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Healthcare truths are personal and can be really challenging to uncover.
As wearable technology continues as one of the fastest growing categories on the market, new inventions will likely be developing and introduced in 2016.
Alison Jackson, a contemporary artist who explores the cult of celebrity we all live in, kicked off Lions Health.
Real Human Connections | Blog
Chemelle Evans, Vice President at Snow Companies asked panelists from Shire, UCB and AstraZeneca how we can use human connections to chart a new path for our industries.
It’s always nice to see standout marketing from the pharmaceutical industry featured in the advertising press.
The New Bar For Leadership | Blog
Marc Boutin, CEO of the National Health Council, hosted a panel on how pharma embraces the new customer engagement paradigm.
Swipe Right To Save A Life | Blog
Today, Tinder is offering people experiences that go way beyond dating.
Adherence Starts With Hope | Blog
Laura Barry, Senior Director Customer Insights, Analytics and Experiences at Abbvie believes emotional connections can be made in the digital space.
Pharmaceutical innovators are getting patients involved in every aspect of drug development, from clinical trial design to commercialization to peer-to-peer support.
From Instinct to Evidence | Blog
I had the pleasure of joining Patrick Richard on the #efpphilly stage today to talk about a new path for innovation in pharmaceutical marketing.
Pfizer: Patients First | Blog
Andy Schmeltz, Senior Vice President of Patient & Health Impact at Pfizer Innovative Health took to the #efpphilly stage to share how his team is doubling down on its commitment to put patients first.
The cover of this week’s Time magazine reads “Can Google Solve Death?
David Blair, Head of Health at Google, came to #efpphilly to talk about nothing less than the fusion of our digital and human lives.
David Lennon, VP & Franchise Head for US Oncology at Novartis, showed the #efpphilly crowd where we’re at as an industry with technology and data and where our opportunities lie for greater collaboration.
I recently joined five colleagues and hundreds of collaborators for a conference focused on how our industry can be a more trusted partner to patients, advocates and the HCPs involved in their care.
In this post, I’m going to tell you how you can make a functioning prosthetic hand with $5 of materials.
I wonder how many students in medical school today are really excited about their future careers?
Live From Lions Health: What better way to kickoff a conference on creativity in healthcare than hearing from someone who faced big, difficult challenges and used resilience and imagination to overcome them?
Live From Lions Health: Ed Harnaga, VP, Corporate Affairs at Pfizer, started out his talk with a reality we've all struggled with: pharma does so much good and yet it elicits so much hate.
Matt Anthony from Y&R has had an incredible career; one that earned him a spot on the Cannes stage.
Live From Lions Health: Fiona Olivier, Head of Public Affairs in Europe and Canada at Abbvie, shared three specific examples of how Abbvie is identifying challenges in the healthcare system and building partnerships to effect rapid, meaningful change.
Live From Lions Health: In healthcare, we talk a lot about adherence.
Live From Lions Health: Facebook announced key new ways its serving the pharma industry, including new services and policy exemptions.
Live From Lions Health: In this era of acceleration, everyone wants more ideas faster.
Live From Lions Health: A remote speaker that can help coma patients recover faster, non-surgical adult circumcision with a ring, and AI glasses that let people with Alzheimer’s know their families again.
Live From Lions Health: How do you change someone's mind?
Live From Lions Health: The awards stage last night was crowded with winners accepting Lions for video work that moved the audience with laughter, tears and surprise.
Live From Lions Health: A bracelet that changed the way families think about vaccines, a playroom for kids that’s a workout for parents, a nutrition-Rx from a railroad, and AI that’s prompting better in-train-station nutrition for busy commuters.
Ok, maybe not into a bar.
David Reim, Chief Product Officer at DMD, started his #efpphilly talk with the big question: why are sales reps still the gold standard of physician engagement?