Date
23rd September 2021

The challenge

A UK pharmaceutical company with a diverse portfolio of unpromoted brands, wanted to better understand the potential to improve the performance of 6 brands in their portfolio, worth approximately £10m/yr.

With limited focus on the brands for several years, and internal resources focused on other portfolio needs, the company needed a complete external review to determine the best next steps.

The solution

Over six weeks, CHASE carried out a detailed analysis for the company including;

  • Analysis of the relevant UK sales data and formulary statuses for the brands and competition
  • Reviews of the commercial agreements in place with retail pharmacy, dispensing doctors, primary care and hospitals
  • Assessments of the national, regional and local guidelines and guidance status of the brands
  • Identification and assessment of new clinical data for the brands and competition

The outcomes

The external review identified growth opportunities for four of the brands

  • Two brands required targeted customer promotion
  • Retail pharmacy rebates for one brand were too high, with a potential upside of ~£100k/yr
  • Hospital pharmacy engagement was required for one brand, where use vs. the main competitor did not reflect the brand’s 1st line formulary position
  • CHASE is now working with the client to renew promotion of one of the brands reviewed
A New Prescription For Primary Care Brands
Joint Working - A Global Collaboration
Outsourced Key Account Management Team – Speed and Impact
Building Effectiveness & Confidence in Remote Customer Engagement
An Introduction to Remote Customer Engagement
High Calibre Graduate Recruitment
Challenging Recruitment Assignment – Area Business Managers
CHASE Performance vs CSO Competition
Graduates - Reinvigorate Existing Sales Organisation
CHASE – Maintaining Momentum Through Loss of Exclusivity Whilst Retaining Talent
Nurse Recruitment Success Where Others Failed
Identifying Resource Needs and a Customer-facing Team Structure
CHASE’s Effectiveness vs an RPO Global Agreement
Graduates Can Make A Positive Impact
Supporting New UK Ventures in Rare Diseases
Supporting a Specialist Product Launch with Hassle-free Outsourcing
Flexible Resourcing – Fast Deployment
Market Access – Regional Account Directors and Key Account Managers Competitive Recruitment
Identifying and Supporting the Right Candidate
Market Access Managers & Key Account Managers - Oncology
Specialist Key Account Managers – Secondary Care
Clinical Trial – Respiratory (COPD)
Successful Market Access Team Build
Hot-Spot Team – High Quality Delivered Quickly
Introducing Future Talent
Assessing the Market Potential of a New Medicine
Feasibility Project- Asthma Randomised Clinical Trial
Remote Selling Induction Programme – Preparing for Hybrid Selling
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