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The COVID-19 (coronavirus) outbreak continues to grow worldwide – recently declared by the World Health Organization as a global pandemic – with widespread personal, medical, and business implications.
In this Coronavirus Special Edition Series, we’ve talked a lot about the clinical implications of the COVID-19 pandemic.
With an increasing number of coronavirus cases popping up around the world, countries are taking action by leveraging innovative health tech to protect the safety of the public without compromising the care they need.
In this episode of our Coronavirus Special Edition Series, Syneos Health CEO Alistair Macdonald discusses the unique decisions to be made as a pharmaceutical organization practicing corporate responsibility in the name of public health.
In this episode in our Coronavirus Special Edition Series, Jodi Scarbrough, Director of Custom Research at Syneos Health, discusses the impact of the COVID-19 on the adoption of telemedicine and teledetailing, and how these platforms might play out post-pandemic.
The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) has selected the Fors Marsh Group to handle the new $250 million coronavirus campaign.
Over the course of the COVID-19 pandemic, information has varied around whether or not – and how severely – children are affected by the virus.
For four years, scientists at MIGAL, the Galilee Research Institute, had been working on a COVID-19 vaccine without knowing it.
One major development is the drop in number of social-media conversations about coronavirus.
With the dramatic impact that COVID 19 has had on work, school, social engagements, and overall life as we know it, one would think that people would be anxious to be vaccinated.
An insightful PMLive article by Yvonne Ash (VP Learning Solutions) focusing on the evolving role of learning and development, and how to prepare for a new digital age in pharma.
Novo Nordisk’s new diabetes drug seemed all set for launch in early 2020, a time nobody could plan for.
COVID-19 has accelerated the rate at which we’re seeing change happening around us.
Is Your Mask Up to the Task? | Blog
Deciding when, where, and what mask to wear has been a large topic of discussion as we re-enter into the “New Normal.”
Best practices for avoiding the novel corona virus are fairly well publicized, but for people who have contracted COVID-19 guidance can be harder to come by.
As you may have read, the Biden administration announced last week that it will support a proposal to temporarily waive certain intellectual property (IP) protections for COVID-19 vaccines and therapies.
Understanding the impact that telemedicine has had on HCP behaviors including prescribing in the changing COVID-19 landscape.
To help Syneos Health public relations agencies and clients navigate the media relations landscape during the pandemic, we conducted a survey in which we asked journalists to share insights on their coverage of health, medical and pharma/biotech industry topics.
Trends Update: Healthcare In the 2020 That No One Saw Coming | Perspectives
Our 10th annual trends report came out just over six months ago— in what may now feel like a distant world.
The way we think about and celebrate summer has dramatically changed since this time last year.
You might want to think twice about ignoring that call from a random number.
COVID-19 treatment regimens are underscoring the threat of antimicrobial resistance, which threatens to kill as many as 20 million people per year by 2050.
As the pandemic surged, New York City’s Mt.
How COVID-19 and 3 other barriers will transform healthcare over the next few years.
COVID-19 has changed the way we think, live, and work.
Leading Through Uncertainty Amidst the Global Pandemic | Perspectives
Communities across the world are facing unprecedented times with a global pandemic affecting over 100+ countries.
With about 700 million COVID-19 vaccine doses administered across the globe, the return to (relative) normalcy, in many parts of the world, is starting to feel closer and closer.
The COVID-19 guidelines released by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) in May, proclaiming that vaccinated people no longer needed to wear masks indoors, spurred widespread joy, seeming to herald the beginning of the end of times unprecedented.
With the devastating rise of the Delta variant, we’re now seeing news reminiscent of the early days of the pandemic: Hospitals are reaching capacity, with 1 in 5 ICUs having at least 95% of their beds filled.
Payer Priorities in a Pandemic | In The Media
What are payers focused on during the COVID-19 pandemic?