Six Questions For McKinsey Executives On Pharma’s Digital Experience
McKinsey & Co executives Vikas Bhadoria and Parag Patel, in an interview with Scrip, shared some key insights into pharma’s recent efforts around digitization and advanced analytics including the emergence of a Bayer site as a manufacturing ‘lighthouse’, Novartis’ Nerve Live platform and sales rep versus digital channel effectiveness.
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