Michael Abrams has served as an internal and external consultant to Fortune 50 corporations, major pharmaceutical and medical device companies, healthcare institutions, and government agencies for over 25 years. He has worked extensively in the areas of strategic planning and implementation; product strategy and portfolio development; market analysis; and operational improvement.
Mr. Abrams is well known for his expertise in the design and implementation of strategies for building competitive differentiation, defining sustainable value, identifying market influence mechanisms, and translating white space analysis into innovative solutions for unmet needs. His ability to identify market opportunities and effectively improve organizational performance has been an invaluable resource to clients on a global basis across industries. He’s been successful in structuring and managing the internal change processes necessary to translate business opportunities into effective market position, operations, product portfolio management, and new product design consistent with changing regulatory requirements.
He has designed technology solutions to meet a wide range of needs including strategic account planning and management, and key opinion leader management. His ability to manage the process of technology integration to support business objectives across multiple business environments ensures ROI.
Mr. Abrams has written extensively on economic and clinical value creation and the need for integrated, systemic solutions to the challenges facing the global healthcare industry. His articles have appeared in more than a dozen leading business journals, and he recently co-authored the book Bringing Value to Healthcare: Practical Steps for Getting to a Market-Based Model.
Mr. Abrams completed his doctoral work in Business Policy at St. Louis University. He received his MA from George Washington University in Washington, D.C.