Health Union Ranked No. 162 Fastest Growing Company in North America on Deloitte’s 2018 Technology Fast 500™

Health Union ranked No. 162 on Deloitte’s Technology Fast 500™, a ranking of the 500 fastest growing technology, media, telecommunications, life sciences and energy tech companies — both public and private — in North America.

Health Union to Present Online Health Community Model at 10th Annual Connected Health Conference

Health Union, LLC has been accepted for a poster presentation at the 2018 Connected Health Conference in Boston. The poster, titled “Using Qualitative Analysis to Assess a Model of Support for Online Health Communities for People Living with Chronic Health Conditions,” will be presented on Oct. 18.

Bladder Cancer In America Survey Shows Remission Correlates With Multiple Factors Beyond Treatment Itself

Survey results from Bladder Cancer In America 2018, Health Union LLC’s national survey of 401 respondents conducted among both patients and care partners impacted by the condition, show that for people in remission, a number of factors beyond the treatment itself contributed to reporting good experiences with bladder cancer.

Survey Finds Early Endometriosis Diagnosis After Initial Symptoms Improves Treatment Approach, Quality of Life

Results from Endometriosis In America 2018, a national survey by Health Union, LLC of people impacted by the condition, contribute to the notion that an early diagnosis after initial symptoms are experienced can help to improve quality of life and provide greater awareness of symptoms.

Health Union Acknowledged by Inc. 5000 as One of the Fastest-Growing Companies in the U.S.

Inc. magazine announced that Health Union has been ranked No. 740 on the 37th annual Inc. 5000 list, the most prestigious ranking of the nation’s fastest-growing private companies. After steadily receiving awards and recognitions within the Philadelphia business community and life sciences industry over the past eight years, the Inc. 5000 represents Health Union’s first national recognition.

Survey Finds Migraine Patients Largely Unaware of Newly Available CGRP Medications

People living with migraine recently gained another significant tool to effectively manage their condition when the U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved the first treatment to target calcitonin-gene-related peptides (CGRP). However, only one-third of respondents of Migraine In America 2018, a national survey by Health Union, LLC of people impacted by the condition, are even aware of CGRP therapies.

Survey Finds ‘Scanxiety’ Is Common Challenge for Lung Cancer Patients

Living with lung cancer is accompanied by a considerable level of anxiety, with 86 percent of respondents reporting at least a little bit of anxiety on any given day. However, what is often referred to as “scanxiety” – the anxiety, fear and worry associated with scans, specifically before the results are revealed – can exacerbate those feelings. Of those who experience scanxiety, three-quarters reported either “more” or “a lot more” anxiety around the time of scans than at other times.

Health Union Announces Acceptance to Present at IASLC 19th World Conference on Lung Cancer

Health Union, LLC has been accepted for a poster presentation at the IASLC 19th World Conference on Lung Cancer (WCLC) in Toronto. The poster, titled “Differentiating Characteristics of Patients Seeking a Second Opinion: A Survey on Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer Patients,” will be presented on Sept. 25.

Health Union Announces Acceptance to Present at APHA’s 2018 Annual Meeting & Expo

Health Union, LLC has been accepted for an oral presentation at the 2018 Annual Meeting & Expo of the American Public Health Association (APHA) in San Diego. The presentation, based on the abstract titled “Perceived treatment satisfaction and effectiveness facilitators among patients with chronic health conditions: A self-reported survey,” will occur at 3 p.m. on Nov. 12.

Inaugural ‘Blood Cancer In America’ Survey Finds Patients Maintain Positive Views of Condition Being ‘Under Control’

Despite the physical, emotional and social challenges faced, three-fifths of people living with blood cancer feel that their condition is under control with current treatment plans, according to Blood Cancer In America 2018, a national survey by Health Union, LLC of people diagnosed with the condition and caregivers.