Get the Facts, Not the Flu, at the Point of Care

The IDSA Foundation recently launched ConFLUsion, a national public awareness campaign aimed at combating flu myths with credible health information. By partnering with Outcome Health, these important messages are now reaching patients, caregivers, and healthcare providers at the point of care.

The Outcome Lounge at Digital Pharma East

Outcome Health attended Digital Pharma East and the team provided insightful commentary on the event, the conversations had, and the role Outcome Health will play in the future of healthcare.

Ending Prostate Cancer Starts at the Point of Care

Jamie Bearse, President & CEO of ZERO -The End of Prostate Cancer, recognizes the value in reaching men at the point of care with information and reminders that can save their lives.

The Value of WomenHeart Champions

WomenHeart: The National Coalition for Women with Heart Disease is currently looking for dynamic, driven women with heart disease to apply to become WomenHeart Champions at the 2018 WomenHeart Science & Leadership Symposium. WomenHeart Champions are the “boots on the ground” in the fight against heart disease, the leading cause of death in women.

A Patient’s Discovery of Immunotherapy

Many patients are unaware of immunotherapy as a cancer treatment option. Outcome Health worked directly with advocacy groups and patients to raise awareness for the impact immunotherapy can have on a patient's journey.

It’s Time to Shatter the Stigma of Addiction—Beginning in the Doctor’s Office

It’s time to shatter the stigma of addiction. Shatterproof is so excited to partner with Outcome Health to educate patients nationwide about this misunderstood disease.

Measuring Performance Outcomes

At Outcome Health, we’ve made it a priority to ensure that every client feels confident in our campaign measurement. We’ve partnered with the leader in human data science to support our data and measurement analysis.

New Guidelines for Colon and Rectal Cancer Screenings

The American Cancer Society has updated its guidelines for colon and rectal cancer screenings and recommends that adults get screened started at age 45 instead of 50. The Colorectal Cancer Alliance commends and endorses this effort.

Prevention is Beautiful

Melanoma is the leading cause of cancer death in women ages 25-30. Shelby Moneer, Director of Education at the Melanoma Research Foundation, shares how her perception of beauty has evolved since becoming a parent.