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RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, NC--(Marketwired - August 03, 2016) - The largest portion of global pharmaceutical organizations' drug safety budgets is allocated to case management, according to new survey data published by Cutting Edge Information.
Surveyed global teams dedicate an average 10% more budget to case management than surveyed country-level teams. This is not the case for all drug safety activities. For instance, global teams typically only spend 2.3% of their total budgets on regulatory submissions, while country-level teams spend an estimated 13.3% of their overall budgets on this same activity.
According to the study, Pharmacovigilance: Balance Signal Detection and Case Management Responsibilities with Emerging Drug Safety Regulations
, surveyed global drug safety teams allocate 11% of their overall budgets to pharmacovigilance training. At the same time, country-level drug safety teams use slight more than 2% of their budgets for training activities. Global teams also spend much more on safety and technology services than country-level teams do.
The study also found that surveyed global teams allocate nearly twice the percentage of resources to these activities than surveyed country-level teams do. Other activities that require much less spending for global and country-level teams include:
"Global and country-level teams have notable discrepancies in their drug safety budget allocations, said Sarah Ray, senior research analyst at Cutting Edge Information. "Individual teams also differ in how they structure their budgets. For example, safety and technology can be a substantial expenditure for certain teams."
Global pharmaceutical organizations, as a whole, still allocate the largest percentages of their budgets to case management. Most surveyed global teams have overall increases in drug safety budget between 2014 and 2016. For pharmacovigilance responsibilities, costs for specific activities vary widely by team region, company size and individual situation.
Pharmacovigilance: Balance Signal Detection and Case Management Responsibilities with Emerging Drug Safety Regulations,
available at http://www.cuttingedgeinfo.com/research/clinical-development/driving-pharmacovigilance-success/, uncovers best practices and benchmarks associated with drug safety. The report's data were compiled from global and country-level teams for large and small pharma and biotech companies, as well as medical device companies. The report is designed to help drug safety executives in the following ways:
For more information about Cutting Edge Information and its drug safety benchmarking data, visit www.cuttingedgeinfo.com.
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