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July 23, 2018

Hub and specialty pharmacy leaders head to Philadelphia to discuss healthcare transformation

DLSS experts, along with colleagues from its global life science commercialization platform, will share best practices for patient services and access at World Congress’s Integrate 2018 in Philadelphia, Pa., July 23-25.


The multi-day event attracts leaders in specialty distribution, support and compliance to discuss best practices for improving access, adherence and ongoing loyalty. The conference agenda includes Lynda Parker, Chief Business Officer, DLSS Patient Services, as she leads a panel discussion on the evolving needs for Hub and pharmacy alignment with Scott Brewster, Vice President of Operations & Patient Access, Sobi, Inc., Tom Doyle, Executive Vice President, Triplefin, and Howard Flushman, Research Director at Health Strategies Group.


“Healthcare is transforming, so we’ve got to apply the same precision-based thinking to Hub and pharmacy design as we do to precision-based drug development,” shared Parker. “We’ve assembled a great panel to discuss why different manufacturers, therapies and patients have different needs and why models must be tailored to address them.”


Additionally, Jenny Susko from DLSS sister company, The Patient Experience Project, will set the stage for better patient insights as she leads a session called, “Understand the Patient to Enhance Channel Strategies, Ensure Affordable Patient Services, Improve Specialty Distribution and Impact the Patient Experience.”


For more information on the agenda and access via a webcast, visit Integrate 2018.