Month: April 2018


Patient Choice Award Winners: Improving the Patient Experience

World Congress and WEGO Health teamed up recently during the Life Sciences Patient Congress to present the Patient Choice Awards. These awards recognize pharma organizations, collaborations, and programs that place a focus on the patient. They spotlight the true game changers, those who realize that each patient experience throughout the entire patient journey is of paramount…

Practical Tips for Targeting Patients on Facebook

“Your people are here,” announces Facebook Business. This is certainly true in the big picture. Around 2 billion people use Facebook each month. And, it might be particularly true for healthcare. For patients and caregivers, Facebook is a thriving community, a way to connect with fellow patients, and a place to find support. There are…

Spinal Muscular Atrophy Patient Leader #FollowFriday – April 20th, 2018

On this #FollowFriday, we're featuring three really powerful Patient Leaders. Below you'll meet Alex, Ariella and Heather who are living with Spinal Muscular Atrophy. SMA is a genetic disease affecting the part of the nervous system that controls voluntary muscle movement. We encourage you to check out these Patient Leaders, learn more about SMA and help…

April #WEGOHealthChat Recap: How to Pitch Your Patient Journey to the Press

As a Patient Leader, your number one focus is how you can raise awareness and help more people. One of the best ways to do that is to get your story out in front of as many people as possible. But how do you do that? In the April #WEGOHealthChat, we spoke with @NatalieSparacio, a former…

Testicular Cancer Awareness: Tip for Self-Check

April is Testicular Cancer Awareness Month, and although we should be staying on top of our health year-round, it's a great time to spread the word about this disease. It's important to not only celebrate the survivors and also remember those who lost their bout with TC, but also spread awareness and educate those on…

Healthcare Innovation Drivers: Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning

We live in an era of astounding healthcare innovation. Within living memory, we’ve seen the first cardiac pacemaker implanted and the first successful heart transplant. Measles, mumps, rubella, and chickenpox were, for all intents and purposes, eradicated in the US through public health vaccination campaigns. CT scans are commonplace. And, the human genome has been…
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