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KJT Group’s Tom Richardson, PhD, MBA, Senior Vice President, Strategic Consulting will be presenting at the upcoming PMRG CONNECT conference.
Entering its ninth year, KJT Group is pleased to announce the promotion of Lynn Clement, MPH to President, Global Research.
KJT Group is pleased to welcome Rebecca Jones as Associate Director. Rebecca will support our global team headquartered in Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
KJT Group is pleased to welcome Johan Mohd Sani as Research Manager. Most recently, Johan worked as Senior Content Directly for Hanover Research. While with Hanover Research, Johan managed all aspects of market research projects including study design, sampling, and analysis across a variety of industries. Prior to his time at Hanover Research, Johan began his career in market research at the University of Pittsburgh’s World History Center where he was a Research Associate.
KJT Group’s Dr. Danielle Zammit, Chris Claeys and Eleni Menegatou will be attending ISPOR’s 18th Annual European Congress being held November 7-11 in Milan, Italy. KJT Group is pleased to have three posters on display at the conference: 1) Consumer Interest in Adopting an Electronic Health Record (EHR) Mobile Application Based on the Risk that Identifiable Information is Leaked, 2) Assessment of Consumer Likelihood to Adopt an Electronic Health Record (EHR) Mobile Application and the Impact of Perceived Risk of Privacy Leaks, 3) Assessment of the Association Between Sleep Behaviors and Experiential Outcomes Among a Multinational Adult Population. For more information about the conference or the poster presentations, visit ispor.org.Tags: KJT Group | Outcomes Research
A firm understanding of the key components and drivers of healthcare reform is increasingly important within the pharmaceutical, biotech, and medical device industries. Manufacturers are typically not identified as one of the key stakeholders (Payers, Providers and Patients) within healthcare reform, yet play a critical role in improving the health of patients as they strive to identify and bring new and innovative products to the market. In this two-part paper, we explore the evolving role of accountable care organizations (ACOs) as a core element of the Affordable Care Act and healthcare reimbursement redesign.Healthcare Reform