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.
Tom Rhoads gave a keynote presentation at eyeforpharma virtual that challenged the clinical trials industry to be open to new patient expectations based on COVID-19.
Tom Rhoads joins the podcast to talk about telehealth, COVID-19 and protecting patients at home on “People Always, Patients Sometimes.”
Spencer Health CEO Tom Rhoads lays a road-map for integrating telehealth in clinical research and value-based care. COVID-19 is accelerating much-needed healthcare and clinical research transformation to focus on the patients first. This global pandemic is pressing the gas pedal hard as people are challenged to receive their medications and stay connected with their healthcare providers … Continue reading It’s Time to Integrate Telehealth into the Equation
With so much information circulating about the Coronavirus, or COVID-19, we realize that our spencer® patients may be considering additional steps you might take to keep yourself and your family healthy and safe.
Spencer Health Solutions has invited Dr. Pamela Tenaerts, Executive Director of the Clinical Trial Transformation Initiative known as CTTI to the “People Always, Patients Sometimes” podcast.
We’ve invited some special guests in recognition of Heart Failure Awareness Week from UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy and UNC REX Hospital.
Dr. David Zaas, President of Duke Raleigh Hospital shares his experience as both a patient and a participant in a clinical trial when he discovered that he had Leukemia.
Gil Bashe, Managing Partner of Global Health at Finn Partners is on the “People Always, Patients Sometimes” podcast. Gil is a champion for health innovation to sustain life and improve patient care.