Is this the Future of Medical Affairs?

States look to require Medical Affairs/MSL professionals to become BCMAS credentialed. Read More as reported in Forbes

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Lifting Pharma Credibility and Trustworthiness With Certified Medical Affairs Teams, With Dr. William Soliman

Posted: June 28, 2018

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According to the Edelman survey on trust, 77% of people surveyed refused to purchase a product or service because they did not trust the company behind it. Pharma companies are not exactly tops on the trust scale for reasons you can infer yourself—or listen to EP148 with Jennifer Miller on the Good Pharma Scorecard. As with most…Read More

Breaking Down the BCMAS Certification: A Conversation with Dr. William Soliman of ACMA

Posted: June 21, 2018

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An experienced executive with several years of experience in the pharmaceutical and biotechnology industry, Dr. Soliman has held key positions within medical affairs where he was instrumental in launching a variety of innovative platforms expanding the role of medical affairs across the industry.

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ACMA Partners with the Council for Continuing Pharmaceutical Education of Canada

Posted: July 10, 2018

The partnership between the ACMA and Council for Continuing Pharmaceutical Education (CCPE) will enable more medical affairs and MSL professionals in Canada to become Board Certified in Medical Affairs via the Board Certified Medical Affairs Specialist Program (BCMAS). The CCPE and ACMA have collaborated to put together a first in class training program tailored for Canadian MSL professionals.

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Why I Became a Board Certified Medical Affairs Specialist (BCMAS)

Posted: July 17, 2018

Imagine this scenario: a pharmacist makes a recommendation to a physician to either change, or add a medication to a patient’s regimen but the physician does not accept the recommendation since he or she is either unfamiliar with or does not have much experience with the drug and does not feel comfortable prescribing it. Medical affairs helps tear down these barriers so that both physicians and patients have access to scientifically accurate data and other information they need about a medication.....Read More