What Is Working in IVD: Successful Commercialization of New Products and Technologies
For more than a decade, Kalorama Information has observed the successes and failures of the IVD market. You can tap into this knowledge with this authoritative guide.
As Kalorama Information has examined the markets for year, we have seen the companies whose approaches have succeeded and those who have not been successful. A small pivot in strategy often may have made the difference. We have summed up this knowledge in What is Working in IVD: Successful Commercialization of New Products and Technologies The report is written by Kalorama's lead diagnostic expert, Shara Rosen, R.T. M.B.A., author of six best-selling editions of the industry's leading market research report in IVD diagnostics The Worldwide Market for In Vitro Diagnostic Tests. Rosen offers tips gleaned from years of watching the market - keys to successful new product launches in the industry as t is now.
In some ways diagnostics is a unique industry. To achieve commercial success, IVD companies must earn the approval of several different groups, including regulators, payer organizations, healthcare providers and physicians, all of whom ultimately determine the value of a product and how well it will do in the market. For that reason, strategic market-focused product development and effective commercialization are crucial.
Rosen has developed a "six strengths approach" for companies engaging in product commercialization, blending the solid marketing theory with the realities of the diagnostics indusry:
- Strategic Market Planning, including: Pricing, Clinical Trial Information Management, Distribution, The New Customer Segmentation and more
- Intellectual Property and Patent Protection, offers the basics of IP and discusses whether to seek a partner.
- Regulatory Process Management , including: US, Europe, Japan, India, China and more
- Reimbursement, looks at Trends, Past Successes and Failures, IVD and the Obama Administration
- Product Life Cycle Management, how to Tell Your Story, Scale Up, Build a Organizational Structure
- Market Forces Management, strategies for working with: Investors, the Scientific Community, Consumers and more
Among other points, this report will provide readers with the following information:
- How Time-Tested Marketing Techniques Can be Applied to Diagnostics
- What Can IVD Marketers Glean from the Success Stories of Major Players in the Market
- How to Create a Successful Strategic Plan
- What Can IVD Marketers Learn from the Latest Customer Segmentation Techniques?
- How to Use - and not to Use - Patents
- What Early Steps Marketers Can Take -- Even in the Clinical Trial Stage?
- How to Make Optimal Pricing Decision in Down Economic Times
Marketing mature products and of course new products and technologies is a mix of art, intuition and marketing science. It involves a keen understanding of the market parameters that you and your company can control - product design, pricing, distribution options and of course sales training and promotions.
Companies also should invest in research that allows them to understand market parameters that are totally not in their prevue to manage. These uncontrollables include economic trends that may result in unexpected obstacles and actions taken by competitors.
It is generally believed that consumer behavior is also a huge unpredictable market parameter. This is where the art of marketing plays its most important role. Well-designed investigative interactions between marketers and potential consumers can provide a wide window into consumers’ needs, perceptions and capabilities to embark of purchase decisions.
This report blends marketing theory with actual events to provide clues on how to implement marketing strategies appropriate for current market conditions and for the future. Anyone launching a new product into the world diagnostic market will benefit from this essential resource.
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