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Reflections on the Most Chaotic Year of our Lives

This year has been…well…A YEAR. A YEAR of a novel coronavirus that was unpredictable and, for many, unforgiving. A YEAR where the world simply felt like it had stopped, frozen in time. A YEAR where we saw the most significant and vocal movement for racial equity following some of the worst injustices we’ve seen in …

It’s Always a Good Time To Be a Badass Woman

Today is Women’s Equality Day, commemorating the 100th anniversary of the ratification of the 19th Amendment. In guaranteeing women the right to vote, the Amendment engendered the single largest expansion of democracy since our nation’s founding, notwithstanding the enormous barriers that women of color have faced for decades. It’s particularly important to note its significance as we …

The Biggest Takeaway from JPM: A Strong Voice on Pricing Is No Longer Optional

The J.P. Morgan Healthcare Conference usually begins – unofficially – with the announcement of a large acquisition, getting people talking about the big deals they expect in the year ahead. This year was different. Instead of a mega-buyout, the announcement that started the chatter was an upstart venture-backed company, EQRx. The company – which didn’t …

The Dilemma

As data and insight pervade the healthcare marketer’s and communicator’s playbook, are we at-the-ready to put it to the test to truly influence critical decision making? Today, business, specifically in the healthcare sector, is benefiting from a multitude of analytics models to provide logical explanations and clear direction for how to address situations. These models …

Meet #W2OSXSW Speaker: Mona Siddiqui MD, MPH, Chief Data Officer, US Department of Health and Human Services

It all comes full circle. A year ago, I had the pleasure of meeting one of the smartest people in the healthcare space at the party W2O hosts every year at SXSW. This woman’s name is Mona Siddiqui and she is the Chief Data Officer for the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS). Fast …

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