Has your organization experienced any of the following:
- Limitations on financial resources (e.g., raising capital)
- Hiring Freezes
- Potential for acquiring or in anticipation of being acquired
- Pipeline Uncertainty
- Feedback from the FDA that results in urgent but temporary business need (e.g., request for more data, safety concerns [Dr. Doctor letters])
- The need to provide “bed-side” educational support to optimize clinical outcome (e.g., avoid unnecessary side effects or reduced patient compliance)
At the same time, does the organization still need to:
- Engage with KOLs
- Engage and support clinical trial sites to drive patient identification or spur enrollment
- Communicate complex science and data
- Interact with key decision makers such as Payers to optimize the value proposition of a compound
- Support compliantly key internal stakeholders such as Commercial, Clinical Development and Patient Advocacy programs
If you answer “yes” to any of these, Contractor MSLs may be exactly the solution your organization needs while it works through some of the issues outlined above.
Benefits of Contract MSLs:
- Allows your organization to be nimble in uncertain times.
- Reduces expenses and obligations (no payroll, tax liabilities, withholdings, equity or severance)
– Flexibility to increase or decrease resource as needed without laying off employees
– Reduces need for internal staff such as MSL Management or Operations
– Allows a company to “try before you buy” opportunity to find the right fit for their organization
- Our leadership team possess over 75 years of combined Medical Affairs experience and has personally hired, deployed, trained and managed hundreds of MSLs
- Our experienced pool of MSLs will be recruiting and hired specific to your needs within 8 weeks
- They will be trained by our managers and trainers so their onboarding is as short as possible, allowing you to quickly begin utilizing their skills to meet your needs.
Contract MSLs offer decreased risk, decreased cost, and increased flexibility while allowing an organization to respond to changes in workload, priorities, and overall business strategy. This approach is a highly attractive solution all Medical Affairs leaders should consider.