Who We Are
The people you want to work with.
We don’t just get things done, we have a good time along the way. Pharmica Project Managers are incredibly…normal. We relate. We’ll leave you with great results and great stories too.
Since 2005, our project managers have been on the front lines of every aspect of the BioPharma industry’s changes. We know how to best manage your most important projects and also provide the BioPharma subject matter expertise that will help you get the best results.
Pharmica Project Managers are also seasoned pharma professionals with the subject matter expertise you need, so you know every PM will fit with your organization and every engagement will lead to consistent, reliable results. Pharmica Project Managers have the focus and flexibility to bring great ideas from the back of the napkin to the forefront of your organization.
How we help you Get Better.
R&D Operations /Program Management
Global Development/Clinical Operations
Technology Solutions & ImplementationPutting new tools in place so you can Get Better results.
Data Visualization & AnalyticsHarvesting and simplifying data so you can Get Better insights.
Process ImprovementStreamlining and coordinating work so you can Get Better reliability.
Organizational ChangeCultivating understanding in your group so you can Get Better outcomes.
Compliance & QualityDesigning conformity for standards so you can Get Better consistency.
Vendor Selection & ManagementUnderstanding how best to collaborate so you Get Better partnerships.
Content StrategyStreamlining and organizing your information so you Get Better knowledge.
OperationsProviding resources when they're needed most so you can Get Better work.
Resource & Portfolio ManagementUnderstanding needs and facilitating plans so you can Get Better execution.
Patient EngagementListening and integrating patient voice so you can Get Better engagement.
You need a world-class project manager to make sure that nothing goes wrong.
Pharmica understands that there are a lot of variables to consider when it comes to finding the right project manager for your needs.
In the increasingly competitive pharma industry, having a solid project manager isn’t always enough. Not only do you need the skills of a veteran PM, but also the experience and expertise of an industry expert. And since you’re going to be working side by side, you need someone who is easy to get along with. Pharmica PMs combine the project management capabilities, the subject matter expertise, and the friendly personality that will make sure both you and your project are well taken care of.
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Meet our team of personable, friendly project managers – real problem solvers with the industry expertise to get things done.
Ideas and insights from Pharmica's Project Managers.
Properly managing complex projects can be overwhelming even for the most experienced project managers. Missed deadlines, disorganization, and lack of efficiency can quickly derail a project. This can leave you with unhappy clients and team members. A carefully created and well-maintained project timeline is the basis for successful PM solutions. These five easy steps will help you[…]
In my last blog, I discussed how you can stop feeling frustrated over unproductive project meetings and how to make them more mindful. In this blog we will finish it up with preparing for the meeting and the meeting itself. Mindful Project Meetings: The Meeting Preparation Your meeting attendees should be showing up to the[…]
How many times have you left project meetings feeling frustrated and none the wiser for having attended? If you were to take a look at all the meetings you attend in a week – how many of them would you say were truly valuable to yourself or your team? Meetings where paths were mapped out,[…]
Is your project slowly but surely getting out of control? Are stakeholders asking for more and more as the days go on? If you’re a project manager, you’ve suffered from it – scope creep. Scope creep is a problem in any industry – pharmaceutical included. In part, this is because many companies haven’t even been[…]
By some counts, prescription drug costs account for 20 % of all healthcare costs. The cost of getting a drug to market reaching well over a billion dollars and there is a growing scrutiny of money-conscious consumers. It is not hard to see why pharma companies are searching to find ways to reduce costs. Clinical[…]
It has only been a couple of decades since the concept of patient-centered care or patient centricity entered our collective consciousness. However, much has changed and continues to change rapidly in the healthcare industry. Technological, economic, and social advancements are moving at break-neck speed and propelling the industry into ever evolving directions. We could already[…]
We have long known the challenges of clinical trial recruitment. So it’s not a surprise that a new survey conducted by SubjectWell shows that a general lack of awareness is a major hurdle in clinical trial recruitment. The Pharma industry spends more than $2 billion per year on clinical trial recruitment. However, these dollars don’t[…]
Patients and regulatory authorities are asking for more patient/sponsor communication over the drug development cycle. At the same time, many sponsors seek to better understand the value of different investments to meet this demand. They are converting patient insights into journey maps and case studies that are producing a variety of new technologies and services[…]
Agile Methodology is not new – except in the realm of clinical drug development. As you will see, there are ways to use this old IT technique to enhance your drug development team’s chances of hitting their goals. Agile methods were developed to overcome weaknesses in a conventional engineering process. Agile development can provide important benefits.[…]
Drug development is no easy task. With the enormous resources the process consumes, and the risk inherent in every drug program, it’s no wonder biopharma companies are always striving for an edge when it comes to managing their portfolios. Today’s big problems in managing these programs are nothing new: Costs – The cost to develop[…]
A recent BioPharma Dive article on the five trends changing clinical trials – patient centricity, tapping into technology (e.g. mobile devices), wearables (e.g. remote blood glucose monitors), flexibility (in trial design), and automated site supplies – has an interesting trend in the article itself. So, what’s the overarching trend? Four out of the five trends[…]
As a patient engagement solution, healthcare portals are nothing new. But for healthcare providers, getting patients to use their portals hasn’t been easy. Now it looks like portal use is on the rise and with that a hope of greater patient engagement. A recent CDW survey of 200 patients and providers has shown a jump[…]