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|28th August 2018
Blue Latitude Health explores the relationship between physicians and genetic counsellors, and the impact this has on turning precision medicine into a reality for oncology patients.
|6th August 2018
Senior Associate UX Consultant Amit Sheinholtz was recently awarded City University’s prestigious prize for Outstanding Project of the Year. BLH caught up with him to get the inside scoop on his master’s thesis on mental health apps and what it takes to create excellent research
|27th July 2018
As the NHS celebrates its 70th birthday and a £20bn “birthday gift” from the UK government, we find out how one company is delivering what the National Health Service really needs – a financially sustainable method of healthcare management. Dr Kruti Patel Clinical Operations Manager at virtual healthcare provider Medefer tells us more.
|20th June 2018
BLH Director and Head of Customer Experience Elisa Del Galdo explores the latest digital healthcare trends and reveals the innovations changing the sector today.
|11th June 2018
Precision medicine promises to revolutionise patient outcomes and reduce costs for industry but is pharma ready for it? Blue Latitude Health Co-founder and Head of Strategy Fred Bassett explores the challenges and opportunities while introducing the latest issue of 'Perspective' magazine on this weighty topic.
|30th May 2018
Nancy Hunter is the Marketing Director at a cutting-edge pharmaceutical company. Here she explains how a sharp focus on patients’ needs is driving a new operating model for marketing first-in-class drugs, and she describes how her mother’s experience as a cancer patient has shaped her own outlook on healthcare.
|14th May 2018
One in 10 women have Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome, however, recent evidence suggests women with gynaecological issues are being failed by the NHS. This honest account of the patient journey for a woman with PCOS highlights the emotional and physical barriers patients’ experience when seeking a diagnosis