Decision Resources' Brand Perception Series: Physician Segmentation Uncovers Targeted Opportunities for Marketed Drug Brands and Emerging Agents With Physician Segmentation Analysis
"As drug markets become saturated with brand and generic competition, it is increasingly challenging for drug marketers to formulate effective product differentiation and positioning strategies," said Decision Resources Director Nicole Westphal, Ph.D. "With Brand Perception Series: Physician Segmentation, Decision Resources identifies key segments of physicians, characterizes the segments based on demographic and behavioral variables and explores the reasons behind segments' current and emerging product perceptions to help biopharmaceutical teams build product strategies that will resonate with high-opportunity prescribers."
Four Reports Now Available
Four new reports for 2010 are now available, including:
Each report includes an analysis of physician segments based on their drivers of brand choice, along with a segment-by-segment look at both perception of currently marketed therapies and drivers of emerging therapy use.
In 2010, additional reports from Brand Perception Series: Physician Segmentation will include:
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-- Brand Perceptions Series: Physician Segmentation in Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease which finds that efficacy in alleviating symptoms, improving breathing and frequency of exacerbations are key drivers of brand choice across all physician segments. -- Brand Perception Series: Physician Segmentation in Major Depressive Disorder which finds that when prescribing drugs for depressed patients, safety-minded physicians in independent practices may sacrifice efficacy and/or cost for safety. -- Brand Perception Series: Physician Segmentation in Parkinson's Disease which finds that Teva/Lundbeck's Azilect is neurologists' top overall agent for the treatment of Parkinson's disease, based primarily on their favorable perception of the brand's disease modifying/neuroprotective effect. -- Brand Perception Series: Physician Segmentation in Rheumatoid Arthritis which finds that physicians perceive that different brands within the TNF-alpha inhibitor drug class have distinct strengths and weaknesses, despite clinical data suggesting that agents in this class have similar efficacy to each other.
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