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September, 2016


For Immediate Release
Date: September 12, 2016 
Media Contact: Stacey Pollock
949-242-1035 or [email protected]


YARDLEY, P.A., September 12, 2016/PRNewswire/— Health Strategies Group, the leader in market access intelligence and research for pharmaceutical and biotech professionals for over 20 years, has announced the launch of its new research, Market Access Customer Relationships, focused on benchmarking your team’s performance against competitors on the competencies and attributes that lead to stronger customer relationships.

“As our clients’ world is changing faster than ever, being brand driven to sell product is not enough,“ stated Rod Cavin, Managing Director, Health Strategies Group. “Building stronger customer relationships to ensure a more consistent and effective implementation of customer strategies is a win against the competition.”

Market Access Customer Relationships is available through our PerformanceEdgeTM series of research, and is available in two channels: Managed Care Organizations and Integrated Delivery Network.

Questions Answered:

  • How do pharmacy and medical directors characterize their relationships with your team vs. competitors?
  • Which company competencies and account manager attributes will help you strengthen your relationships in the future?
  • What are your strengths, weaknesses and opportunities for improvement?


For more information about our Market Access Customer Relationships research visit www.healthstrategies.com, or contact Health Strategies Group at (949) 242-1035 or at [email protected].


About Health Strategies Group:
Health Strategies Group offers a dedicated team of research leaders committed to dissecting the trends, identifying customer needs, and pinpointing the barriers and opportunities for pharma within the evolving healthcare environment. Recently, Health Strategies Group was ranked the No. 1 market research company that pharmaceutical and biotech executives would recommend. For more information, visit the company’s Web site at www.HealthStrategies.com.





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