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DKSH Healthcare Australia is Australia’s leading healthcare professional engagement company delivering effective outsourced sales and medical marketing solutions. DKSH Healthcare is a proven player in collaborating in innovative partnerships between pharmaceutical, healthcare, medical device and diagnostic companies, public authorities and healthcare providers in Asia Pacific. We help patients in Asia Pacific get reliable and efficient access to the best healthcare possible by providing our partners with a full range of commercial outsourcing and market expansion services.

DKSH Healthcare employs the largest dedicated healthcare sales force and nurse educators in Asia Pacific with 7,290 specialists driving your multichannel engagement across hospitals, clinics and pharmacies. We conduct medical education activities, from product launches to reinvigorating demand for mature products, all tailored to your product lifecycle needs. DKSH Healthcare Australia has extensive experience defining the local market, territory mapping, and building teams (sales, MSL, nurse and educators). Our teams are fully scalable and flexible (dedicated, blended, syndicated and hybrid) to reach your target customers to drive engagement from launch to loss of exclusivity. We have the largest footprint in Australia with agility to scale teams according to demand (high need, vacancy management, or seasonal campaigns).

DKSH Healthcare Australia medical education programs meet the real world educational needs of practicing healthcare professionals. We are an accredited RACGP and ACRRM education provider that engages with GPs, specialists, nurses, pharmacists and allied health to develop content, including the award winning simGP that is disseminated utilising multichannel strategies. Our commercial models are tailor-made to your situation and can include contract sales outsourcing, full agency, out-licensing or a combination of all.

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Our commercial experts have driven sales for both large and small healthcare companies in Asia Pacific.

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