CHAPEL HILL, N.C., June 11 /PRNewswire/ -- Sales leaders play a significant role in the success of managed care pull-throughinitiatives. For 42 percent of companies, field coordination and training is a top challenge for increasing pull-through.
Providing progress data as the initiative continues and making sure monthly reports get to the field are best practices
"You need someone driving, measuring and reporting the progress of pull-through initiatives," explains a managed care director and study participant. "When I've seen pull-through work, it was because the district sales manager took ownership."
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The full 85-page report contains more than 250 benchmark metrics and 40 best practices, providing account managers, sales leaders and brand executives a roadmap to identify and close performance gaps in their own pull-through organizations and to improve their processes, programs and activities.
Key topics of this primary research include:
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