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November 2, 2016

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Categories: Communications, Global Healthcare, Health, Healthcare, Patient Communications

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Cancer Moonshot: Why Vice President Biden’s initiative is essential for patient communications and clinical trial recruitment

Back in January, President Obama, during his State of the Union address, tasked Vice President Biden with leading a national effort “to end cancer as we know it,” with various touch points throughout 2016 to come up with a plan...

August 12, 2016

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Patient Assistance Programs: The Next Issue to put Pharm in the Penalty Box?

The time was 10 AM on the morning of April 18th, 2016, when Michael Pearson, beleaguered CEO of Valeant Pharmaceuticals, sat down before the US Senate Committee on Aging hearing titled:Valeant Pharmaceuticals’ Business Model: the Repercussions for Patients and the...

July 6, 2015

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Categories: Health and Wellness

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Finding “Purpose” in the Patient’s Journey

Among all the technological and economic innovation on display at April’s MM&M Transforming Healthcare Conference, “social” was an important theme. But in almost every case, the word was paired with “media.” In other words, we were talking about how technology...

Advocacy Partners: An Often Untapped Source for Feedback on Product-Specific Efforts

As expected, the 3rd Annual Strengthening Patient Advocacy Relations across the Life Sciences conference offered a fantastic forum for advocacy and industry leaders to discuss collaboration in disease state awareness and treatment access. The conference also met my expectations by...

January 16, 2014

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Media Straight Talk: Celebrity vs. “Average Joe”

“Media Straight Talk” is a CCCVitalSigns series that highlights the opinions of journalists working for top media outlets. Each part of the series will cover different topics affecting PR professionals. Names of these journalists are withheld due to their companies’...