Editor's Desk: Intrigues de Palais

Can agencies prove that regulations no longer hinder Grand Prix-level branded work?

Pharmanormal activities

When Monique Levy, one of the most-level-headed analysts in the pharma industry, calls attention to a mysterious phenomenon, you listen.

Editor's Desk: And the researchers go wild

Apple's ResearchKit could accelerate the pace at which industry approaches start-ups building products in the patient-facing part of health tech

Editor's Desk—Pill+: Now I'm a Believer

If you look at this as simply a tool to drive your brand, you've missed the point

Editor's Desk: Trials and innovations

How should pharma organize around adjacencies to therapeutics?

Editor's Desk: Whither the fast followers?

Will DIY and the mHealth movement be the catalysts driving change?

Disruption on display

As these 40 standouts show, the industry is ready to move forward

Adherence is in the behavior

There needs to be a greater effort put into the issue of adherence. What can academia, providers, pharma and payers do to address this pressing need?

Marketing to Millennials

Gen Y wants companies to stand for "Important missions and values"

Down... but not out

Satisfaction levels among pharma-based respondents fell, but didn't exactly tank

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