Health Union's online health communities make it easier to engage the right people: read on to discover all the ways we can help you gain the insights you want and the audiences you need to make smarter decisions.
 

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Health Union's online health communities make it easier to engage the right people: read on to discover all the ways we can help you gain the insights you want and the audiences you need to make smarter decisions.

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A Patient’s Story Amplified:
Data, emotion, and the role pharma can play

This raw and emotional panel interview with psoriatic
disease advocate Alisha Bridges discusses why it’s
important for pharma to understand a person’s entire
patient journey, not just their physical symptoms.
Watch the broadcast on demand to hear more about
Alisha’s story and the large-scale patient-reported survey
data that supports much of her experience.

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Digital Inhaler Interest Among
Asthma and COPD Patients

Results of Health Union’s Asthma In America 2019 and COPD In America 2019 show that nearly half of both populations surveyed are highly interested in using a digital inhaler to help control their condition.

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Meaningful Patient
Engagement Begins Here

Health Union’s patient advocates and the meaningful engagements they create across our online health communities cannot be replicated. Read on and discover why they are an essential piece of the puzzle that helps to make pharma brilliant.

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Patient and data

Make Content Relevant to the Right
People at the Right Moment

Health Union CEO Olivier Chateau says it’s impossible to produce content truly based on your audience’s needs without making a concerted effort to understand those needs.

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Special Living With Podcast Episode: Dating with a
Chronic Condition

Living With is a podcast series that explores the many nuanced aspects of the patient journey that impact individual experiences. In this episode, hear the stories, challenges, and laughter as four Health Union patient advocates share how they approach dating while living with a chronic condition.

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New 2019 Patient-Reported Survey Findings

Each year, Health Union creates large-scale syndicated
studies of thousands of patients and caregivers across all
of Health Union's condition-specific online health
communities. This patient-reported data offer valuable
insight into symptoms, diagnosis and treatment experiences. See what's new from our most recent survey results:

AtopicDermatitis.net

Atopic
Dermatitis.net

InflammatoryBowelDisease.net

InflammatoryBowel
Disease.net

MultipleSclerosis.net

Multiple
Sclerosis.net

AlzheimersDisease.net

Alzheimers
Disease.net

Health Union makes it easy for partners to reach and engage the right patients and build smarter,
more effective programs.

Partern Solutions

Meaningful patient engagement.
Guaranteed results. Brilliant.

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AdvancedBreastCancer.net | Allergies.net* | AlzheimersDisease.net AnkylosingSpondylitis.net | Asthma.net | AtopicDermatitis.net | BladderCancer.net Blood-Cancer.com | COPD.net | Cystic-Fibrosis.com | Endometriosis.net
HepatitisC.net | Heart-Failure.net* | H-I-V.net* | InflammatoryBowelDisease.net IrritableBowelSyndrome.net | LungCancer.net | Lupus.net* | MacularDegeneration.net Migraine.com | MultipleSclerosis.net | ParkinsonsDisease.net | PlaquePsoriasis.com ProstateCancer.net | Psoriatic-Arthritis.com | RheumatoidArthritis.net | SkinCancer.net Sleep-Disorders.net* | Type2Diabetes.com
*Coming soon

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