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Using Device Strategy to Drive R&D Productivity

Biopharmaceutical companies face sustained pressure from all sides to develop better products at lower costs, delivering value to patients, payers and shareholders. Healthcare costs are rising globally at an unsustainable level, putting the entire healthcare delivery system under pricing pressure. Biopharmaceutical companies have become popular targets, evidenced by increasing scrutiny on prescription medicine prices, even though spending on medicine accounts for only about ~10% of overall spend.
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