Clinical site monitoring is among the most critical functions of a clinical trial.
Until quite recently, pharma companies and patients had few face-to-face interactions.
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There's no denying that the right pharma industry is a constantly changing, fluid environment and it's often difficult to find your rightful place within the industry.
HUB services have been around for about a decade now. In the past, pharma companies were beginning to recognize that there was more involved in bringing new drugs to the market than just getting the dosages into distribution channels.
In addition to more common concerns, pharma was experiencing more and more restrictions from payers. Particularly, from the Prior Authorization (PA) form. This was very time-consuming and had to be filled out ahead of time by the prescriber.
Therefore, the HUBs focused more on reimbursement and prescriber support. Initially run in-house, as the use of HUBs broadened "prescriber support" to "patient support," third-party HUB service providers began to enter the market.
To date, this vertical industry shows no sign of slowing growth.
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