Striving to become more patient-centric? Let’s explore together

Written by Candice Subero on Friday 21st August 2020

Patients are increasingly involved in their healthcare decisions. They have become empowered and informed data-driven advocates for their own health. We are currently at a tipping point in the industry as regulatory bodies and patient advocacy groups have come together to reinforce the importance of the role of patients in the drug development process.

Why now?

  • Patient engagement tools have evolved considerably
  • There is an increased role of patients in regulatory and health technology decision making
  • Healthcare players who are unable or unwilling to deepen collaborations in the industry may find it difficult, if not impossible, to participate in a future patient-driven healthcare system

But how does a patient-centric approach evolve from a one-off engagement tactic to a fully integrated, company-wide practice?

Join us and take an interactive tour through today’s modern approach to patient-centricity. We will show how patient-centricity can be integrated into all phases of development and commercialization and show examples of how to achieve patient buy-in and ensure the patient voice is represented in your study outcomes.

Start Your Journey

In this interactive journey, you will:

  • Learn about the value of a patient-centric approach
  • Explore areas to focus on at different phases of the product life cycle
  • See real-life case studies of how a patient-centric approach can be used in therapeutic areas such as oncology, rare disease and advanced therapies
  • Find out how to take your first step to a patient-centric approach
  • Meet our team of experts and what drives them

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Pharmerit – an OPEN Health Company has been at the forefront of the evolution of patient-centricity. We have seen the positive impact of engaging patients throughout the product lifecycle. We believe it is important to include patient-centricity in every project we undertake, combining expertise with outcomes to see the impact of co-creation.