Digital Health: Does Pharma Need To Change Its Business Model To Make It Work?
This article was originally published in Scrip
By 2020, pharmaceutical business models will be turned on their head because of digital health, according to a new report by the management consultancy firm Arthur D. Little (ADL).
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