Point of Care and Engaging HCPs (November 2014)
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Specialty drugs will account for 40 percent of spending by 2020. Should the financial and usage trends continue as they are currently, the specialty class will comprise two out of every five dollars spent within a health plan's pharmacy spend. 1
With specialty brands looking for insight into improving patient outcomes, the focus has turned to what brands can do to further support the access, education, and care for patients who need their brand. “Full-service delivery and distribution specialists are offering a sought after value proposition, one that combines services geared to supply patient education, therapy management and adherence programs.” 2
TrialCard's Hub solution, Product Access Support Services, empowers healthcare providers and supports the patient journey throughout treatment with the brand. TrialCard Product Access Support Services work as the single point of contact to support the clinical, administrative, and financial care needs of a patient's treatment with your brand.
As an example of building success through supporting the patient journey, in a program managed by TrialCard Product Access Support Services for over 7 years, nearly 64,000 patients have gained access to a product. The program has grown annually by 20%.
TrialCard's focus is on fully supporting the patient journey in support of product access across providers, payers, patients and caregivers.
Your brand's patient journey is mapped through:
• Patient Benefit Investigation
• Prior Authorization Support
• Patient Assistance Programs
• Pharmacy Helpdesk Support
• Clinical Nursing Care Support
• Co-Pay Programs
• Adherence Messaging
Product Access Support Services programs provide accelerated speed of therapy for patients and financial support counseling with attentive, high touch customer service. TrialCard's unique Prior Authorization Support Solution allows patients to start on their therapy while the Prior Authorization administration is ongoing, giving immediate access to therapy for patients.
TrialCard acts as an extension of the healthcare providers' staff to provide a single point of contact for financial resources and payer claims administration to help the office support the patient.
Specialists at TrialCard's Customer Experience Center provide the patient experience which represents your brand's commitment to patient care.
TrialCard provides patient access for your brand across providers, patients, payers, and caregivers. Use TrialCard to map out and support each step in your patient's journey.
HQ Address: 6501 Weston Parkway Suite 100, Cary, NC 27513
Customer Experience Center Address: 14001 Weston Parkway, Suite 100, Cary, NC 27513
Fulfillment Center Address: 140 Southcenter Court, Suite 500, Morrisville, NC 27560
Phone: 1-877-343-1238Website: firstname.lastname@example.org
Year Founded: 2000
Total Reach: 25,000 Hospitalists
1Medco Health Solutions Inc. Medco 2011 Drug Trend Report, Executive Summary. 2011; 12.
2URAC | Specialty pharmacy white paper | The Patient-Centered Outgrowth of Specialty Pharmacy (https://www.urac.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/09/urac_pqm_specialty_white_paper.pdf) accessed October 13, 2014
Cello Health Communications
Cello Health Communications combines science, strategy and creativity to unlock evidence and drive differentiated engagement solutions for a diverse mix of clients in the biopharmaceutical, device and diagnostic, OTC, nutraceutical, and well-being sectors. We offer a range of scientific, medical, and healthcare communications services, including landscape analysis and assessment, strategic communications planning, audience identification and engagement, medical education programming, medical marketing, consumer health marketing, and training solutions for field sales and MSL programs.
Our teams help clients build a foundational evidence base and translate that into outcome-focused behavior change. The initiatives we develop help to define the strategic challenge, create differentiated positioning, optimize brand value propositions, and engage influencer audiences in a unique manner, challenging them to ‘do something different'. Our deep understanding of the scientific evidence behind molecules enables us to evaluate and apply core clinical data sets and other insights within a strategic framework to support and drive clinical and commercial success.
Cello Health Communications is part of Cello Health, a collaborative group that offers a unique mix of capabilities structured to help clients unlock the potential of their assets, brands and organizations. Cello Health Communications focuses on evidence to engagement strategies and support across product and brand lifecycles, while its partners Cello Health Insight and Cello Health Consulting provide global market research and strategic marketing consultancy, respectively. Cello Health's goal is to continue to build collaborative, integrated solutions that optimize our service offerings for clients while maintaining “best in class” excellence within each of our capabilities.
OUR CORE COMPETENTCIES
Evidence-based perspectives: In-depth landscape analysis and competitive assessments to help our clients identify gaps, evaluate their clinical program, and identify key influencers.
Market access solutions: Helping our clients create compelling evidence-based value propositions and communicate the core value story through integrated Health Economics & Outcomes Research (HEOR) evidence generation and dissemination planning, HEOR- and payer-focused advisory initiatives, formulary submission dossiers and other collateral resources.
Strategic communications programming: Partnering with client teams to develop comprehensive strategies and implement tactical plans to communicate the evidence across the lifecycle.
Evidence is our core, content is our strength.
Address: 790 Township Line Rd, Yardley, PA 19067
New Business Contact: Suzann Schiller, Executive Vice President, Strategic Collaborations
Year Founded: 2002
Office Locations: Philadelphia, New York City, Chicago, and the UK
Society of Hospital Medicine
Hospital medicine is the fastest growing medical specialty, with 84% of teaching hospitals having at least three hospitalists on staff, and 89% of hospitals with more than 200 beds having a hospital medicine program. There are currently more than 44,000 hospitalists in the United States and Canada.
The Society of Hospital Medicine (SHM) is a professional medical society representing more than 14,000 hospitalists in the U.S. dedicated to providing exceptional care to the hospitalized patient. SHM is the only medical society devoted entirely to hospitalists and the hospital medicine movement.
What is Hospital Medicine?
Hospital medicine is a medical specialty dedicated to the delivery of comprehensive medical care to hospitalized patients. Practitioners of hospital medicine include hospital-based physicians, clinicians and administrators who engage in clinical care, teaching, research, or leadership in the field of general hospital medicine. In addition to their core expertise managing the clinical problems of acutely ill hospitalized patients, hospital medicine practitioners work to enhance the performance of hospitals and healthcare systems by:
• Prompt and complete attention to all patient care needs including diagnosis, treatment and the performance of medical procedures (within their scope of practice).
• Employing quality and process improvement techniques
• Collaboration, communication and coordination with all physicians and healthcare personnel caring
for hospitalized patients
• Safe transitioning of patient care within the hospital, and from the hospital to the community, which may include oversight of care in post-acute care facilities.
• Efficient use of hospital and healthcare resources
What is a Hospitalist?
A hospitalist is a clinician who specializes in the practice of hospital medicine. Following medical school, physician hospitalists typically undergo residency training in general internal medicine, general pediatrics, or family practice, but may also receive training in other medical disciplines. Some hospitalists undergo additional post-residency training specifically focused on hospital medicine, or acquire other indicators of expertise in the field, such as the Society of Hospital Medicine's Fellowship in Hospital Medicine (FHM) or the American Board of Internal Medicine's Recognition of Focused Practice (RFP) in Hospital Medicine.
Whether in marketing, advertising, medical education, sales or recruiting, industry professionals have many reasons for considering hospitalists as customers. The Society of Hospital Medicine has experience working with industry partners from pharmaceutical and biotech, medical device, IT/business solutions, recruiting/staffing and payers.