One of my favorite patient
advocates consultants–that’s Kym Martin (far right) on a panel I ran at Health 2.0–has a new job at one of the most interesting patient consultant companies. Here’s her story!–Matthew Holt
Let me ask you two questions.
On a scale of 1 to 10, how would you rate the quality of the “real-world” patient insights your team gathers to inform your mission-critical, life-altering work?
Are you clear on the needs, trends, and challenges facing the patients you’re trying to serve?
Why Listen to Me?
For the past four years, I’ve listened to hundreds of healthcare leaders discuss patient issues from their perspective as clinicians, technologists, researchers, academics and administrators.
While I’m grateful to these leaders for working feverishly on my behalf as a patient, I question the completeness of their patient view.
The reason shouldn’t come as a surprise. Patients are too often left out of the conversations about the services and products designed to improve their care.