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Frontera Group

We live in a time of participation – patients actively involved in their own care recover faster and live longer. As a group, we capture and integrate the patient voice into your plans and activities.

We immerse you into the world of the patient to inform better strategies, create better communication, build better health technologies and, ultimately, to achieve better outcomes.

Areas of Expertise

HELPING YOU TO CREATE IMPACT

We are a multi-service group with 3 core areas of competence reflected across our 3 businesses.

  • Insight & strategy
  • Communications & engagement
  • mHealth solutions

REDLINE STRATEGIC

We immerse you in the world of the patient, to ensure your strategies are based on the people you treat. www.redlinestrategic.com

FRONTERA LONDON

We immerse you in the world of the patient, to make sure the patient voice can be heard loud and clear throughout your communication. www.fronteralondon.com

STIKKE

We immerse you in the world of the patient, to make sure your mHealth approach yields better outcomes. www.stikke.com

Clients

AbbVie
Actavis 
Alimera Sciences
Allergan 
Amgen
AstraZeneca
Bayer
Boehringer Ingelheim
Chiesi
Dreamskin Health 
Eusa Pharma
Galderma 
Gedeon Richter
Genzyme
Grunenthal 
Leukaemia UK
Medskin Solutions 
Menarini Farmaceutica Internazionale 
Merck
Merz Pharmaceuticals
Mitsubishi Pharma Europe
Novartis Pharmaceuticals
Novex Pharma
Pfizer
Shire Pharmaceuticals
UCB 
Vertex Pharmaceuticals

Team

Craig Mills
Group Managing Director, Frontera Group
craig@frontera-group.com
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Sarah Bartlett
Managing Director, Frontera London
sarah.bartlett@fronteralondon.com
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Stuart Banks
Director, Stikke
stuart@stikke.com
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Rachel David
Director of Insight, Redline
rachel.david@redlinestrategic.com
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Press Releases

Frontera proud finalists for the 2020 PM Awards
5 category nominations, a great end to a fantastic year
FRONTERA GROUP LAUNCHES NEW mHEALTH PROVIDER, STIKKE
Frontera Group expands its offering with the launch of Stikke, a new business created specifically to focus on the value mobile health can bring to patients.
Big wins for Frontera at the 2016 PM Awards

White Papers and Resources

The other side of … rheumatoid arthritis
For Georgie, patient activation fuelled her motivation to find life without pain. So when blood tests came back normal, she felt confident to pursue referral until RA was confirmed...
Has the pandemic opened up a future of accelerated diagnosis and better care for rare disease patients?

The challenge with rare disease is in the name – it's rare, so awareness is limited and diagnosis hindered. Could a more virtual existence change this? A Medical Affairs viewpoint in this week's instalment of our Pharma and COVID-19 series by Rare Immunology Global Medical Lead Karen Cheng

The other side of … blood cancer

To stay motivated for the fight, some patients need to feel like active players in the treatment journey, not passengers to every decision.

Healthcare in a lockdown

Even if patients are getting enough care during the COVID-19 pandemic, are they getting the right care?

The other side of … multiple sclerosis
No good comes from excluding patients from having a say in their own care. In fact, improving activation (& outcomes) demands it.
The other side of … Crohn’s disease

What patients say is their truth about living with chronic conditions. “I want to believe in my doctor but I feel more comfortable getting my guidance elsewhere.”

1000 Voices Survey

The patient voice is key to creating meaningful changes in healthcare; to drive patients to be more actively involved in their care, which leads to better outcomes. So, we went to patients and asked them their views on how being actively involved they are...

The truth is out there: Patients first
Patient centricity, patient focus, patients first – words that are on everyone’s lips these days. But what do they really mean? Where does the patient voice fit in? And what do we stand to gain by really listening to patients?
mHealth: The revolution will not be digital
Could mHealth, which has been growing exponentially in recent years, be the answer we have been looking for to address our population health challenge? Could mHealth save healthcare?
New partnership with ELF in 2017
Are you free to think?
Creating a culture to target differentiation in health...
Deploy...
Design...
Decode...
When data are not enough...
Don't you forget about me...
Creating a culture to target differentiation in health...
Digital is dead. Long live digital!

Videos and Podcasts

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Company Details

Frontera Group

+44 (0) 207 780 7460

Contact Website

Address:
St. John’s House
54 St. John’s Square
London
EC1V 4JL

Latest content on this profile

The other side of … rheumatoid arthritis
For Georgie, patient activation fuelled her motivation to find life without pain. So when blood tests came back normal, she felt confident to pursue referral until RA was confirmed...
Frontera Group
Has the pandemic opened up a future of accelerated diagnosis and better care for rare disease patients?
The challenge with rare disease is in the name – it's rare, so awareness is limited and diagnosis hindered. Could a more virtual existence change this? A Medical Affairs viewpoint in this week's instalment of our Pharma and COVID-19 series by Rare Immunology Global Medical Lead Karen Cheng
Frontera Group
The other side of … blood cancer
To stay motivated for the fight, some patients need to feel like active players in the treatment journey, not passengers to every decision.
Frontera Group
Healthcare in a lockdown
Even if patients are getting enough care during the COVID-19 pandemic, are they getting the right care?
Frontera Group
The other side of … multiple sclerosis
No good comes from excluding patients from having a say in their own care. In fact, improving activation (& outcomes) demands it.
Frontera Group
The other side of … Crohn’s disease
What patients say is their truth about living with chronic conditions. “I want to believe in my doctor but I feel more comfortable getting my guidance elsewhere.”
Frontera Group