PRESS RELEASES

MS In America 2019

MS Survey Finds Positive HCP Relationships, Proactive Medication Interest Likely Indicators of DMT Use

A new survey from Health Union finds that people with relapsing forms of multiple sclerosis (MS) who currently use a disease-modifying therapy (DMT) report positive relationships with their healthcare professionals (HCP) and interest in prescription therapies, while those who have never used a DMT prefer alternative therapies and have experienced a less straight-forward MS journey than their counterparts.
Health Union named to Inc. 5000 2019

Health Union Recognized by Inc. 5000 as a Fastest Growing Company for Second Consecutive Year

For the second consecutive year, Health Union has been recognized by Inc. magazine’s annual Inc. 5000 list, which represents the most prestigious ranking of the nation’s fastest-growing private companies. Health Union ranked No. 906 overall.

Ankylosing Spondylitis In America 2019

Survey Finds More Positive Experiences, Better HCP Relationships When Fewer Doctors Needed to Diagnose Ankylosing Spondylitis

A new survey from Health Union finds that people with ankylosing spondylitis who consulted four or more healthcare professionals while seeking a diagnosis currently experience more difficult patient journeys.

Welcome

Health Union Welcomes Will Rompala as Chief Technology Officer

Health Union announced today that Will Rompala has joined the company as chief technology officer. Rompala will leverage more than two decades of experience in data science, advertising intelligence, software engineering and organizational change to provide a strategic roadmap for evolving Health Union’s technological and data capabilities, grow its technology team and ensure all technology offerings meet the needs of the people participating in the company’s growing portfolio of online health communities.

Bladder Cancer In America 2019

Survey Shows Females with Bladder Cancer Receive Less Support, Experience Lower Quality of Life

Females with bladder cancer are more likely than their male counterparts to experience a greater number of symptoms and challenges with coping, less support and, as a result, lower perceptions of quality of life. This is one of many findings from “Bladder Cancer In America 2019,” a new survey from Health Union that illuminates the perspectives and experiences of people living with bladder cancer.