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All Global Partners With HealthEngage to Provide Unique Web 2.0 Patient Insights
Date:3/24/2012

LONDON, March 23, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --

All Global, the world's leading healthcare data company, is introducing a series of patient access offers, building off developments in technology and social media to offer unique alternative solutions to traditional research methods in providing greater access to patient audiences previously too difficult to reach. The first of these new offers comes in the area of diabetes, through All Global's partnership with HealthEngage. 

"The number of patients with diabetes worldwide is skyrocketing, and innovations in social media provide a new way to engage with these patients about their condition and the complications it causes," says Tony Burke, CEO of All Global. "Our partnership with HealthEngage gives our clients access to a large and growing community of diabetics who are able to instantly share information on their health and wellbeing."

HealthEngage is a free online tool for diabetics to manage and improve their health and to share their information with their healthcare professionals. The growing community of diabetic users is active in over 172 countries and 58 languages, with members tracking, managing and sharing all aspects of their health and wellbeing. This includes glucose (with direct upload from 99% of meters) insulin, foods/diet, medications, exercise, tests, symptoms, goals, as well as general communication, notes and reminders.

Community members are supported on the web, on their mobile devices, and by email. The proprietary widget is available on 40 social networking sites, as well as a mobile application.

About All Global

Operating internationally with offices in the US and the UK with proprietary panels in North America, Latin America and Europe, All Global (http://www.allglobal.com) gathers the best quality healthcare data in the industry.

With well over a century of combined experience, All Global staff know the right channels to use to gain deep global, regional, local and niche stakeholder insights that can be delivered quickly and easily. The trust and rapport they have built with the 400,000+ payers, health care professionals and key opinion leaders who form their proprietary panels translates into higher response rates and stronger, more reliable data for clients.  The company also develops online patient communities and has a unique means of capturing patient's experiences and combining with physicians' clinical data.

All Global's reputation as pioneers has been earned through their willingness to take on complicated projects or to introduce new technologies or techniques outside of the mainstream, if they feel they will gain clients a competitive edge. They will partner with clients to find the right combination of methodologies - qualitative and quantitative, online and traditional - to produce bold, considered and clear solutions to put clients ahead of the competition. To partner with All Global is to be secure in the knowledge that they will meet - and often exceed - client expectations.


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