Microblogs: Patient Engagement
15th Edition Pharma Resource Planning and Portfolio Optimization
Philadelphia, PA | Option to attend virtually
February 22-24, 2022 | 08:30 EDT
The marcus evans 15th Edition Pharma Resource Planning and Portfolio Optimization conference will explore how to drive strategic decision making and optimization in resource planning to foster the portfolio success in times of uncertainties. Risk Mitigation strategies to raise the Resilience of the Portfolio will be discussed. This unique, practical case study led event will focus on how to accelerate growth by an optimized short- and long-term planning. We will discuss how to optimize portfolio prioritization in environment of continuous changes to sustain a successful pipeline. We will discover the role of new modalities and how they can improve the portfolio and raise the ROI. Our expert speaker panel will also look into how innovative tools and methods can improve decision making and enhance portfolio strategies.
Attending This Premier marcus evans Conference Will Enable You to:
- Optimize short and long-term planning to mitigate risks and foster a robust portfolio
- Determine best PPM strategies to adopt evolving global trends and market demands
- Harness a more flexible resource planning and portfolio prioritization to ensure the pipeline success in times of uncertainty
- Utilize new modalities to foster portfolio robustness by a broader and more balanced portfolio
- Accelerate growth by gaining better market insights through data analytics & AI
- Leverage innovative tools and new technologies to enhance decision-making relating to resources, projects and the portfolio
- Facilitate collaboration and clinical trials by remote, decentralized strategies
Who Should Attend:
SVPs, VPs, Directors, Heads, Managers, Senior Executives of:
- Portfolio Planning / Strategy / Operations
- Portfolio/ Project / Product / Management
- Pipeline / Resource / Program Management
- Portfolio / Project / Decision Analysis
- Product Lifecycle Management
- Commercial Portfolio / Commercialization
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Communication Strategies to Engage the Patient
Healthcare providers will increasingly need to be trained on the effective use of communication strategies to drive behaviour change. This will necessitate an understanding of the whole patient and the personal drivers for behavior change. Suggested strategies for engagement in this article include: patient education, shared decision-making, motivation interviewing, and empathy; allowing healthcare providers to guide and empower their patients to participate in chronic disease prevention.
Progress in the Internet of Medical Things (IoMT) Arena
Wearable IoMT biosensing devices allows for the collection of biometric data in real-time, enabling both healthcare providers and patients to actively participate in healthcare management driven by the goal of disease prevention. Connected to smartphones and cloud-based apps, physiological and bio-sensing smart devices continuously measure, record, and provide access to vital data. This article suggests that combining biosensor technology with physiological technology, can produce a more holistic view of a patient’s condition. Read More...
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COVID Spurred Patient Engagement with Remote Patient Monitoring
The pandemic has enabled the increased the use of remote patient monitoring and telehealth to monitor and manage health at home, but future innovation is needed to meet consumer needs.
What the Inpatient Care Industry Needs Right Now
By Sarah Daren
The COVID-19 pandemic affected virtually every industry on the planet in some way or another. There were a select few that actually evolved due to the pandemic, such as internet communications and delivery services, but most industries were negatively affected, with healthcare being at the top of that list. Read More...
Healthcare Ecosystems of the Future
The healthcare ecosystems of the future, like other ecosystems, will be centered on the consumer, in this case the patient. The capabilities and services that form the healthcare ecosystems of the future may include: traditional modalities of care, home and self-care, social care, daily engagement and tracking, and financial support.
Leveraging Digital Innovation for a Patient-centric, Value-added Experience
Telehealth was once considered a path for urgent care transactions. However, in 2020, more consumers had scheduled video visits with their primary care physician or specialist than for urgent care. Patients increasingly believe they are entitled to their choice of healthcare providers, coverage and digital-health experiences.
Mayo Clinic, Kaiser Permanente to scale up hospital-at-home efforts with $100M investment into Medically Home
Medically Home installs communications devices, remote patient monitoring devices, emergency response systems and other supplies such as durable medical equipment in a patient’s home so that providers can treat high-acuity patients outside of the costly hospital setting.