ENGAGE is a truly integrated patient-centric healthcare consultancy. We deliver bespoke channel neutral solutions by operating a 'best-advice' model to drive patient engagement.
ENGAGE takes time to develop engagement strategies with a difference. We immerse ourselves in the real-world patient, apply a deep understanding of your brand objectives and the healthcare market that you operate in and bring together some of the greatest minds in healthcare from the OPEN Health group.
In doing so, we provide powerful and insightful strategies to engage not only patients but also those supporting them throughout the different touch-points along their journey.
ENGAGE brings together an unparalleled portfolio of disciplines within the OPEN Health group, including 200 healthcare experts, We elicit real-world insights to provide compelling strategies and deliver innovative and effective solutions that add value to medicines and ultimately improve outcomes.
Richard brings a wealth of relevant experience, having operated at Director level at Atlantis Healthcare and Healthcare at Home.
Prior to this, Richard spent 20 years in the pharmaceutical industry in a progression of senior UK and European commercial roles for companies including AstraZeneca, GlaxoSmithKline and Pfizer, on many of the pharmaceutical industry’s most successful brands including Losec, Serevent, Flixotide and Lipitor.
Richard has proven expertise in developing global adherence strategies and local market solutions, and has a passion for crystallising complex issues on patient engagement and developing innovative and effective solutions. Richard chaired the European Patient summit in Berlin 2011 and London 2012.
Linda is a pharmacist with an MBA and an MPhil looking at the challenges of facilitating patient engagement.
She has over 20 years experience in healthcare marketing and communications, and has held director level positions on both agency and client side.
Linda brings experience of engaging and working with KOLs and healthcare professional organisations, including the Royal Colleges, to develop and gain accreditation for training programmes to increase patient engagement and deliver both healthcare professional and patient behaviour change.