Category: Events


Validating Your 2021 Brand Plans with Patient Leaders

Validating Your 2021 Brand Plans with Patient Leaders With a live panel of MS, OCD, IBS, PCOS, Type 1 Diabetes, Endometriosis, RA, and Women's Health Patient Leaders, this WEGO Health webinar focuses on discussing influencer marketing, emerging channels, and overall media mix suggestions for pharmaceutical brands to deploy in 2021. Watch the event here!

Practical Patient Experience Tips from Patient Opinion Leaders

Practical Patient Experience Tips from Patient Opinion Leaders “Patient experience” is no longer a buzzword for pharma brands. It’s the backbone of a strategic plan for consumer engagement. As brands transition into a patient-centric future, how do they define a strategic and measurable patient experience plan — one that uses key performance indicators that can…

HealtheVoices 2018: Finding My Tribe

  Finding My Tribe In 2012, I wrote my first blog about my journey with inflammatory bowel disease (IBD). There was no rhyme or reason to my post, I was simply telling my story. Over the next few weeks, my journey in blogging about IBD evolved into advocacy. I had found purpose in sharing information…

Rare Disease Day: Importance of Fundraising and Research

For some 30 million Americans living with a rare disease is part of everyday life. Many individuals suffering from a rare disease go to sleep and wake up with the same understanding and outlook of the disease as they did the day before, or even years before - there is no reprieve. In the United…

Supporters Unite to Color The World Orange for CRPS/RSD Awareness on Nov. 6

Get your orange ready! The fourth-annual Color The World Orange on November 6 is almost here. Color The World Orange is an annual event held the first Monday of November to spread awareness of Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS), also known as Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy (RSD). On November 6th, supporters around the world will wear orange…

Revealing the Power of Digital Health: An ePharma 2017 Recap

The standard of healthcare in this day and age has been raised. Patients are no longer waiting for change to occur. We have become drivers of our own care. Meanwhile, there has been immense growth in the wide world of healthcare social media. Physicians are taking to the interwebs to share insights amongst one another.…
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