This network will churn out a series of information products at different geographic levels, and also service the supply chain and internal sales compilation of several companies. Currently this is at manual data entry mode which will be shifted for the first time to electronic mode. Pharmaceutical Market Research is at a very nascent stage in India. Compared to developed countries, there is a huge gap in the product offering, and the quality of existing offerings is also mediocre. The entire challenge is in the unorganized sector.
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This network will churn out a series of information products at different geographic levels, and also service the supply chain and internal sales compilation of several companies. Currently this is at manual data entry mode which will be shifted for the first time to electronic mode. Pharmaceutical Market Research is at a very nascent stage in India.
Compared to developed countries, there is a huge gap in the product offering, and the quality of existing offerings is also mediocre. The entire challenge is in the unorganized sector. Headed by Mr. Shamsheer Shaikh and Mr.
Ameesh Masurekar. Dr Shaikh is a medical doctor - diabetologist with over 2 decades of experience in IT Healthcare solutions including Hospital Software products. The Electronic Data Exchange platform being established between companies, wholesalers and retailers is likely to give a series of benefits to all stakeholders in pharma sector.
The company is already in a operational phase with 2 of their products being subscribed by most of the top 20 companies in pharma sector. Though the valuation and size of investment is not disclosed, it is likely to be 2 crores - sweet spot for Mumbai Angels. Further, Mumbai Angels has taken 2 board seats in the company. Mr Ameesh, speaking at the occasion told us," Mumbai Angels with its network of members having deep association with several leading pharmaceutical companies offers a springboard for our company.
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Launches Campaign Track, that would provide real-time data, accurate and timely information and market specific analysis for Indian pharma companies. Online healthcare service provider, Medlife has joined hands with AIOCD AWACS, a pharmaceutical market research organisation to introduce Campaign Track — a unique product that would provide real-time data, accurate and timely information and market specific analysis for pharma companies in India. The product will be used by pharma companies to gather a comprehensive market linked data and help brand managers understand and analyse the healthcare ecosystem; thereby improve their sales and marketing efficiency. Being one of the largest online pharmacies and healthcare service provider in India, we not only wish to extend our offerings to our consumers and corporates but also make a wider impact by providing market related real-time data to pharmaceutical companies in the country. With Campaign Track, we aim to improve accuracy in information and reduce their turnaround time. The launch of Campaign Track is in line with our endeavour to constantly innovate and provide best in class support to the healthcare ecosystem. By bringing doctors, patients, laboratories and pharma companies under one roof, the company aims to provide a comprehensive healthcare ecosystem for timely diagnosis and effective treatment.
The ministry has forwarded a list of 55 drugs for ICU management of novel coronavirus patients and a list of another 96 drugs for general availability and treatment of various co-morbid conditions. The list was prepared following a detailed exercise undertaken by the Director General Health Services. Final bids are like Pharmacists in the country have decided to ration the sale of medicines to customers in a bid to curb panic buying and stave off a shortage in supplies. With units still limping back to normalcy across the country and inventory levels running low, there could be shortages ahead of certain essential medicines and devices, companies say. Mumbai-based drugmaker USV Pvt Ltd is in advanced discussions to acquire the trademark for antidiabetes drug Jalra from Novartis for a deal valued at more than Rs.