The seismic changes in consumer behavior and expectations brought on by mobile devices and cloud computing seem to have happened overnight, but they’ve been years in the making. The popularity of user-friendly services offered by the likes of Amazon, Uber, and Apple Pay has driven innovation and disruption across industries. The COVID-19 pandemic further accelerated the shift to digital tools, especially in healthcare
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. – November 7, 2022 – Today, Phil Inc., a patient access platform company that revolutionizes life science product commercialization, announced its technology solution now offers expanded functionality for companies developing prescription digital therapeutics (PDTs). Using Phil’s platform, digital health companies can simplify the healthcare journey for patients with their prescription, manage both pharmacy and medical benefits processes and improve access to prescriptions
“Patient access begins at the moment that a drug is prescribed and encompasses everything that goes with getting a drug into a patient’s hand.” said Len Paolillo, CCO of Impel Pharmaceuticals, during last Thursday’s webinar focused on how the right technology can meaningfully improve the chances a therapy will actually be taken as prescribed. As the life sciences industry faces strong access headwinds in 2022 due to evolving consumer expectations and stricter payer utilization management requirements, the conversation was timely and important. Mr
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. – October 25, 2022 – Phil Inc., a patient access platform company that revolutionizes life science product commercialization with technology to improve patient prescription access, today announced an exclusive partnership with Syneos Health® (Nasdaq:SYNH), the only fully integrated biopharmaceutical solutions organization. Through the strategic partnership, Phil will serve as Syneos Health’s hub partner, creating an end-to-end commercialization solution for life sciences organizations to ensure patients can seamlessly start and adhere to therapy and receive and refill medicines quickly, easily and affordably
Many patients struggle to navigate healthcare effectively, inhibiting access to prescribed therapies. Patrick Leary, Chief Commercial Officer at Phil, shares how technology can break down many of the barriers patients experience, enabling them to better afford and adhere to their medications. Q: What are the most significant challenges patients face today when affording the medications their providers prescribe
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