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Pharmaceutical Advocacy & Lobbying

Pursue Optimal Outcomes on Key Federal & State Posted on: 22 May 06

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ExL Pharma is proud to present the inaugural Pharmaceutical Advocacy & Lobbying Forum, the leading event for government and public affairs professionals to address best practices to obtain optimal outcomes on key federal and state legislative issues impacting your company. According to in-depth research and feedback from industry executives, this event is a much needed resource for industry colleagues to meet, learn and network on lobbying and advocacy tactics to ensure the delivery of innovativ
Dear Colleague,

Within the dynamic political environment surrounding health policy, it is becoming more important for pharmaceutical, biotech, medical device and healthcare companies to play a larger role in state and federal government legislation in order to have an impact on issues and policies that may effect their organizations. Pharmaceutical and healthcare lobbying efforts topped $123 million in 2004 with an average increase of 10% each year. Almost every major pharmaceutical and healthcare company in the US has been growing their government relations and public affairs teams as a result. With the amount of time, energy, money and resources devoted to this area, there is stronger need for these organizations to establish best practices, form effective partnerships and learn new tactics to have an impact on legislation that is impacting their products and the industry as a whole.

ExL Pharma

Last updated on: 27/08/2010 11:40:18

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