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Hai Nguyen

Associate Principal


Data & Analytics, Market Research

Hai Nguyen is a Senior Consultant at EVERSANA MANAGEMENT CONSULTING with a background spanning life sciences, healthcare administration, and financial/economic consulting. Hai has vast experiences in conducting quantitative and qualitative primary market research, building complex models, and translating data analytics and business insights into actionable recommendations for clients.

At EVERSANA, she has served on a variety of projects across various therapeutic areas to support market opportunity assessment, market segmentation, pricing and market access, and other core commercial strategies for pharmaceutical and medical device clients. Hai holds a Master’s in Health Administration from Columbia University and a Bachelor’s degree in Economics from Reed College. She has special interests in topics related to health equity issues and business strategies to support access to healthcare for broader patient populations.

Articles by Hai Nguyen

Social Determinants of Health – What Pharma Can Do!

The US Department of Health and Human Services defines Social Determinants of Health (SDoH) as conditions in the places where people live, learn, work, and play that affect a wide range of health risks and outcomes.1 They can be grouped into five major categories: economic stability, education access and quality, healthcare access and quality, neighborhood […]

Rx-to-OTC Switch Tips: Identifying the Right Timing, Conditions, and Approach for Rx-to-OTC Conversion

Exploring the idea of converting a prescription (Rx) drug to an over-the-counter (OTC) product can be a useful part of life cycle management and loss of exclusivity planning. However, while an Rx-to-OTC switch could provide significant benefits to patients and a potential revenue source for drugs facing loss of exclusivity (LOE), manufacturers considering this strategy […]

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