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Category: Pharmaceuticals

Pharmaceuticals market research reports by First Research, Inc.

(22 reports matching your criteria)
  • Marijuana Stores

    ... The multibillion-dollar global industry is experiencing strong growth, though the newness of the market and variance in regulation across geographies creates major barriers to entry. The industry includes medical marijuana dispensaries and stores that sell ... Read More

  • Biotechnology Product Manufacturing

    ... Switzerland-based Roche), Gilead Sciences, and Monsanto, as well as CSL (Australia), Merck KGaA (Germany), Novo Nordisk (Denmark), and the biotech research arms of major international pharmaceutical companies such as Sanofi (France). COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE Biotech firms ... Read More

  • Vitamin, Nutritional Supplement & Other Health-Related Product Manufacturing

    ... Amway, Herbalife, Nature's Bounty, and USANA (based in the US), as well as Arkopharma (France), Nelsons (UK), Tongrentang (China), and divisions of companies such as Pfizer and Procter & Gamble. COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE Demand for vitamins ... Read More

  • Health Supplement Stores

    ... based in the US), along with Holland & Barrett (UK). COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE Health and nutrition trends, aging populations, and consumer spending drive demand. The profitability of individual companies depends on product innovation, effective merchandising, and ... Read More

  • OBGYNs

    ... Demand is driven by population growth and private insurance and government health care policies. In private practices, profitability depends on insurance participation and reimbursements, patient volume, and administrative efficiency. In hospitals and outpatient clinics, profitability ... Read More

  • Cardiologists

    ... private practices, health care organizations, and hospitals, as well as academic, government, or research institutions. Leading institutions for cardiology and heart surgery include The Cleveland Clinic and the Mayo Clinic, both based in the US, ... Read More

  • Optometrists

    ... Demand is driven by demographics. The aging of the US population increases demand for eye exams and glasses. Eye diseases such as cataracts and glaucoma, which are often diagnosed by an optometrist but treated by ... Read More

  • Kidney Dialysis Centers

    ... Medical Care and B Braun Melsungen. COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE Demand depends on the number of people who suffer from kidney disease. The profitability of individual companies is linked to efficient operations and good marketing. Large companies ... Read More

  • Pharmaceutical Manufacturing

    ... in the US), as well as AstraZeneca (UK), Bayer (Germany), GlaxoSmithKline (UK), Novartis (Switzerland), Roche Holding (Switzerland), and Sanofi (France). COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE Pharmaceutical manufacturers compete to discover and commercialize ever-more effective medicines. Companies focus on ... Read More

  • Anesthesiologists

    ... American Anesthesiology (a subsidiary of MEDNAX), Sheridan Healthcare (part of Envision Healthcare), and North American Partners in Anesthesia. COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE Demand for anesthesiology services is driven by surgery volumes, which are impacted by demographics and ... Read More

  • Mental Health & Substance Abuse Services

    ... include Acadia Healthcare, Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation, and Spectrum Health Systems (all based in the US), along with the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (Canada), and the Crossroads Centre (Antigua). COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE Demand for ... Read More

  • Pediatricians

    ... by demographics. The profitability of pediatrics practices depends on efficient operations and health care reimbursement rates. Large practices may be able to leverage the costs of administrative staff and equipment. Small or solo practices may ... Read More

  • Drug Wholesalers

    ... in the US), as well as Jointown Pharmaceutical (China), Medipal (Japan) and PHOENIX (Germany). COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE Demand for pharmaceutical distribution is driven by the need to treat illness and disease. The profitability of individual companies ... Read More

  • Dermatologists

    ... work in group practices or as solo practitioners; some work for hospitals, medical schools, or outpatient facilities. COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE Demand for dermatologists is driven by demographics and population growth. The profitability of dermatology practices depends ... Read More

  • Mental Health Professionals

    ... mental illnesses. Major companies include the mental health divisions of large hospital chains. COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE Demand is driven primarily by the number of patients requiring mental health services. Profitability depends on patients' ability to pay ... Read More

  • Marijuana Stores

    ... The multibillion-dollar global industry is experiencing strong growth, though the newness of the market and variance in regulation across geographies creates major barriers to entry. The industry includes medical marijuana dispensaries and stores that sell ... Read More

  • Marijuana Stores

    ... The multibillion-dollar global industry is experiencing strong growth, though the newness of the market and variance in regulation across geographies creates major barriers to entry. The industry includes medical marijuana dispensaries and stores that sell ... Read More

  • Pharmaceutical Manufacturing

    ... in the US), as well as AstraZeneca (UK), Bayer (Germany), GlaxoSmithKline (UK), Novartis (Switzerland), Roche Holding (Switzerland), and Sanofi (France). Annual worldwide revenue from pharmaceutical manufacturing is about $1 trillion and is expected to grow ... Read More

  • Chronic Lymphocytic Leukaemia: KOL Insight

    ... to previously underserved markets. Yet the arrival of AbbVie’s/Roche’s venetoclax looks to be a further game changer with its ability to induce complete remissions within a fixed treatment window. What impact will this new therapy ... Read More

  • Reshaping the Pharma Sales Force: A blueprint for contemporary sales and service models

    ... than simply putting an army of sales reps on the street and directing them to pursue prescribing physicians. But what is the new model? Reshaping the Pharma Sales Force: A blueprint for contemporary sales and ... Read More

  • Hepatitis C: KOL Insight

    ... since the introduction of Gilead’s Solvadi in 2014, and BMS Daklinza (daclatasvir), Abbvie’s Viekira Pak/Viekirax plus Exviera (paritaprevir/ombitasvir/dasabuvir) have extended therapy options. New broader acting dual and triple combinations providing high SVR and shorter duration ... Read More

  • Innovations in Medical Communications and Information

    ... which communications are really making a difference and how to assess them. Get an insider’s look at how your colleagues and competitors in pharma are using technology to meet communications challenges. Reasons to Purchase Answers ... Read More