HealthyWomen to Host "Pharma in the Digital Age" Panel Discussion at the Digital Health Summit in New York City

WHO: Kathleen Dyer, CIO, Adventist Healthcare and HealthyWomen Board member
WHAT:Ms. Dyer, along with noted panelists, Gretchen Peters, director of eHealth at Walgreens; Barbara Senich, senior vice president of marketing and business line management at PDR Network; and Michael Spitz, senior vice president of digital health at Edelman, will be on hand to share their perspectives on technology and infrastructure advances that are changing the health care landscape: from the doctor's visit and the drugstore prescription to the drugs themselves and the push towards more personalized medicine. Ilyssa Levins, president of the Center for Communication Compliance will be the panel moderator. Panelists will discuss:
  • How will big Pharma's business change over the next decade?
  • How will they work differently with health providers AND patients?
  • What new innovations are on the horizon that includes engaging differently in the marketplace?
WHEN: Wednesday, June 26, 2013 at 4:00pm ET
WHERE:Digital Health Summit
Metropolitan Pavilion: 125 W 18th St. NY, NY [MAP]
The Gallery (4th Floor)
CONTACT:If you'd like to speak with Kathleen Dyer after the session for a brief interview, please contact Michelle Sawatka-Fernandez via email (mfernandez@healthywomen.org) or mobile (917-428-1321).
ABOUT:HealthyWomen (HW) is the nation's leading nonprofit health information source for women. For nearly 25 years, women have been coming to HW for answers to their most pressing and personal health care questions. HW provides award-winning health information through a wide array of online content and print publications that are original, objective and reviewed and approved by medical experts. Its HON-certified website, www.HealthyWomen.org®, has been recognized by ForbesWoman as one of the "Top 100 Websites for Women" for the third year in a row and was named the top women's health website by Dr. Mehmet Oz in O, The Oprah Magazine. To learn more, visit www.HealthyWomen.org.
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