The U.S. Food and Drug Administration issued a warning letter to Juul Labs Inc. over the company’s marketing practices for e-cigarettes.
An Oklahoma judge ordered Johnson & Johnson to pay $572.1 million to the state for the company’s part in fueling an opioid epidemic by deceptively marketing addictive painkillers, a sum substantially less than investors expected, driving up J&J shares.
Reckitt Benckiser Group agreed to pay $1.4 billion to settle a U.S. investigation into the sales and marketing of Suboxone Film, a product managed by the spinout company Indivior.
In healthcare, we are fortunate to have access to code that analyzes data and provides us with customer insights. As marketers, we can now understand these individual customers better than ever before. We know what we need and want to do when it comes to reaching them. But what does all that power and possibility do for them?
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Teva Pharmaceutical agreed to pay an $85 million settlement with the state of Oklahoma days before the company was set to face trial over allegations that the world’s largest generic manufacturer and other drugmakers helped fuel the U.S. opioid epidemic.
The loss of patent protection on two drugs is forcing Gilead Sciences to terminate about 20 percent of the company’s sales team, according to reports.
Artificial intelligence generated plenty of chatter amongst the pharma marketing intelligentsia in 2018. Will 2019 be the year when the industry fully embraces it as more than just a tactic?
Evidenced by the move to measure and reimburse providers based on the quality, as opposed to the quantity, of care delivered, the healthcare industry is shifting from a fee-for-service to an outcomes or value-based model.
Johnson & Johnson and the company’s DePuy Orthopaedics unit have agreed to pay $120 million to resolve deceptive marketing claims by several U.S. states over the company’s metal-on-metal hip implants.