Jamie Heywood provides an alternative viewpoint on how clinical trials could be conducted, and how the same concept could be applied to successfully stopping the Ebola Virus, as well as other diseases.
The Patient Voice Analysis (PVA) project pairs PatientsLikeMe with mathematician Max Little and the nonprofit research organization Sage Bionetworks to develop tools that can map Parkinson’s disease progression.
At the NHS Health and Care Innovation Expo 2014, International Innovation caught up with Paul Wicks, Vice President of Innovation, to discuss the ways in which the PatientsLikeMe platform is working to actively connect and engage patients in the entire healthcare process.
PatientsLikeMe revealed results from the first large-scale poll to assess patient priorities for the health care law. The poll’s 2,197 respondents are among the estimated 133 million Americans living with chronic conditions.
PatientsLikeMe co-founders Jamie and Ben Heywood were awarded the prestigious 2016 Humanitarian Award by the International Alliance of ALS/MND Associations. The Humanitarian Award is awarded to those whose work is of international significance for people affected by ALS/MND.
Nature features PatientsLikeMe and a PatientsLikeMe member in a piece focused on precision medicine
The Wall Street Journal features PatientsLikeMe’s virtual trial with Duke ALS Clinic