The National Organization of Rare Diseases has been helping patients, caregivers, organizations, researchers, and Clinicians for almost 40 years. We interview Chief Strategic Officer Pamela Gavin on the "People Always Patients Sometimes" podcast.
Ritesh Patel, Chief Digital Officer of Health at Ogilvy Consulting is an amazing thought leader in the digital health space. Ritesh is our guest on this episode of the podcast.
"People Always, Patients Sometimes" podcast hosted by Janet Kennedy and produced by Spencer Health Solutions nominated for Health IT Podcast of the Year.
We asked patient advocate Barby Ingle, founder of the International Pain Foundation to share her perspective on improving clinical trials.
Aiden Flynn, founder of Exploristics discusses medication adherence in clinical trials using data simulations on the “People Always, Patients Sometimes” podcast.
Our podcast guest is Joseph Kim, who is a member of the digital health office at Eli Lilly and the host of Lilly's podcast, The Elixir Factor. We discuss digital health innovation, the IBD challenge, The Elixir Factor podcast and cross-departmental drug development.
Patient centric software design is essential when developing for healthcare applications. We invited our software product owner Mary Wrenn to join the podcast and tell us how spencer utilizes patient centric software design.
Spencer Health Solutions invited Jen Horonjeff, co-founder of the Savvy Cooperative to join the "People Always, Patients Sometimes" podcast today. We discussed the JP Morgan conference and the difference between patient centricity and patient-reported outcomes.
Understanding human factors is essential when designing technology that people interact with, especially when you’re dealing with unique healthcare populations such as the elderly. Our podcast guest is Christina Mendat, Managing Director at Human Factors MD.
Tom Rhoads joins the podcast to talk about telehealth, COVID-19 and protecting patients at home on “People Always, Patients Sometimes.”