What is syndicated research?
A research study which is conducted and funded by MedixGlobal but not for any specific client is called a syndicated research. The result of such research is often provided in the form of reports, presentations, raw data and is made available in open market for our partners. The cost of syndicated research reports varies from field of the study and number of particiapants. But one thing is certain that syndicated reports are much cheaper compared to primary market research. On an average they are almost 10 times cheaper than custom market research studies of the same scope.
Why syndicated research?
Syndicated research reports should be used during exploratory research process to gain more information about healthcare market, pharmaceutical industry at a lesser cost and in shorter time span. We often provide customization services too based on the client demands. This can really help our partners to get insightful information about formulary, unmet need assessment, assessing knowledge and attitude and market assessment. In short when clients are building their knowledge base about a business/research problem and don’t want to spend huge amount or have very less time we recommend to use syndicated research reports.
MedixGlobal syndicated reports
We have a collection of 300 syndicated reports available to our partners. Which enables our partners to compare the pharmaceutical products (e.g. XGEVA vs. Thalidomide, Velcade, Remicade).
Research solutions: Branding, formulary, unmet need assessment, assessing knowledge and attitude, ad testing, brochure evaluation/ message testing, market assessment, market sizing and program evaluation.
Fields of studies: Diabetology, Immunology, Rheumatology, Dermatology, Biosimilars, Cardiology, Dermatology, Endocrinology, Oncology, Neurology, Psychiatry, Pulmonology and many more.
General Practitioners/Primary Care Physicians
Retail and Hospital Pharmacists
Payors (e.g. CCG Board Members in the UK )
Key opinion leaders
Pharmaceutical market research
Observational studies (cross-sectional studies)
Cohort and case-control studies
Randomized controlled trials
Face to face interview