Tag: patient advocacy

Posted on December 9, 2015

HOW PHARMA CAN WIN IN THE DIGITAL WORLD: McKinsey- David Champagne (London), Amy Hung (New Jersey) & Olivier Leclerc (California)

The digital revolution continues to transform healthcare fundamentally, and many people believe that a tipping point is finally within reach. In 2014, digital health investments topped $6.5 billion, compared with $2.9 billion a year earlier.1 The critical question now for pharmaceutical companies is how to stay ahead of these changes. To answer it, we sought […] Read More

Posted on January 12, 2015

PATIENT’S RIGHTS TO EXPERIMENTAL DRUGS Raymond Rupert MD, MBA, Rupert Case Management Inc.

Critically ill patients and their doctors who have tried everything eventually run out of options. In order to increase their options some US states have passed new “Right To Try” laws. Patients such as Larry Kutt, age 65, of Lyon Colorado who has advanced blood cancer (multiple myeloma) has run out of options. Now under […] Read More

Posted on November 1, 2014

WHEN NO ONE IS DRIVING THE BUS, PATIENTS ARE UP THE CREEK WITHOUT A PADDLE:

Veronica was  a very complex young lady. She was 32 and had type 1 diabetes. She had a serious motility (motor) disorder of her colon. Her gut did not move food contents along from top to bottom, in the way that it should. This lead to a number of serious complications including persistent vomiting and […] Read More

Posted on November 13, 2012

ASK THE SMARTEST PERSON ON THE PLANET, WHY NOT?

PRESS TO LISTEN TO AUDIO   Listen to audio (MP3) The smartest people always seem to work somewhere else. So why can’t we invite them to work with us and help us to solve complex healthcare problems? This is what we do at Rupert Case Management (RCM). This is an advanced management practice called open […] Read More