceutical companies better execute and succeed in a constantly evolving environment, visit the Syneos Health Insights Hub. The perspectives you’ll find there are driven by dynamic research and crafted by subject matter experts focused on real answers to help guide decision making and investment. You can find it all at insightshub.health.Like what you’re hearing?  Be sure to rate and review us!  We want to hear from you!  If there’s a topic you’d like us to cover on a future episode, contact us at podcast@syneoshealth.com. * This episode was recorded on 3/16/2020.
As COVID-19 continues to spread worldwide, increasingly strict measures are being put into place in an attempt to slow it down while the scientific community pushes to identify effective antiviral options. In the second episode of our Coronavirus Special Edition series, Syneos Health infectious disease experts Gino Girardi, MD and Jaime E. Hernandez, MD dig into the epidemiology of COVID-19, the experience gained from past pandemics (such as H1N1 or “swine flu”), impact on health systems, and the race to find a treatment.Stay tuned for more installments of the Coronavirus Special Edition Series, which will explore, from an operational standpoint, the impact of COVID-19 on the biopharma industry, the challenges for rapid R&D in an outbreak environment, and the opportunities to leverage technology and innovation to address these critical issues. Additional materials and insights can also be found in our COVID-19 Resource Center.If you want access to more future-focused, actionable insights to help biopharmaceutical companies better execute and succeed in a constantly evolving environment, visit the Syneos Health Insights Hub. The perspectives you’ll find there are driven by dynamic research and crafted by subject matter experts focused on real answers to help guide decision making and investment. You can find it all at insightshub.health.Like what you’re hearing?  Be sure to rate and review us!  We want to hear from you!  If there’s a topic you’d like us to cover on a future episode, contact us at podcast@syneoshealth.com. * This episode was recorded on 3/13/2020.
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