• Medical literature is often leveraged to explain background and setting for a therapeutic area, support medical unmet need, describe theoretical mechanism of action, and understand published studies of safety and efficacy for drug candidates and their competitors



  • Relevant medical literature is often spread across multiple internal organization individuals, impeding speed of finding the appropriate literature as well as inefficiently duplicating literature search efforts each time the appropriate literature is needed
  • As the literature continues to evolve, ongoing awareness of new literature is ad hoc and reactive rather than proactive and comprehensive
  • Even with the appropriate literature in hand, appropriate scientific and medical interpretation and then understanding and communicating the actionable implications is not a clear functional responsibility and/or a low organizational priority, resulting in lack of responsiveness and poorly informed decisions


The Xelay Approach

  • Developed and populated a comprehensive, catalogued, and searchable medical literature library organized by key relevant topics
  • Proactively synthesized top relevant literature topics into slide presentations for rapid communication and to inform strategic decisions
  • Enabled rapid medical information responses with appropriate and comprehensive literature on a topic with associated synthesized slide decks to internal and external audiences