The Medical Affairs Company® (TMAC)

Medical affairs solutions that bridge the gap.

With The Medical Affairs Company® (TMAC), you have personalized, on-the-ground abilities with field-based medical teams. We can connect you to the know-how you need with customized medical liaison programs. In many cases, our Medical Science Liaisons, Clinical Trial Liaisons, Clinical Specialists, Managed Care Liaisons, and management and training personnel act as an integral part of our client’s teams. These seasoned advisors enhance the exchange of scientific information between your organization and the medical community, no matter your size.

Medical Science Liaisons (MSLs)

Medical Science Liaisons are doctoral level and advanced degreed healthcare professionals acting as regional extensions of your medical affairs departments. They engage with a wide range of HCP stakeholder audiences answering their clinical questions about your drugs/devices and the diseases those treat.

Clinical Trial Liasons (CTLs)

Qualified to doctoral level and advanced degreed healthcare professionals, our Clinical Trial Liaisons support your clinical trial needs. Each CTL is focused on providing awareness of a clinical trial, ultimately resulting in increased patient enrollment for your trial. They possess strong backgrounds in clinical research and clearly understand the clinical development process.

Clinical Specialists (CSs)

Each Clinical Specialist on our team are credentialed professionals that work on behalf of you, providing regional and community level HCPs with educational support, including in-services, technical training and clinical reinforcement messaging. Our CSs are regional and local extensions of our clients’ medical affairs departments and closely collaborate with their commercial teams.

Managed Outcomes Liaisons (MOLs) 

Managed Outcomes Liaisons are doctoral level healthcare professionals with expertise in public health and/or outcomes. Each MOL aims to convey the clinical utility of our clients’ drugs and support the value proposition as to why these drugs should be utilized by payers and their members.

Clinical Nurse Educators (CNEs)

Clinical Nurse Educators are deployed to address a specific gap for a product where utilization, adherence, or uptake is limited or challenging. Through peer-to-peer discussions with target HCPs and Nurses, CNEs can provide hands on training for products, devices and education on the disease management tools used to diagnose and treat chronic conditions.

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