• Wearables open up a world of possibilities for researchers, especially in the area of health outcomes. Passive data collected by wearable devices can provide the objective data to get to the heart of what might be affecting patients’ outcomes.
  • When Patient Centricity Isn’t Enough

    by Linda Verplanck  |  Jul 22, 2016
    I don’t question that pharma companies want to be “patient-centric” and see healthier people around the world. What I do question is what they really mean by saying they are “patient-centric” and what steps they are taking to truly understand the needs, motivations and beliefs of people before they become patients.
  • Brexit, What’s Next?

    by Jessica Santos  |  Jul 11, 2016
    The news in the last few weeks is full of Brexit and its impact, but it seems there is no Plan B (what happens after UK leaves), just as there was no Plan A (how to move forward with a split country) either.
  • Comorbidities complicate the burden of diabetes

    by Michael Fronstin  |  May 24, 2016
    That diabetes is a worldwide health epidemic is no longer even debatable. We’ve moved far beyond “Is diabetes a problem?” to “What can we do to slow the acceleration of this trend and help control patients’ complications?”
  • Joint pain causes headache for migraine patients

    by Michael Fronstin  |  Apr 27, 2016
    Until newer treatments are available there’s an opportunity for physicians to seek appropriate treatments and discuss the challenges for those experiencing comorbid arthritis in the hands and fingers, which may continue even with newer, injectable options.
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