Tufts CSDD Outlook
Tufts CSDD’s Outlook, published each January, highlights near-term pharmaceutical and biopharmaceutical development trends. Data and analyses contained in Tufts CSDD’s Outlook are based on proprietary research conducted by the Tufts CSDD staff, and include insights into current industry, regulatory, and policy trends. Tufts CSDD's Outlook is complimentary to Tufts CSDD Impact Report subscribers.
Here are the highlights of Tufts CSDD's Outlook 2013…
R&D Trends: Facing rising R&D costs, high attrition rates, and stagnant output, drug companies will seek more integrated partnering agreements with academic centers, CROs, patient groups, and other stakeholders - to boost discovery and speed development of new compounds.
Regulatory Environment: Regulatory agencies, particularly in the U.S. and Europe, responding to growing pressures to approve breakthrough drugs more quickly, will increasingly rely on new analytical and information tools to streamline the approval process.
Biotechnology Sector Trends: The continually and rapidly evolving biotech sector will seek more creative funding strategies from a widening range of partners while working closely with regulators on preclinical programs.
Prescription Drug Policy: Prescription drug policy will be shaped by global concerns to a greater degree than ever before, with international coordination growing in relation to the development of personalized medicines as well as drugs for neglected diseases.
R&D Management and Operations: Greater integration and risk sharing with contract service providers, combined with new approaches to optimizing protocol designs and simplifying global clinical trial activity, are key strategies drug developers will use to drive efficiency, lower cost, and improve performance.
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