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Diabetes Burnout

Understanding Diabetes Burnout: What Pharma Can Learn To Help People Better Manage Type 2 Diabetes

Recent Health Union survey data of 2,142 people living with type 2 diabetes showed that 58% of respondents indicated they have experienced burnout related to their condition. Understanding the variety of real-world implications of diabetes burnout can help pharma impact people during critical points of their patient journey--and also reach the people who may be involved in that patient’s care, as well.
Rheumatoid Arthritis In America

How Condition Outlook and Quality of Life Differ for People Living with Seronegative RA

According to data from “Rheumatoid Arthritis In America 2019,” seronegative respondents are more likely to have been misdiagnosed, leaving the majority of this subset in a state of confusion from the beginning of their RA journey. 

A woman is anxious about her IBS diagnosis.

Diagnosis of IBS Is on the Rise, but Where’s the Relief?

For many chronic conditions, obtaining a formal IBS diagnosis can lead to validation and relief, allowing the patient to then find an effective treatment. With IBS, however, this does not appear to be the case. Since 2017, annual IBS In America statistics have shown an increased rate of formal diagnosis from a healthcare professional year over year, with 90% of respondents reporting a formal diagnosis in 2019 up from 87% in 2018.

A woman waters a plant

Taking Care of the Care Partners

When thinking about the resources and the type of attention they need, it’s important to remember that care partners are not simply tools or a way to ensure better patient care. Consistent with the needs of those they care for, care partners – as people – also have needs including physical, emotional, mental and financial.

People With Psoriatic Arthritis Are Discussing Financial Topics With Their HCP: What Pharma Can Learn to Better Support Patients

Recent results from Health Union’s Psoriatic Arthritis In America 2019 survey reveal what more than 1,100 people diagnosed with psoriatic arthritis (PsA) want others to know about their condition experience. This year’s survey results show a population of patients who regularly see a healthcare professional for their PsA (97%), in which 66% perceive their condition as moderate and 23% perceive it as severe.