The foundation of Legacy Health Strategies’ patient engagement methodologies are based on the lessons Rolf learned from his first-hand experience as a patient. When partnering with our pharmaceutical and medical device clients to create customized programs, we use this approach to create awareness , help patients activate into care, and stay adherent to treatment protocol, […]
We’ve all heard the statistic: more than 50% of patients don’t take their medications as prescribed, which leads to billions of dollars of lost pharmaceutical sales and hundreds of thousands of lives at risk. It’s so much of an issue that more and more medical device innovators are creating systems and devices that remind patients […]
Encouraging More Patients to Take the First Step Getting a patient to take that first step — patient activation, we like to call it — is one of the biggest challenges pharmaceutical, medical device, and clinical trial organizations have. And no wonder; we all know proactively paying attention to and managing your own health is […]
Spinal solutions, joint and bone stabilization and repair, pacemakers, colostomy bags, stents: the list of advanced medical devices is seemingly endless and continues to grow. Yet making the decision to have a procedure or surgery is never easy, even when the goal is to reduce pain, begin a journey toward recovery, or even save a […]
Your organization needs ongoing patient engagement strategies and solutions, but what should you take on in-house and what should you outsource? Can your current agency achieve the results you need? What services and levels of expertise do you need to do it right? Based on hundreds of patient conversations and client initiatives within the medical […]
From the perspective of a pharmaceutical and medical device company — or any healthcare system for that matter — the journey for an engaged patient goes something like this: Awareness:The patient or loved one becomes aware of the disease, treatment, risk, or opportunities for health improvement. Acquisition: They connect with an organization or professional who […]
SAN DIEGO, May 2, 2017, Legacy Health Strategies’ care managers are now Centerfirst Certified™ for achieving sustained, above-standard performance on contact center customer service skills for a patient support program. Centerfirst Certified™ is a distinction provided to Centerfirst Outsourced QM™ clients who have adopted the highest industry standards of regulatory compliance and customer service excellence and […]
As part of this year’s BioOhio Annual Conference Rolf Benirschke will moderate a panel discussion on “Why We Do What We Do – Patient Stories.” Other members of the panel include: Ian Burkhart, Patient Speaker, Dublin Jerome High School Boys Lacrosse Coach, Accounting student at The Ohio State University. After being rendered a quadriplegic, doctors implanted a […]
Legacy Health Strategies’ Co-Founder and Chief Patient Officer, Rolf Benirschke, is scheduled to be the Keynote Speaker at The Economic Club of Grand Rapids on Monday, April 17, 2017. The Economic Club of Grand Rapids is an association of individuals interested in, and contributing to, the growing economic health of the Grand Rapids metropolitan area. […]
Rolf Benirschke will be giving a Keynote address at the CBI Formulary, Co-Pay & Access Summit in San Francisco on Tuesday, April 11. Based on Rolf’s life experiences, “Lessons from a Grateful Patient” will focus on the needs of the patient and the importance of pharma and biotech companies to continue innovation and to continue improving […]
Rolf Benirschke, Legacy Health Strategies’ Co-Founder and Chief Patient Officer, will be the Keynote Speaker at A Policy Briefing on Innovation & Access at the Texas State Capitol in Austin, Texas, on Wednesday, March 8, 2017.
Rolf Benirschke, Legacy Health Strategies’ Co-Founder and Chief Patient Officer, will moderate a panel discussion in Sacramento on Wednesday, February 22, 2017. The briefing topic is concussions and CTE disease with renowned scientist Bennet Omalu, M.D., who was depicted in the movie, “Concussion”.