I can’t believe how time has flown past and the conference is only a few weeks away. It is really exciting to be involved and helping to collaboratively bring about changes within the world of medical healthcare.
Helping to close the gap between pharma and patients and increase relations, encourage collaborations and stave off the ideas that patients can be manipulated.
Thanks to eyeforpharma’s regard towards Patients, ‘Patients Included‘, and giving us a platform to share our patient voices, and our input during roundtables and panel discussions at their pharma conferences we can help pharma improve the products and services they make. Help improve patient engagement programs / or, PSP’s Patient support programs between pharma and patients in ways that improve service design, product and service quality using collaborative methods and utilising all stakeholders to produce end results.
Will patient-centricity win-over pharma in London, how are companies becoming patientcentric, which companies are trying to be patientcentric?
Is patient- engagement working for pharma, what isn’t working? It can’t all be perfect!?
How is the concept of ‘Patient-engagement’ progressing is it proving to be useful, or does it need to be reassessed as a tool?
Innovation is also hot-topic as new ways of producing things have developed, including the use of AR, VR, AI, 3D printing and robotics to help improve surgical procedures, general medication delivery systems and even new bones and not that long ago even skin tisue, for a few examples.
Also, the different new ways that innovation is assisting clinical research and especially biopharma, health education videos for hospitals and HCP’s, and much more from the world of digital. Will we see some of that in London within the innovation, science and technology sector of the conference?
Of course aside from the World of Medical Affairs is the Impatient Conference and the part of the journey where we really do hope to make a difference. It really has been designed by patients and the hope is that we can help bring patients and pharma closer together at this Pharma & Patient Co-creation event.
How are pharma increasing patient relations, are they rebulding our trust yet?
How will we as patients convince pharma to make the necessary changes required to rebuild their pharma-patient relations?
What does pharma believe it should do? Do we as patients agree with pharma? If not, how do we compromise so that solutions can be formed and progression can continue. Otherwise this time next year we will still be discussing it!
It’s time for pharma to stop ‘saying’ and start ‘doing’, be more proactive and begin to move forwards.
(Opinions are my own)
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Patient Summit Europe
16-17 October 2018, London UK
Europe’s Top Pharma & Patient Co-creation platform to attend in 2018
“If you don’t partner, patient centricity will never become more than just an idea.”
- 250+ attendees
- 40+ speakers
- 15+ case studies
- 20+ roundtable discussion topics
The Im-patient Conference which is new, and its bold.
No longer is eyeforpharma HQ in the driving seat, instead it is entirely designed, created and hosted by patients. We believe that in doing so, we will capture the true essence of what patients want – and put them in the driving seat.
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Come and see me take part: 17th October | 17:00 – 17:40 (Day 2)Panel: Candid patient perspectives on the good, the bad and the ugly of service design
- Teresa Ferreiro | Patient Advocate
- Trishna Bharadia | Patient Advocate | eyeforpharma Award Winner
- Paola Antonini, MD, PhD | AISC Scientific Committee Member, Head of Clinical Research & Training Initiatives | AISC
Moderator: Paul simms | Chairman| Eyeforpharma
- How do patients really experience pharma’s services?
- Can pharma better build trust with patient communities to develop productive collaborations?
- Innovation is supposedly the ‘silver bullet’, but where do patients really see the opportunity for change?
Maybe I’ll see you there ~ Carole Sian
eyeforpharma Patient Policy ~ social.eyeforpharma.com/patient-policy
EVENT | eyeforpharma | Marketing and Customer Experience Europe/London 2018 Oct 16-17th
Running alongside the Patient Summit
Join the most forward-thinking meeting of leading marketers in Europe and learn to:
- Redefine HCP relationships
Develop a deeper educational partnership with your customers and transform engagement
- Embrace digital. Be the future
Implement a digital-first communication strategy for effective and efficient customer interaction
- Educate to innovate
Eliminate fear of innovation by empowering your workforce with the capabilities needed to form lasting HCP relationships
- Deeper insights, real value
Analyse data for actionable insights that result in a better understanding of patient needs and position you as a trusted presence
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Our mission is to make pharma more open and valued
The ultimate driver for the pharmaceutical industry’s health is meeting the needs of patients, otherwise it will cease to matter. For healthcare to be as good as it could be, the strength, skills and resources of our industry need to be fully integrated into health outcomes and we need pharma experience at the decision-making table.
We believe the industry must focus on a business model combining service with product, with patients at the center.
Advocating for a Multi-Disciplinary approach to all aspects of medical healthcare. With a model approach using all the ‘stakeholders’ I’ve designed a patient’s perspective of what patient-centred care, patient-included, patient-involved, patient-centric should look like and involve, that’s everyone by the way!
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