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Spotlight On: Quick Pulse

May 8th, 2017

For straightforward fieldwork that is needed under aggressive time constraints, our Quick Pulse data collection meets the need for fast results.

Spotlight On: Rapid Results

May 8th, 2017

Our Rapid Results solution provides a quick and easy way to obtain valuable knowledge for corporate strategy, business development decisions, or product management questions.

Connect With 2.4 Million Healthcare Decision Makers

February 7th, 2017

Since 1995, Olson Research has provided a full suite of qualitative and quantitative market research solutions. With access to 2.4 million U.S. HEALTHCARE DECISION MAKERS, we combine targeted fieldwork and data collection capabilities with a robust portfolio of extended services across the life sciences spectrum.

What Sets Olson Research Apart?

October 14th, 2016

Olson Research offers a full spectrum of qualitative and quantitative market research services across the life sciences sector. Our goal is simple – to deliver meaningful data on target with your objectives, within your timeline and budget.

Spotlight On: Quantitative Project Management

August 22nd, 2016

Spotlight on Quantitative Project Management and our Formula for Success


Programming Best Practices: How to Ensure your Surveys are Programmed Seamlessly

June 28th, 2016

Want to make sure the programming of your survey is seamless and efficient?
Read on for our best practices to ensure your survey is programmed accurately and to
your expectations, while minimizing delays and added cost.


Quant Before Qual: A Novel Approach to Explore a Provocative Topic in Physician Research

November 1st, 2015

Lynn Welsh & Amanda Lipski, The Olson Research Group, Inc.
as published in the November 2015 issue of Quirk’s magazine

With the US healthcare system on pace to spend more than $150B treating cancer by the year 2020, payers are implementing novel methods in an attempt to curtail costs, including incentivizing physicians to adhere to suggested treatment regimens. This practice has the potential to not only reduce costs, but also to suggest that payers, and not physicians, are directing care.

How do physicians feel about this approach? Olson Research’s deep oncology access enabled us to fully explore this provocative subject. As featured in the most recent edition of Quirk’s Marketing Research Review, our white paper reveals oncologists have very strong feelings on this topic.


The Evolving Landscape of US Healthcare

December 4th, 2014
By Paul W. Allen, Executive Vice President, Olson Research Group, Inc.

Published in the 2014 Yearbook of the British Healthcare Business Intelligence Association (BHBIA). (more…)