Drawing on a lifetime of experience, Roger Dobbah gives readers an in-depth view of R&D survival strategies and tactics and demonstrates how to apply them to any organization. The author provides insights into the role of R&D, the crucial topic of creativity and innovation, and the differences and similarities between general management and R&D management. He covers R&D resources, organizational structures, internal and external environments, R&D interface with other functions, objectives and adaptation, and integration of strategies. It includes coverage of the new R&D dimension of pharmacoeconomics and a full discussion of the regulatory environment impacting the present and future of R&D.
Related books and articles
Inclusion: The Politics of Difference in Medical Research By Steven Epstein University of Chicago Press, 2007
Market Research in Health and Social Care By Mike Luck; Rob Pocock; Mike Tricker Routledge, 2000
Health, the Individual, and Integrated Medicine: Revisiting an Aesthetic of Health Care By David Aldridge Jessica Kingsley, 2004
Use of Medical Informatics for Management of Multiple Sclerosis Using a Chronic-Care Model By Hatzakis, Michael J., Jr. Allen, Craig Haselkorn, Mark Anderson, Stephen M. Nichol, Paul Lai, Charles Haselkorn, Jodie K. Journal of Rehabilitation Research & Development, Vol. 43, No. 1, January-February 2006
Peer-reviewed publications on Questia are publications containing articles which were subject to evaluation for accuracy and substance by professional peers of the article's author(s).
New Advances in Research in Healthcare Financial Management By Forgione, Dana A. Research in Healthcare Financial Management, Vol. 5, No. 1, Annual 1999
Management Control Theory and Its Application to US Medical Practice: A Critical Review of Contemporary Literature and a Call for Research By Stewart, Louis J. Research in Healthcare Financial Management, Vol. 7, No. 1, Annual 2002
The Value of a Medical Staff Risk Management Check-Up By Whitehead, Ann Risk Management, Vol. 60, No. 10, December 2013
Bending the Cost Curve: Using Comparative Effectiveness Research to Improve Health Care By Takvorian, Samuel Kennedy School Review, Vol. 12, Annual 2012
Shoddy Medical Care Created 'Rational Suicide.' (Oregon's Measure 16) (Column) By McCarthy, Colman National Catholic Reporter, Vol. 31, No. 2, October 28, 1994
'Medicine Management Needed' There Have Been a Number of Studies Looking into Ways to Reduce Medicine Wastage. Here, Health Correspondent Julia McWatt Looks at the Range of Ideas Stemming from These Studies By Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales), June 10, 2013
Inmate Medical Care Costs Cut 8% By Nixon, Alex Tribune-Review/Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, July 8, 2014