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The challenge of compliance in life sciences: Moving from cost to value

by Karen Taylor, Research Director, UK Centre for Health Solutions, Deloitte Services LP

The UK Centre for Health Solutions launched its report The challenge of compliance in life sciences: moving from cost to value at the Financial Times Global Pharmaceutical and Biotechnology Conference in association with Deloitte. The report, which is based on interviews conducted with senior compliance leaders in 11 major life sciences companies and Deloitte’s experience working with the industry,

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Managing talent in a post-M&A world

by Elaine Loo & Heiko Dorenwendt, Deloitte Consulting LLP

If it isn’t broken, don’t fix it. Or so the old saying goes.

In the break-neck world of mergers, acquisitions, and consolidations in life sciences and health care, businesses are often bought or absorbed not because they are broken but because they are thriving and leaving their mark in a key targeted segment of the marketplace.

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Picking the right recipe for cHealth

by Harry Greenspun, MD, Director, Deloitte Center for Health Solutions, Deloitte Services LP

My mother-in-law is awesome (I’ve had a few, so I feel qualified to judge). One of the things we share is a love of cooking. Sandy makes incredible, elaborate meals that delight our entire extended family, from babies to seniors.

My approach, by contrast, is a bit different. I have enjoyed cooking all my life,

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Taking a scalpel to global drug access and affordability

by Pete Mooney, Managing Director, Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Limited

While the infectious disease burden is still a pressing issue around the world, many regions are also facing an explosion of the same chronic and lifestyle diseases that are impacting the developed world. Programs like the U.S. President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) have enabled great strides against diseases like HIV/AIDS, for example. But sadly,

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