Global Business Reports


Catherine Howe, Sorina Dumitru, Irina Negoita

United States Biopharmaceuticals 2017

July 27, 2017

A global powerhouse and forerunner on the international stage, the U.S. biopharmaceutical industry is framed by uncertainty in light of the country’s recent political transition. Nevertheless, the industry is robust and ready to adapt, already reacting to recent negative media attention relating to drug pricing and price increases. With an increasing amount of innovation stemming from small biotechnology companies and projects spun out from universities into start-ups, the importance of fostering innovation and providing a supportive framework is paramount. Regional hubs with flourishing innovation ecosystems are notable for the incentives they offer and, as such, have become centers for innovation and knowledge exchange.


TrialScope helps trial sponsors to comply with disclosure regulations and internal transparency policies for jurisdictions across the world and is developing a program to provide easily intelligible interpretations of trial results for the patients that are involved in trials.
Almac Clinical Technologies designs and deploys complex software that helps trial sponsors automate complex decisions that occur in clinical trials.
UL helps companies meet safety and compliance standards and regulations across the pharma industry.
Chromocell is using its own Chrmovert technology to provide alternative pain blockers to opioids.


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