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EVERSANA employs a team of over 1600 professionals across 27 locations around the world. From industry-leading patient service and adherence support to global pricing and revenue management, our team informs the strategies that matter the most to our clients and perform superior services that create value across the product life cycle.
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A Conversation with Pharmaceutical Commerce & Jim Lang, Chief Executive Officer, EVERSANA Not quite a year ago, an assemblage of pharma service providers came into being as EVERSANA. Funded by two private equity firms with a background in healthcare—Water Street Healthcare Partners and JLL Partners, there were six acquisitions at the time: Dohmen Life Science […]
Why Product Launches Can’t Be Distracted By Empty Promises. We can all agree that innovations in therapeutic development have advanced beyond traditional product launch strategies and service models. In every step of the product lifecycle, we see pockets of transformation. The problem is exactly that – “pockets” of transformation. Your product launch strategy has to […]
With more than 7,000 distinct types of rare and genetic diseases and 400+ million individuals suffering from a rare disease, regenerative medicine holds the hope for a cure – transforming healthcare by revolutionizing patient care from conventional treatment models to curative therapy models. With the advancement of new technologies coupled with the creation of new […]
EVERSANA presents at the 9th annual IM4US (Integrative Medicine for the Underserved) conference: Solidarity and Self Care – Supporting Social Justice and Balance in Integrative Care. The presentation, on Saturday, August 24 from 3:00-4:00pm, is titled, “Advancing Patient Outcomes for Economically Vulnerable Patients: Approaches and Learning from a Large Health Systems Program.” Authors include: Mike […]
Each year, Medical Marketing & Media compiles a list of the top 100 medical marketing agencies in North America. As MM&M Editor Stephen Madden shares at the opening of the July issue, “A typical issue of MM&M has 56 pages; with 244, this beast has almost five times as many.” From agencies A to Z, […]