CHAPEL HILL, N.C., Sept. 13, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Pharmaceutical Competitive Intelligence functions look to internal colleagues and departments to unearth critical insights. Internal groups most often receiving the highest value ratings as information sources are Medical Affairs and Medical Science Liaisons.
More than 80 percent of companies currently reach out to Medical Affairs for valuable competitive intelligence. However, nearly one-third of companies do not tap their Medical Science Liaisons for information, according to "Best Practices in Competitive Intelligence: Policies & Guidelines that Reduce Corporate Risks," a primary research study conducted by Best Practices, LLC.
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