Conversations

What were the biggest accomplishments in health care in 2013 and what progress do you hope to see in 2014?

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Conversations

When we launched Conversations in June of this year, our goal was to blend formal contributors with an ongoing opportunity for experts and thought leaders to weigh in on a broad range of high-level policy topics. The forum has been a tremendous success. So far this year, we have seen 19 unique questions with over 90 responses from a variety of thought leaders and stakeholders, both inside and outside of the healthcare space.

Conversations

12.19.13 | By

 

When we launched Conversations in June of this year, our goal was to blend formal contributors with an ongoing opportunity for experts and thought leaders to weigh in on a broad range of high-level policy topics. The forum has been a tremendous success. So far this year, we have seen 19 unique questions with over 90 responses from a variety of thought leaders and stakeholders, both inside and outside of the healthcare space.

A Conversation on Healthcare in 2013

12.17.13 | By

When we launched Conversations in June of this year, our goal was to blend formal contributors with an ongoing opportunity for experts and thought leaders to weigh in on a broad range of high-level policy topics. The forum has been a tremendous success. So far this year, we have seen 19 unique questions with over 90 responses from a variety of thought leaders and stakeholders, both inside and outside of the healthcare space.

The Power of Modern Medicine

12.13.13 | By

Discovering and developing new treatments for the world’s most pressing health challenges helps inspire the work of innovators across the biopharmaceutical sector. More importantly, it’s our end-goal to ensure that patients around the world can obtain such innovative treatments in a timely manner.

Conversations on Neglected Tropical Diseases

12.10.13 | By

According to the World Health Organization (WHO), neglected tropical diseases (NTDs) affect more than 1 billion people around the world and are prevalent in more than 149 countries.

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According to the WHO, Neglected Tropical Diseases (NTDs) affect over 1 billion people worldwide, and are devastating to patients in the developing world. What is being done to get treatments to these patients and to speed development of new treatments?

Contributors Respond

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What ways can we elevate the conversation around prostate cancer to ensure early detection by those at risk?

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Providing Quality Care

11.13.13 | By

With nearly 1,700 care locations throughout the country and serving more than eight million Veterans, service members and military families each year, the Veterans Health Administration, part of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), is the largest integrated health care system in the country.

Discussing Specific Issues Facing the Alzheimer's Community

11.12.13 | By

Over the last few weeks we have devoted a fair bit of time and energy on Alzheimer’s disease. Why? It is one of the most complex diseases we face, it currently afflicts more than 5 million people in the U.S. and its current trajectory is worrisome to say the least.

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