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The benefits of sharing HEOR and market access training across your organization


Effective online training brings everyone together around core learning, core principles, and helps align colleagues.

Online training helps empowers your HEOR and market access teams to develop stronger connections throughout your organization

To implement successful HEOR and market access strategies, HEOR and market access teams must work coherently with colleagues in the pricing, commercial, and medical divisions. HEOR and market access can be complicated disciplines, but everyone needs to have a consistent understanding of foundational principles and common language that supports effective working relationships.

The HEOR and market access teams are responsible for navigating this journey and it’s important that they can support their cross-functional teams in joining the journey.

Online training empowers your teams; it ensures they have access to high-quality, consistent, and easily accessible training that can make a huge difference across your organization, with operational excellence at its forefront.


Online training provides a level of HEOR and market access consistency throughout the organization

Organizational leaders recognize that developing and rolling out online training programs requires a significant investment of resources and budget.

The learner experience is often unpredictable due to:

  • Training being adhoc
  • Reliance on outdated online courses
  • Failure to invest sufficient time and resources in developing high-quality content
  • Not considering the varying levels of expertise within the organization.

Effective online training via MALCOM eLearning solves these problems and delivers consistent, structured, high-quality training, perfectly presented in easily digestible, on-demand modules.

MALCOM, a Market Access Learning Compendium, is for anyone who has an interest in learning more about HEOR and market access. The online training has been designed to host our training content alongside your existing training assets. This allows for a level of consistency throughout the organization and ensures the training is in one place for all employees to access.


Learn more about MALCOM online training for HEOR and market access

In the next update in this series, we explore the concept of snackable content and how MALCOM’s accessible and engaging formats encourage completion and adoption of learning.

“4 reasons why snackable content is changing the face of training within HEOR and market access”


MALCOM eLearning

Watch a demo of MALCOM eLearning to see how online training can benefit your HEOR, market access, and cross-functional teams.

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