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Patient interaction

This page shows the latest Patient interaction news and features for those working in and with pharma, biotech and healthcare.

Healthcare transformation and innovation

Healthcare transformation and innovation

closely in areas around patient awareness, empowerment and interaction, healthcare providers and, more recently, academia and primary care physicians, mostly driven by the need for the regulators to be collaboratively involved

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  • A New View A New View

    But the world has changed. Nowadays value begins and ends with the patient. ... functions, but also with clinical, academic and patient support, and user interaction throughout design and delivery.

  • Drug of choice Drug of choice

    Provider and patient interactions cannot be System 1 interactions. So error number one is that we treat all medicine as though it were a System 1 process. ... The difference between telling a patient about the efficacy of a new therapy and then the side

  • Defining value: has anyone asked the patient? Defining value: has anyone asked the patient?

    ASCO 2016, entitled Collective Wisdom, explored the 'future of patient-centred care and research'. ... Through this, data around cost, risks and benefits can be given to patients through HCP interaction and followed up with a patient questionnaire.

  • EMA recruits patient voices for its management board EMA recruits patient voices for its management board

    Continues its drive to embed patients' values within drug assessment. The European Medicine Agency (EMA) has appointed two new patient organisation representatives to its management board.

  • More money for the NHS – but is this the answer? More money for the NHS – but is this the answer?

    Into this environment has come rapid technological change which has, to a very great extent, passed the NHS by when it comes to physician-patient interaction. ... That makes you a drug support service - you are supporting your product, not the patient.

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  • How can we realise the benefits of patient engagement? How can we realise the benefits of patient engagement?

    All these challenges are highly complex and require multi-faceted solutions, but a key component must be patient engagement. ... Guided by values. This doesn’t mean that every patient interaction should be treated as a partnership.

  • Six degrees of participation Six degrees of participation

    Understanding these factors upfront can lead to more productive, two-way patient/physician dialogue. ... HCP/patient interaction is where the rubber hits the road. It’s here where the collaborative care movement really needs to make its mark.

  • A better direction A better direction

    As such, pharma focuses heavily on developing interventions that support HCP decision-making and enhance patient interaction. ... These actions can have a significant impact on patient outcomes - yet they all depend on nurturing the right behaviours.

  • Who don't need no education? Who don't need no education?

    Education could help improve treatment compliance. Another important area to explore is HCP-patient interaction. ... Supporting patient interaction at the point of care could also help drive medicines adherence.

  • The future of communications is closer than you think The future of communications is closer than you think

    reviewing data from patient sensors) and between face-to-face and remote care. ... Physician predictions: patient interaction. We talked to Dr Partha Kar, a Diabetes Consultant in the UK, to understand how technology is helping to support better

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  • A patient view on the ABPI’s patient collaboration sourcebook A patient view on the ABPI’s patient collaboration sourcebook

    It’s most helpful at detailing the types of patient interaction, types of patients drawn to those interactions and why such interactions are valuable. ... The experiential vs academic breakdown of patient knowledge (pg 10) is a highlight.

  • Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) patient insights Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) patient insights

    Irritable Bowel Syndrome: Patient–Provider Interaction and Patient Education. J Clin Med. 2018; 7(1):3. -----. ... 2015; 107(4):202–210. 5. Halpert A. Irritable Bowel Syndrome: Patient-Provider Interaction and Patient Education. J Clin Med.

  • Why can't we use Google Maps to understand patient journeys?

    Patient experiences are diverse and dynamic. Mapping patient journeys enables us to unlock salient insights and redesign care pathways. ... If only mapping the interaction a patient has with their healthcare touchpoints was as easy, avoiding the

  • Smart connections with a human touch

    In healthcare, the connection between the patient and expert continues to be a pivotal part of the patient experience. ... Today, shared decision-making is becoming an intrinsic part of consultations, revolutionising the relationship between the

  • MORE MONEY FOR THE NHS – BUT IS THIS THE ANSWER?

    Into this environment has come rapid technological change which has, to a very great extent, passed the NHS by when it comes to physician-patient interaction. ... approaches can be integrated to support the patient across the whole of the disease journey.

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