Over the past 50 years, life sciences has had a profound impact on the lives of billions of people around the globe. In the U.S. alone, life expectancy has increased by an astounding 30 years in the past century. Life sciences organizations have led this achievement with the virtual elimination of smallpox and polio, and effective treatments for malaria, influenza, HIV, and many forms of cancer, just to name a few.
While the rewards for these discoveries can be enormous, the race to find and develop treatments is both expensive and risky. Timely, accurate, and highly governed information has emerged as a key differentiator in the race to market.
We alleviate the burden of information management so organizations can focus on their core mission.
Crucial information for making each step in the R&D and manufacturing process more efficient is often concealed in ever-increasing volumes of structured data and unstructured content. Access Sciences partners with life sciences organizations to overcome these time-to-market challenges, by uncovering, validating, and governing information effectively and efficiently.
We develop relevant communication strategies and messages for targeted audiences.
Our experts identify specific tactics to engage stakeholders and specific areas where resistance is expected, then put plans in place to manage that resistance.
Lisa is a Principal Consultant in the Information and Data Governance practice with Access Sciences Corporation. Since 2006, she has worked with clients to deliver program assessments, strategic plans and roadmaps, change management strategies, policies, retention schedules, data map development, and taxonomies. Lisa has over 30 years of business experience, with a career covering lifecycles related to manufacturing, information technology, and information management.