Pharmacy chains activity analysis

Pharmacy chains activity analysis

Russian pharmaceuticals retail chain segment evaluation, both on the level of the state and in particular regions. Pharmacy chains development forecast

Forecasting

Product sales and separate market development forecast, based on unique mathematical models

Business and marketing plan development

Development of detailed business-plans, required to evaluate the reasonability of project start

Search of partners for contract production in Russia

Potential partners search and evaluation, based on their technical opportunities, appropriate experience, and reputation

Monitoring of import substitution

assessment of the main trends of import substitution policies and localization processes in the pharmaceutical market in Russia, the key beneficiaries and companies at risk

Survey by RNC Pharma and Medvestnik: 19% of Russian Doctors Ready to Report Vaccine-Hesitant Co-workers to Management

Tuesday, January 25, 2022

40% of Russian doctors do not accept “workplace snitching” in any case, according to a survey conducted by the RNC Pharma analyst company and the platform for doctors Medvestnik. Obviously, this answer had statistically significant differences between the two types of medical institutions—it was more often chosen by employees of private hospitals (48% against 34%). Another 18% of the respondents believe there is a risk that the Russian healthcare system will turn informing the management into a way to getting rid of “undesirables”, which is why they do not plan to report them. Around 16% of the doctors say that while they do not support anti-vaccine sentiments, they will not report their colleagues. Interestingly, this answer was especially popular among employees of public hospitals. Finally, another 4% say that they are anti-vaxxers themselves and they would not report themselves.

Therefore, albeit with different motivations, the vast majority of the Russian doctors surveyed (78%) do not support informing the management on co-workers who are vaccine hesitant. At the same time, nearly one in five (19%) do not see anything shameful in this. For example, 13% of the respondents do not think that a licensed doctor can be vaccine hesitant, and 6% have no issue with reporting, but it still depends on the disease. One of the specialists who chose to give their own answer said they would first try to change their co-worker’s mind instead of immediately reporting them to the management.

Are you willing to report vaccine-hesitant colleagues to the management? (single-answer question)

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