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The CEO of the independent healthcare agency discusses growing a business in digital in the early 2000s and the perks of remaining independent.
The VP of market access at Mitsubishi Tanabe Pharma America discusses driving access and bringing to market the first FDA-approved ALS drug in years.
The CEO's experience launching medical reference app Epocrates led him to found a social network for physicians.
The CEO and founder of Antidote talks about what inspired him to start the company, which recently received funding from Merck.
She is director of OTC brand marketing at Dr. Reddy's Laboratories.
A mentor once told him to keep learning and stay out of his comfort zone.
When you've figured out the difference, people will walk through fire for you, a mentor once told her.
The executive director of oncology marketing is fascinated by the resilience of the human body.
Healthcare is sometimes about life or death, but is almost always about quality of life, says the EVP of health system products and strategy.
A bout with Lyme disease led Yee to found a company that helps patients measure and track their breathing patterns.
She says her experience in consumer brands helps her push healthcare clients to be more creative.
The Roche veteran says that people who work in digital health need to touch others in a meaningful way.
The chief creative officer at Carling Communications talks about how she learned that the best leaders are only as good as the performance of their team.
The vice president of audience development talks about her days in the dot-com world and how struggling in a new role shaped her career.
The health technology company's EVP of business growth and analytics talks about his career path, from studying medicine to leading ContextMedia:Health's commercial solutions team.
The co-founder of Mapquest.com talks about his move from online mapping to healthcare, and what he likes most meeting with clients.
"I continue to look for ways to stretch myself or ways I can get involved or influence the business," said the new CCO of Cello Health.
"Nothing is as powerful as when you see the courage on a patient's face, completely unknown to you, with the will and determination to fight a disease," said the chief growth officer of McCann Health North America.
Greatest professional challenge? "Leaving the security of a big, well-established ad agency and deciding to open my own independent ad agency."
"The view reminds me to always try to see the big picture, to not get too caught up in the trees."
"A global launch of a type-2 diabetes drug. It was a four-year trail of cheers and tears."
"I would say I worked hard, developed strong relationships, took on every stretch assignment I could."
Shane Mayer, VP, client services at InTouch Solutions