With over 38,000 interviews completed with Payors & Key influencers, Semantics is undoubtedly the global leader in Payor Research. We have profiled and connected with thousands of Local, Regional and National Payor Advisors, Chief Hospital Pharmacists, Budget Holders, Lead Clinical Investigators, Key Opinion Leaders, Guideline Writers and Board Members of National and International Societies. Our Payor & KOL Panel counts over 9,800 respondents in the EU5, USA, Australia and Canada alone.
Our scope covers the full spectrum of healthcare professionals of all calibres within any therapeutic area: Care Givers, Specialists, Healthcare Administrators, Key Opinion Leaders, Hospital and Retail Pharmacists, Primary Care Physicians, Nurses, Surgeons and Veterinarians.
Semantics has conducted patient studies in dozens of therapeutic areas, from Asthma and Diabetes to rare and sensitive conditions such as Hypophosphatasia and Peyronie’s.
A dedicated Team who are fully trained in the sociological, ethical and legal aspects of this complex area, sensitively manages Patient Studies. These are often accomplished with the invaluable help and collaboration of Patients Associations, Support Groups & Advocacy Organisations.
"Many thanks for all your hard work and efforts on this over the past 6 months. I know it has been a very challenging and difficult project! It was a real pleasure working with you and the rest of the team again as well."
"I just wanted to tell you that on this project Semantics Project Manager and all your team really over-performed. All our team and client received great insights thanks to her/your very hard work."
"Thanks again for your commitment and attention to detail on these focus groups, they were fantastic again. The quality of respondents was fantastic and all logistics ran smoothly."
"I have to just let you know that Dr XXX was absolutely amazing. He is THE single best KOL I have ever interviewed. Extremely knowledgeable, well spoken, he educated the Payers [of the advisory board] fully in accordance to our directions."