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World AIDS Day: What more can be done to change behavior in the fight against HIV?
30.11.18 - Doris Szentkovics

World AIDS Day: What more can be done to change behavior in the fight against HIV?

We have come a long way since World AIDS day was introduced in 1988, largely as a day of remembrance for the many people who were losing their lives to this incurable illness. Thanks to medication advances HIV/AIDS is now a manageable chronic condition via a combination of drug treatment and lifestyle self-management techniques. And effective prevention awareness campaigns have seen numbers contracting the disease fall.

Despite this, each year in the UK alone around 5,000 people are diagnosed with HIV, as many people still do not know the facts about how to protect themselves and others, and stigma and discrimination remain a reality for many people living with the condition.

World Diabetes Day: A Deeper Look at Dealing with Diagnosis and Management of the Condition
14.11.18 - Simona Nucera

World Diabetes Day: A Deeper Look at Dealing with Diagnosis and Management of the Condition

To a clinician, health care provider or even a care giver the appropriate response and actions needed in response to…

Digital Therapeutics Alliance (DTA) Releases Report to Provide Clarity on Industry Definitions and Market Landscape
31.10.18 - Simona Nucera

Digital Therapeutics Alliance (DTA) Releases Report to Provide Clarity on Industry Definitions and Market Landscape

Digital Therapeutics are not a thing of the future anymore but a growing market in the digital health landscape with…

News Release – Digital Therapeutics Alliance boosts European presence
16.10.18 - William Lyons

News Release – Digital Therapeutics Alliance boosts European presence

16 October 2018 Digital Therapeutics Alliance boosts European presence  > Digital Therapeutics Alliance (DTA) boosts Europe presence to advance the…

Partnership Is Key To Better Patient Programs
15.10.18 - Jim O'Donoghue

Partnership Is Key To Better Patient Programs

Published on Eyeforpharma Social on 15th October 2018 Digital patient support programs hold great promise to boost health outcomes, but…

Next-Gen Patient Support Programs Gain Momentum in the Quest for Value
21.09.18 - Jim O'Donoghue

Next-Gen Patient Support Programs Gain Momentum in the Quest for Value

Published in PharmExec on 20th September 2018 Until quite recently, many in pharma regarded patient support programs as a nice-to-have:…

10 Effective Adherence Solutions Available Today
01.08.18 - Matt Norton

10 Effective Adherence Solutions Available Today

    Published in PM360 on August 1st 2018 S3 Connected Health’s approach to improving adherence is rooted in behavioral…

How are Patients Managing?
04.07.18 - Simona Nucera

How are Patients Managing?

A patient with a chronic condition is already (and inescapably) self-managing every day. For example, every morning, afternoon and evening,…

Human nature: the next frontier for pharma?
03.07.18 - Jim O'Donoghue

Human nature: the next frontier for pharma?

Published in PharmaTimes on 29th June 2018 With the rise of digital health and the inexorable fall in drug development…

Where Next For Digital Support Programs?
02.07.18 - Jim O'Donoghue

Where Next For Digital Support Programs?

  Published in eyeforpharma.com on June 15th 2018 ‘Beyond the pill’ patient support services are set to become a key…

Enabling Patient Self-Management in Patient Support Programs
13.06.18 - Simona Nucera

Enabling Patient Self-Management in Patient Support Programs

Self-management has the potential to improve the lives of patients living with chronic conditions dramatically. However, to successfully deal with…

‘Make or break time’ for pharma to embrace next-gen patient support programs – industry experts
30.05.18 - Simona Nucera

‘Make or break time’ for pharma to embrace next-gen patient support programs – industry experts

Survey of pharma leaders finds widespread view that patient support programs hold huge value and potential as future revenue stream…

Patient Adherence and Human Nature
16.04.18 - Jim O'Donoghue

Patient Adherence and Human Nature

Published in PharmExec on 16th April 2018 It’s no secret that medication non-adherence represents an enormous challenge for the healthcare…

Shifting Expectations: Engaging Patients Will Always Be a Moving Target
09.04.18 - Simona Nucera

Shifting Expectations: Engaging Patients Will Always Be a Moving Target

  Patients’ expectations about engaging with their treatment and care are changing. Not only do patients expect improved healthcare outcomes…

For Patient Support Programs – Patient Activation is Important, but Patient Engagement is the Key!
08.04.18 - Simona Nucera

For Patient Support Programs – Patient Activation is Important, but Patient Engagement is the Key!

The terms activation and engagement are often used synonymously. However, if patient support services are to truly enable patients to…

When you implement Patient Engagement Solutions, what really are your priorities?
27.02.18 - Simona Nucera

When you implement Patient Engagement Solutions, what really are your priorities?

There’s a broad range of services, supports and initiatives that operate under the term Patient Engagement. While partly a result of…

Patient Engagement – It’s not straight forward!
26.02.18 - Simona Nucera

Patient Engagement – It’s not straight forward!

Patient Engagement is a broad term and is used to describe a wide range of initiatives. A quick search of…

Digital Trends to influence Pharma in 2018
05.02.18 - Simona Nucera

Digital Trends to influence Pharma in 2018

Digital Health will continue to grow in 2018. With this in mind, we have put together a list of 4…

Patient Support and Digital Health Conferences worth attending in 2018
01.02.18 - Simona Nucera

Patient Support and Digital Health Conferences worth attending in 2018

We have put together a list of patient support and digital health conferences which we feel are worth attending in…

What are DBCIs? And how are they used to improve Patient Engagement and Adherence?
22.10.17 - Simona Nucera

What are DBCIs? And how are they used to improve Patient Engagement and Adherence?

Advances in digital technology along with our improved understanding of behavior change have created new, much more effective modes of…

Advances in Digital … Enhancing Patient Support
22.09.17 - Simona Nucera

Advances in Digital … Enhancing Patient Support

Advances in digital technology are changing how people interact with information, with people, with our environment, with the world around…

Medication Adherence is a Problem: It’s that Simple! Right?
23.08.17 - William Lyons

Medication Adherence is a Problem: It’s that Simple! Right?

Medication adherence has long been a problem, with the widely reported World Health Organization (WHO) figure noting that as much…

Getting your Head around Behavior Change
17.07.17 - William Lyons

Getting your Head around Behavior Change

As the focus moves from rhetoric around ‘Patient First’ and ‘Patient Centricity’, towards actionable programs and tools to engage and…

Should Personalized, Digitally Enabled Support be considered for Patients Across All Medications? … It Depends!
18.05.17 - William Lyons

Should Personalized, Digitally Enabled Support be considered for Patients Across All Medications? … It Depends!

We recently held a webinar in conjunction with Eyeforpharma on ‘The Digital Difference: How your brand can deliver more through…

S3 Connected Health Opens New York Office
24.02.17 - Simona Nucera

S3 Connected Health Opens New York Office

Coinciding with the Launch of the new S3 Connected Health website S3 Connected Health has expanded in the US, opening…

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