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HealthEconomics.Com Launches Live Streaming Educational Series in HE-Xpo®, the Pharma Industry’s Only Online Virtual Community for Health Economics and Outcomes Research
Date:12/19/2013

ment, for Pharm-Olam and Wolfgang Summa, PhD, Vice President Outcomes Delivery and Support, eResearchTechnology GmbH (also known as ERT). The Webinar will be moderated by Patti Peeples, PhD, President and Founder of HealthEconomics.Com, and a well-respected health economist, researcher, and pharmacist.

Virtual events like the HE-Xpo® Live Streaming Educational Series offer expanded opportunities over and beyond just attending conventional webinars. Dr. Patti Peeples, President and Founder of HealthEconomics.Com said, “Running live streaming and archived learning experiences inside HE-Xpo® is a natural fit for HealthEconomics.Com. This service expansion in the virtual environment underscores our mission of Connected Community. There truly is no other place in the online community where a visitor gets such a diversity of resources, updated education, and networking, in a revolutionary 3-D, multi-media experience.

Dana Minyard, Director of Information Technology for HealthEconomics.Com added, “This kind of technological advance brings together colleagues to further their education and give them access to resources, and networking opportunities. I encourage all to visit HE-Xpo®, register for free, and take a virtual ‘walk’ around the exhibit booths, lounge, and learning center.”

In addition to the live streaming webinar within the HE-Xpo® Auditorium, attendees can peruse additional areas in the virtual arena including the Learning Center, Exhibit Hall and Social Media Lounge. Within the Exhibit Hall, attendees can move through virtual aisles, and from booth to booth, comparing products and services by major vendors, pharmaceutical companies, and universities. Resources available cover such areas as pharmaceutical and medical device clinical trials, comparative effectiveness and patient-reported outcomes research trials, pharmaceutical pricing and reimbursement, healthcare payer marketing, and pharmaceutical market acces
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