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Boston, MA, May 15, 2018 – Trinity, a leading global life sciences consulting firm, today announced it will attend several important industry events across the U.S. this month. Covering topics ranging from innovation and endocrinology research to managed care, Trinity leaders are looking forward to presenting on and learning the latest updates in rare disease and patient advocacy, health care expenditure and the patient journey to continue to help clients make informed decisions in today’s continuously evolving business landscape.
Life sciences industry events Trinity will attend include:
- Intellus Worldwide Summit, May 6-8: Steve Yonish, Kyle Martin and Devon Reimer attended the Intellus Worldwide Summit in Philadelphia. The summit focused on new ways of understanding the patient journey including how insight professionals think about and provide solutions to optimize the patient experience.
- Innovation Leader’s Deep Dive: Transforming Healthcare, May 16-17: Matt Giambrone will participate in the Innovation Leader’s Deep Dive at the Pulse@MassChallenge healthcare accelerator in Boston to hear best practices to better enable healthcare companies to successfully foster, pilot test and roll out new concepts.
- American Association of Clinical Endocrinologists (AACE) 27th Annual Scientific and Clinical Congress, May 16-20: Irana Kolev will attend the AACE Scientific and Clinical Congress to hear the latest information on the diagnosis and management of endocrine diseases. Irana will also be presenting a poster for a recent Trinity health economics outreach research (HEOR) study on chronic hypoparathyroidism on May 19 from 10-11 am ET.
- International Society for Pharmacoeconomics and Outcomes Research (ISPOR) 23rd Annual Meeting, May 19-23: Nandini Hadker, Gavin Miyasato, Zahra Alkhateeb, Amod Athavale and Kalin Hennegan will be attending the ISPOR Annual Meeting in Baltimore to engage in the latest discussions around the role of real-world evidence and digital health in healthcare decision making. Trinity will also be presenting research in 3 poster presentations during ISPOR: a Medicare claims analysis quantifying the degree and impact of multiple sclerosis, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis and Alzheimer’s disease sub-specialization among neurologists, along with a Burden of Illness study and systematic literature review assessing the challenges with characterizing and managing hypoactive sexual desire disorder in women.
“At Trinity, we are committed to continuous learning and innovation to ensure we’re at the forefront of topics that matter to our clients,” said Yogesh Soneji, Partner, Trinity. “We look forward to presenting research and continuing to find solutions to the complex business challenges that confront pharmaceutical, biotech, and medical device companies around the globe.”
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