2021 Webinar Series

Transforming the Patient Support Experience

Please join us. We're kicking off a year-long webinar series designed to explore the most inventive ways pharma manufacturers can support patients as they get on and stay on complex specialty therapies. 


Part 1: Automation Reduces Patient Fallout

Wednesday, April 14, 2021 @ 1 pm ET


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Your brand makes a significant investment into your patient access, support, and affordability programs. But what happens when patient enrollment is down, and providers are ready to view any process or paperwork complication with your drug as a reason to prescribe another?

Join hub and connected patient support experts Ticia Cawley and Bryan Lawson as they dive into tips that you'll implement to spread awareness of the services your hub provides while easing the patient and prescriber journeys.

Who should attend? Drug launch teams, field support teams, sales teams, patient teams, support teams, market access teams.

In this webinar, you'll learn these things and more:

  1. How to drive a patient's relationship with your brand so they feel supported and loyal
  2. The most efficient ways to communicate services with patients
  3. How the patient benefits when the prescriber experience is as EHR-centric as possible
  4. Where prescriber administrative burdens can be greatly reduced to increase efficiency
  5. Opportunities to support prescribers through the prior authorization process without delaying the start of therapy for patients

Ticia Cawley, VP Business Development, ConnectiveRx

Ticia's expertise in affordability and hub services for specialty products is unparalleled when it comes to applying that to best-fit commercialization and patient support strategies. A passionate and results oriented biotech professional, Ticia has over 20 years of healthcare experience and has driven sustainable business performance and cultural change to benchmark levels in the specialty pharma sector. Ms. Cawley earned her BS from Northwestern University in Evanston, IL, and her BSN from Salem State College in Salem, MA.