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A Blueprint for Better Health: Best Practices & Strategies to Implement PSPs that Improve Patient OutcomesA Blueprint for Better Health: Best Practices & Strategies to Implement PSPs that Improve Patient Outcomes

A Blueprint for Better Health: Best Practices & Strategies to Implement PSPs that Improve Patient Outcomes

Widely embraced by healthcare providers and pharmaceutical companies, Patient Support Programmes (PSPs) leverage data and technology to provide tailored support, such as treatment reminders, access to care coordinators, and financial assistance, which can lead to better health outcomes and reduced healthcare costs. However, the efficacy of PSPs is heavily dependent on proper implementation; without effective integration into clinical practice, adequate training for healthcare professionals, and patient engagement, these programs risk being underutilised and will fail to deliver their full benefits. That’s why meticulous planning and execution of PSPs is fundamental to their success.
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A Complete Guide to Understanding What is a Patient Support Program (PSP)A Complete Guide to Understanding What is a Patient Support Program (PSP)

A Complete Guide to Understanding What is a Patient Support Program (PSP)

A Patient Support Program (PSP) can include a variety of initiatives aimed at improving patient outcomes. These programmes are structured initiatives, designed to provide comprehensive assistance and guidance to patients navigating complex healthcare journeys by fostering collaboration between drug manufacturers, healthcare providers, patients, and caregivers within the UK healthcare system. The evidence so far already demonstrates the positive impact of PSPs on patients, healthcare providers, and pharma companies with improved adherence, treatment outcomes, utilization of health services, and reduced costs.
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PSP Challenges For Pharma Companies In Their Quest For Patient-Centric SolutionsPSP Challenges For Pharma Companies In Their Quest For Patient-Centric Solutions

PSP Challenges For Pharma Companies In Their Quest For Patient-Centric Solutions

Patient Support Programs (PSPs) serve as a transformative force within healthcare, benefiting patients, pharmaceutical brands, and the health system alike. For patients, PSPs offer comprehensive support that extends beyond medical treatment, fostering adherence to therapy, providing education, and ensuring emotional well-being, which collectively lead to improved health outcomes and quality of life.
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Importance of symptom tracking on adherence Importance of symptom tracking on adherence

Importance of symptom tracking on adherence

The landscape of digital health is rapidly evolving. The integration of symptom-tracking features in health apps is reshaping the way individuals engage with their own health. As more companies harness the power of technology, digital symptom tracking is emerging as a vital tool for enhancing adherence to health and treatment plans. This blog explores the advantages of integrating symptom tracking into digital health apps and the pivotal role it plays in promoting proactive and personalised healthcare.
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Remote patient monitoring and improving patient outcomes.Remote patient monitoring and improving patient outcomes.

Remote patient monitoring and improving patient outcomes.

Technological advancements have reshaped how we approach patient care in the past decade. One such innovation is Remote Patient Monitoring (RPM), which leverages digital solutions to monitor and manage patient's health remotely, offering a transformative impact on healthcare delivery.
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Technology Fatigue is Real for Clinicians - How to Avoid itTechnology Fatigue is Real for Clinicians - How to Avoid it

Technology Fatigue is Real for Clinicians - How to Avoid it

Although the state of healthcare has always been a true reflection of how advanced (or primitive) a nation’s economy is, the ongoing pandemic has put the healthcare of global economies under immense strain. With doctors and healthcare professionals still struggling to deal with surging death rates and new strains of the Coronavirus, it has been a long and unending battle for the frontline warriors. 
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World AIDS Day 2022World AIDS Day 2022

World AIDS Day 2022

"I believe that digital health products will play a key role in meeting the 2030 SDG of ending the AIDS epidemic. Today our plethora of digital health products for PLHIV are people at risk are increasing the rates of diagnosis, streamlining access to care and increasing compliance. These help us get closer to the interim goal of having 90% of PLHIV and people at risk being linked to people centred and context specific integrated services. On World AIDS Day we are recommitting to supporting the world in ending the AIDS epidemic." Dr Nayan Kalnad, CEO and Co-Founder of Avegen
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The NHS waiting list crisis and how digital health can help solve itThe NHS waiting list crisis and how digital health can help solve it

The NHS waiting list crisis and how digital health can help solve it

With the NHS waiting list crisis steadily worsening, digital health solutions can help solve the issue, but they need to be implemented nationally and fast. As the waiting list lengthens to over 8 million by the summer of 20241, combining technology and healthcare becomes increasingly crucial. In this article, let us delve into some innovative digital health strategies which could be implemented to alleviate the strain on healthcare resources and improve care for patients waiting for surgery.
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The evolution of Patient Support Programmes The evolution of Patient Support Programmes

The evolution of Patient Support Programmes

Patient support programmes or PSPs have rapidly increased in number and complexity over the last few years, reflecting the increasing importance patient experience plays. From their humble beginnings as simple drug information hotlines, PSPs have grown into comprehensive, hybrid programmes aimed at improving patient outcomes, adherence, and overall quality of life.
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