Now Providing Independent, Expert Support Addressing the Unique Needs of Boards of Directors

Blue Bell, PA September 30, 2014 □ Peer Review Institute (PRI) announced today that it is expanding its services to provide support for members of Boards of Directors in the pharmaceutical, biotech, and medical device industries. Board members are legally accountable and often faced with the challenge of assessing management proposals without the benefit of a staff or relevant information to support their assumptions or evaluations. Peer Review Institute offers board members an independent perspective from consultants with industry expertise across numerous functional areas to assist in their vetting and validation process.

Peer Review Institute maintains a roster of over 350 consultants who have extensive industry experience in many specialty areas including medical affairs, clinical research and development, health economics, regulatory affairs, legal, finance, forecasting, and commercial operations.

“With an advisory team comprised of accomplished, senior-level experts in the healthcare industry, we are able to support board members in their review of diverse projects such as strategic planning, mergers and acquisitions, budgeting, forecasting, and in pressure testing assumptions that guide prioritization of company projects,” stated Albert Wertheimer, Ph.D., Principal and co-founder of Peer Review Institute.

About Peer Review Institute:

PRI provides expert consulting support for the pharmaceutical, biotech, and medical device industries. In addition to supporting Boards of Directors, it offers a broad range of services including support for regulatory filings, dossier preparation, advisory services, and the professional vetting of promotional material to help ensure that product claims are clinically sound, fair-balanced, and compatible with current scientific literature.

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Peter L. Tobar

Vice President, Business Development



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