- M. Suzanne Schrandt, Director, Patient Engagement, Arthritis Foundation
- Jason Harris, Director, Public Policy, Lupus Foundation of America
- Dory Kranz, Chief Executive Officer, National Alopecia Areata Foundation
- Rebekah Angove, Vice President, Patient Experience & Program Evaluation, Patient Advocate Foundation
- Nancy Law, Chief Executive Officer, Myasthenia Gravis Foundation of America
- Kate Avery, Director of Research, Beyond Celiac
- John Boyle (and Lynn Albizo), President & CEO, Immune Deficiency Foundation
- Barbara Collura, President & Chief Executive Officer, RESOLVE
- Tracy Hart, Chief Executive Officer, Osteogenesis Imperfecta Foundation
- Louise Vetter , President & Chief Executive Officer, Huntington’s Disease Society of America
- Ellen Ivey, National Advocacy Policy Director, Strategic Customer Group, Oncology, Solid Tumor, Johnson & Johnson
Tools to Support Sponsor-Patient Engagement: Fair-Market-Value Calculator and Engagement Templates
The NHC wants to ensure that all stakeholders confidently enter into ongoing, compliant, and sustainable engagement efforts that effectively drive health care innovation based on patient and caregiver insights, which must be collected in a trusted and high-quality manner. This project aims to support sustainable agreements between stakeholders and the patient and caregiver community as part of medical product development by:
Glossary of Patient Engagement Terms
The definitions of these terms, which includes Family Caregiver, Meaningful Engagement, and Patient-Focused Drug Development, stem largely from our patient engagement work, including our ‘Patient-Focused Drug Development - Recommended Language for Use in Guidance Document Development’ Paper with Genetic Alliance, as well as our Value Rubric, and Representativeness Rubric.
What is the Difference Between Health-Related Quality of Life (HRQoL) and Patient-Reported Outcomes?
June 10, 2019 - This webinar featured Laurie Burke, MPH, Founder of the LORA Group, LLC.
Each year, the National Health Council (NHC) hosts the Washington Representatives Retreat, a two-day event to gather staff from NHC member organizations to address strategic, operational, and development issues in the health policy environment.
The annual National Health Council (NHC) Science of Patient Engagement Symposium for medical, scientific, and research leaders is a two-day meeting held in the fall each year in Washington, DC. This meeting focuses on the science of patient engagement and was formerly called the Chief Medical/Science Officers Conference. Research leaders share - with a broad scientific audience - their experiences, accomplishments, best practices, and resulting impacts on medicine and science regarding patient centricity.
The National Health Council has produced an array of publications that provide Council members and those in the health community with valuable information and resources.