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Lost in Transition

Treating rare disease shouldn’t be like a bad game of telephone, with each step generating chaos and confusion. Patient adherence suffers, quality of care diminishes, manufacturers miss out on vital feedback and cost goes up. But imagine if you could cut past all that. We did.

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February 25, 2016

Rare Disease Day Matters

You may not be as familiar with Rare Disease Day, held on the last day of February every year to raise awareness of rare diseases. This year, it even falls on the very rare Leap Day. We care and you should too.
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February 17, 2016

Dohmen Company Foundation unveils HealthHero App to help Milwaukee youth

Dohmen Company Foundation & City Leaders unveil HealthHero to help improve the lives of Milwaukee youth.
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November 24, 2015

Viewpoint: Up next: Rare-disease precision marketing

Let's call it precision marketing. Companies that succeed with orphan drugs will be those that can make the paradigm shift from traditional pharmaceutical marketing aimed at large disease populations to precision marketing focused on overall patient experience with a robust support program as the centerpiece.
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November 02, 2015

Owning Leadership: LaConte Transforms Dohmen

“Own leadership.” That is the No. 1 piece of leadership advice Cynthia LaConte, president and chief executive officer of The Dohmen Co., gives to others.
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September 17, 2015

Panel: Talent, institutional buy-in keys to growing biosciences in WI

In a panel discussion on growing the biosciences in Wisconsin, CEOs of four companies emphasized the importance of reeling in top-tier employees and called on institutions, including the state’s legislature and flagship university, to do more for the industry.
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September 17, 2015

Panel tackles barriers, opportunities for women in biosciences

Women make up roughly 75 percent of the U.S. healthcare workforce, according to the federal Bureau of Labor Statistics. And they make as much as 90 percent of the medical decisions for their families, according to some studies. Yet women hold top leadership positions in just 5 percent of healthcare companies, Wendy White, president of the Healthcare Businesswomen's Association, said Wednesday afternoon at the Wisconsin Bioscience Summit.
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September 16, 2015

Bioscience execs say sector deserves greater support in Wisconsin

Madison — An aging population and dwindling median income, along with a lack of growth in manufacturing, all point to one thing: Wisconsin needs a plan for expanding high-paying jobs, key bioscience executives said Wednesday.
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September 16, 2015

Wisconsin biotech CEOs: State is too humble in marketing itself as industry hub

Wisconsin businesses are just too humble, according to a panel of CEOs assembled at Monona Terrace on Wednesday afternoon. “We have this serious inferiority complex and it’s so unjustified,” said Cynthia LaConte, CEO of Dohmen Life Science Services, a Milwaukee business that does staffing and consulting work with entrepreneurial life sciences firms. “We not only have great people, we have a fantastic quality of life in this state and we’re not telling our story to prospective investors.”
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