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Tom Doyle

Tom Doyle

Senior Vice President of Commercial Solutions

EVERSANA

Tom Doyle

As Senior Vice President of Commercial Solutions, Tom utilizes three decades of experience in brand, distribution and service companies to support EVERSANA’s commercial efforts. Most recently, he was Executive Vice President of Commercial Solutions for H. D. Smith Company where he led their entry into, specialty distribution, 3PL and Patient Services.

Prior to joining H. D Smith, Tom held had 20 years with 3M Pharmaceuticals where he led, Marketing, Trade, Market Access and held general management positions outside the U.S.

Tom is a certified six sigma black belt and earned a Bachelor’s of Science from Hillsdale College in Michigan.

Expertise:

Affordability Programs (PAP, Copay), Global Channel Management & 3PL

Articles by Tom Doyle

Patient-Centered Engagement: Wrapping Value Around Life Science Services

In our value-driven healthcare environment, improving the quality of patients’ lives is dependent upon our ability to effectively locate and engage with patients, as well as support the therapeutic onboarding and adherence of patient populations. Delivering best-in-class patient experiences – experiences that positively impact adherence – involves a comprehensive suite of coordinated and intertwined services […]

Measuring the Impact of Patient Support Programs

In this webinar, EVERSANA’s Tom Doyle highlights the evolution of patient support programs (PSP) from access-focused to patient-centered. Here are three themes you will hear: Be Purposeful – Start with the end in mind. Build a patient program that focuses on the unique needs of the patient and market segment while developing select metrics that […]

Develop Patient Support Programs Focused on Patients

We have to get intimate with patient populations and advocacy groups to build best-in-class patient support programs from the start.

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