08/14/2019 - Dr. David Nash Joins healtheo360 Board of Directors
healtheo360, an online community of patients and caregivers with a network of over 30 million, has announced that David Nash, MD, MBA, Founding Dean Emeritus of the Jefferson College of Population Health has joined the Board of Directors.
Repeatedly named on Modern Healthcare‘s List of Most Powerful Persons in Healthcare, Nash’s national activities cover a wide scope. He is a principal faculty member of the quality of care programming for the American Association of Physician Leadership (AAPL). He also serves on the National Quality Forum (NQF) Task Force on Improving Population Health, and the John M. Eisenberg Award Committee for The Joint Commission.
08/06/2019 - Greg Byam has joined the company as Vice President, Business Development
healtheo360, an online community of patients and caregivers with a network of over 30 million, has announced that Greg Byam has joined the company as Vice President, Business Development.
With over 20 years of experience, Greg has devoted his career to leveraging innovative digital technologies, driving value-based solutions and measuring return on investment. Starting his career with Wyeth Pharmaceutical (now Pfizer), and then leading digital transformation with Reed Elsevier, Greg has since worked across point of care, HCP, and Managed Markets. His most recent work has been focused on driving adherence by helping to enhance patient support strategies. “I am excited to join the team at healtheo360 where I can utilize my expertise in conjunction with our proprietary platform to promote the voice of the patient”.
01/21/2016 - “YouTube of healthcare” wants to extend reach of pharma, biotech to patient communities
An online patient community network that enlists video to weave personal accounts of the patient experience has partnered with a couple of Big Pharma companies in a bid to support interest in and recruitment for clinical trials. Healtheo360’s approach raises some interesting questions about the trajectory some companies are taking to make it easier for companies to reach their target audience. Kind of the opposite of helping people access healthcare.
Healtheo360 was founded by healthcare marketer David Duplay who serves as the CEO of the company. Although it began as a way to help patients tell their stories, it has expanded with a mobile app, which it is upgrading, and a weekly online program. That programming, sponsored by the U.S. Food and Drug administration, Pfizer, and the American Cancer Society, may spotlight someone a physician talking about Lewy Body Dementia or a big pharma company talking about biosimilars.