3rd Patient Centricity & Collaboration World Congress 2022 Americas

Understanding the Patient Journey, enabling a more Patient-Centric Approach

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Patient meets Innovation & Collaboration

Understanding the Patient Journey, enabling a more Patient-Centric Approach.

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Paradigm Global Events is proud to welcome you to the upcoming Patient Centricity and Collaboration World Congress 2022 Americas. 

The two-day Congress aims to build meaningful collaborations within the industry, advocacy groups, clinicians, researchers, and most importantly, patients and their caregivers. Gain practical strategies and best practices on challenges, innovations, technologies, and concepts in achieving this goal.



This Congress is beneficial to patients, pharmaceutical, biotech companies, researchers, physicians, patient advocacy groups, regulatory agencies, technology, and healthcare companies.

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Key Industry Expert Speakers

Meet Our Professionals

Tricia Mullins

Global Head, Patient Advocacy, Atara Biotherapeutics

Richard Jones

Patient Engagement Managing Director, Open Health Group

Wendy Erler

VP Patient Advocacy STAR & LEAP, Alexion Pharmaceuticals, Inc.

Jocelyn Duff

Co-Founder/Executive Director, CureCMT4J/Talia Duff Foundation

Alan J. Balch, PhD.,

CEO, National Patient Advocate Foundation

Frank Rivera

Co-Founder/President- Stronger Than Sarcoidosis


Content Rich Program Agenda!  Featuring Keynote Presentations, Stream Sessions, Panel, and Round Table Discussions.

  • Day 1 01/09/2022
  • Day 2 02/09/2022
  • Auditorium 1


  • The value of engaging and communicating with the patient in every part of the clinical research process
  • Examining the right approach for patient and industry to positively impact healthcare costs and patient outcomes
    through patient engagement
  • How can patient expertise create significant value to the industry?
  • What are the best practices and strategies to guarantee that patient centricity is at the forefront of pharma?

Kalahn Taylor-Clark, PhD, MPH, Vice President and Head of Strategic Partnerships and Innovation, Myovant Sciences

  • Doctors should empower patients during the diagnosis
  • The power of a patient-centric diagnosis
  • Empowered patients are active participants in their healthcare
  • Empowered patients drive innovation that helps them and future patients

Khrystal K Davis, JD, Founding President, Texas Rare Alliance

  • Can digital tools and technologies drive a significant increase in patient satisfaction?
  • Improving patient engagement and outcomes through technology
  • What are the benefits of the digital health ecosystem to patient carers and the healthcare systems?

Senior Representative, Open Health

  • Patient Centricity requires new mindsets, relationships – and structures, company-wide.
  • No stage of development, from discovery through delivery, gets a pass.
  • No company function continues as before.
  • Company culture changes, too.
  • This isn’t easy but the results are worth the journey: to improve outcomes for patients and business performance alike.
  • If Patient Centricity is a fad, then it’s a failure. It should be the new way of doing business.

Anthony Yanni, MD, Senior Vice President and Head of Patient Centricity, Astellas Pharma

  • Gain insights on how they view a successful patient-centred collaboration
    Understanding what the patient is looking for and what is important
    Discuss opportunities for enhanced collaboration in the future
    Valuable feedback and strategies on how to improve collaboration that makes a real-world difference

Cheya Pope, Vice President of Corporate Affairs & Patient Advocacy, Epizyme



  • Harnessing the power of multi-stakeholder collaboration tomake a scientifically informed recommendation
  • Lessons learned that could benefit the patients
  • Proposed interventions in helping patients to engage
  • Finding common shared ground between groups and buildtailored programs within lifecycle activities
  • How can the foundational elements of patient-centred carebe embedded in the care culture
  • Effectively setting a common goal to set expectations onboth sides
  • Why evaluate partnerships?
  • Evaluation steps
  • What to evaluate? Possible metrics
  • What methods can be used?
    Putting it into practice
  • Have patient “Advisors” on a panel for clinical trials.
  • Have a patient advocate/liaison collaborating.
  • Patient Surveys

Ambre L. Minty, Founder, Living With Dys

  • Education of the process of clinical trials
  • Listen to the Patient needs and help them to understandwhat the focus of the trial is.
  • Understanding Pharmaceutical costs of trials and research
  • Dealing with an illness with multiple organ involvement.
  • Rare Disease

Frank Rivera, President, Stronger Than Sarcoidosis

  • Understand one patient’s healthcare journey.
  • Gain insights into how patients work best with industry.
  • Understand what the patient is looking for and why it’simportant.
  • Discuss best practices for enhanced collaboration in thefuture.

Lisa Deck, Board Member, Moyamoya Foundation & RareNew England


  • Integration of the patient perspective into the developmentprocess
  • Patient-based evidence that improves the alignment of development activities with the needs of patients
  • Importance of successful engagement with patients duringCOVID-19
  • Lessons learned on improving access and experiences inclinical research
  • Explore “Return on Engagement” work done to measureand evaluate the value proposition of Patient-Centricactivities in clinical research
  • Reviewing major regulatory developments in support ofpatient-centred Research.
  • Gain insights from global surveys on patient and publicclinical research perceptions and experiences and COVID-19 impacts
  • Review concrete examples of industry Patient-Centricinitiatives and projects

Behtash Bahador, Associate Director, CISCRP

  • Key opportunities and challenges when working virtually
  • Top tips for effective virtual patient and public involvement
  • The future: the value of continuing working virtually
  • Review existing regulatory and ethical tenets of researchand how they must be incorporated into standardpractices when implementing decentralization.
  • Educating and empowering the trilogy of research –sponsors, ethical review boards and the research site tofulfil the mission of decentralization.
  • Explore and partner with existing health care solutions toenable established programs to implement the standardsof research.
  • Collaborate with shareholders to provide innovative DCTstrategies to all research sites.

