The people you need to recruit for the “new normal”

June 4, 2020

Will it come down to company culture to master the crisis in Life Sciences?

May 6, 2020

Medtechs big challenge in recruiting

April 7, 2020

Berlin may no longer be “poor but sexy” but it’s still a place to be – especially when it comes to Life Sciences

March 12, 2020

Are Earlier Stage Pharma Companies Winning The War for Talent?

February 7, 2020

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January 29, 2019

The value of diversity has become almost a cliché – and for good reason. Yet there's still plenty of data that makes it clear we have a long way to go before the life sciences represent the population, on all levels: from board members to trial groups. The 2018 Life Sc...

November 27, 2018

Approaching the end of the year, it’s always a good moment to reflect and anticipate. What did 2018 give us in terms of HR trends in Life Science? What is important in regards to executive search and what will continue to be important in 2019? I’ve had a look at some n...

June 26, 2018

We all sometimes want to have a good look into the future to anticipate where the company needs to go. I always like to read hard numbers studies are crunching, especially when they help to predict what the future holds. I came across the EvaluatePharma® World Preview...

August 5, 2016

The UK national health service (NHS) is held in high regard by the public. Yet it is also overly bureaucratic, costs the taxpayer billions and is heading towards bankruptcy as a result of increasing demand and decreasing money. The NHS is facing the same pressures as a...

July 1, 2016

Interesting times are ahead of us in the Life Sciences. A lot of things have been said, a lot of trends tossed around, but when you want to prepare yourself for the upcoming changes, you really need to look deeper and concern yourself with how the Healthcare Value Chai...

May 4, 2016

The pharmaceutical industry is one of the largest suppliers of healthcare systems and solutions. A global industry, its core business is discovering, developing and selling commercialized drugs. However, drugs are only one part of treatment and there is recognition wit...

March 25, 2016

Imagine medical devices so intelligent they can run themselves. For example, a flying defibrillator embedded in a drone which saves lives by reaching cardiac patients within minutes of their rhythm monitoring device registering something is wrong – before an actual car...

March 10, 2016

The definition of health outcomes can be defined as results of care, which matter most to patients, e.g. quality of life. These outcomes should be organized around value. By value, we mean outcomes divided by cost. The goal is to achieve the best outcomes for the lowes...

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