Innovex's Health Management Services To Deploy Nurse Educators To Support Treatment Therapies In Neurology
Published: Nov 18, 2004
PARSIPPANY, N.J., Nov. 18 /PRNewswire/ -- Innovex, a commercialization unit of Quintiles Transnational, today announced an agreement with a leading biopharmaceutical manufacturer to deploy a team of nurse educators in the United States to provide support for care givers treating patients living with a major neurological disease.
Innovex provides nurse and other clinical educators as a part of Health Management Services (HMS), a service offering that helps healthcare practitioners and their staff improve patient outcomes for disease states by providing information that facilitates diagnosis, improves treatment regimens and enhances patient compliance.
"One of the most valuable contributions that HMS clinical educators make in a healthcare setting is enhancing a patient's understanding of their disease and the therapies that will benefit them," said Stewart Rosen, M.D. and Vice President, Medical Affairs, Innovex. "As with all our HMS teams, this group is demonstrating ways to enhance patient compliance that should result in improved therapeutic outcomes and quality of life for patients. Due to their extensive training, education and therapeutic expertise in this neurological therapeutic area, these clinical educators are highly regarded by the healthcare providers with whom they work."
Pete Megronigle, Vice President, Innovex Health Management Services, said: "With the deployment of this team of nurse educators, HMS has now successfully delivered 25 teams in the United States. All told, we have deployed over 400 clinicians in support of customer-sponsored initiatives to improve the understanding, identification and treatment of a wide variety of disease states. With HMS, Innovex is redefining how our pharmaceutical and biotech customers can provide caregivers with programs that truly benefit patients."
Innovex is a leading commercial solutions provider that offers sales and marketing services designed to accelerate the success of pharmaceutical, biotechnology and medical device products. Since 1996, Innovex has built more than 110 sales forces, and hired more than 13,500 sales representatives to help launch more than 160 products for leading pharmaceutical companies in the United States. For more information, visit http://www.innovex.com/ .
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