Networking Drinks Reception - Exhibit Area

  • Auditorium 1


  • Why diversity and inclusion in clinical trials are crucial?
  • Understanding critical barriers to minority and underserved patient communities participation in clinical trials
  • Actionable ways to improve diversity in clinical trials
  • What can the industry do to promote more diversity in the future?
  • Latest guidelines that make healthcare more inclusive

Tricia Mullins, Global Head, Patient Advocacy, Atara Biotherapeutics

  • What do we really know about patient safety, both as an industry and an individual and what are the challenges weface?
  • How can technology play a role in ensuring patient safety, compliance and pharmacovigilance?
  • How we can leverage individual and collective data to ensure proper care and Quality of life while reducing damage,saving time and money.

Christine Von Raesfeld, Founder & CEO, People with Empathy

Kristof Vanfraechem, Founder & CEO, Data For Patients

Carolina Consuegra, Co-Founder, Marketing & Strategy Director, Science2People

  • Incorporating robust and meaningful patient engagement for a more informed decision-making
  • Strategies and best practices in facilitating patient recruitment and retention in clinical trials
  • Enhance understanding and use appropriate methods to capture patient understanding of the benefits and riskoutcomes
  • How to best communicate patient information to support decision-making
  • Recognising key areas to ensure patients’ experiences, perspectives, needs, and priorities are captured and meaningfullyincorporated into drug development and evaluation.
  • Patient’s input to improve quality, relevance, safety and efficacy of drug development
  • Challenges and opportunities for patient-centric product design
  • The role of respective stakeholders and the way they interact, from the early steps of drug development to access inreal life?
  • The importance of data democratization
  • Common challenges in clinical data review that hinders clinical trials
  • Strategies in overcoming these challenges
  • How to seamlessly integrate data from a variety of sources?
  • How to improve safety review efficiencies and reduce the timeline to critical studies?
  • What it takes to get it right and how to avoid common pitfalls
  • Key priorities and opportunities for advocacy during COVID-19 and beyond
  • New ways of thinking to ensure the industry remains a credible and valuable partner now and in the future
  • Better collaboration between industry and patient organisations leads to improvements in patient care

14:15- 14:45, 14:50 - 15:20 - ROUND TABLE DISCUSSIONS - divided between 2 sessions of 30 mins. (5 mins. to change table)- Attendees have 2 round table options to attend

  • Learn how medical PTSD impacts patients ranging from newly diagnosed to long-term care
  • Understand the category of ways medical PTSD can develop
  • Discover opportunities for patients and providers to collaborate to alleviate symptoms of medical PTSD

Emily Parks, Founder, POP! Pissed Off Patients

  • Putting the patient first achieves the best experience and outcome for that person and their family
  • Improve communication from staff shift-changes in a hospital to getting the patient discharged faster
  • Setting expectations soon
  • Updating goals and outcomes; timely

Barby Ingle, President, International Pain Foundation

  • COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted the need for patient-centricity, understanding the drivers for innovation in pharma
  • Partnering with patients and placing patient well-being at the core of all initiatives
  • Shifting towards disease-oriented to patient-centric
  • Innovative approaches for direct-to-patient assume significant importance for driving patient-centricity
  • Technologies that enhance the patient-centricity in pharma

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Available until 29th April 2022
  • Full Access - 2 Day Conference
  • All Day Refreshments & Lunches
  • Conference Documentations
  • Networking Drinks Reception

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  • Full Access - 2 Day Conference
  • All Day Refreshments & Lunches
  • Conference Documentations
  • Networking Drinks Reception


what people say

Thank you for a good experience with the PARADIGM Global Events… very high level, very good Organization, we overpassed our expectatives, we will be pending for another congress related to pharmaceutical and biotech… we learned a lot, and i think that the content of agenda was state of the art, thank you again.
Salvador Berrios
ERP/ CRM / Product Configurator Manager
The consistently high quality of international faculty was most impressive. It was also obvious that they were carefully chosen not only for their particular expertise but also for their ability to communicate the subject matter to clinical and non-clinical participants alike. As market access consultant for pharma clients of various sizes, I now feel much better prepared to explain the nuances & dynamics involved in bringing their products to market. In addition, I am in a much better position to intelligently advice my clients & help them set realistic expectations
Thomas Martin
Associate Vice President, VCGA - Quintiles
I was impressed with the organization of this event. I attend many conferences per year and find the organizers on site to be detached and not focus on good service to the delegates. This team was even providing weather forecast warning to ensure everyone was aware and made appropriate plans. Well Done.
Adriana E. Manzi
PhD, Managing Director, Atheln, Inc

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