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Dale F. Lippert, RN, MS

Senior Director, Client Success Leader


Patient Journey, Patient Services

Dale Lippert joined EVERSANA’s Patient Services Team in 2018. He is currently the Senior Director, Client Success Leader, working to develop and launch EVERSANA’s first CAR-T Patient Support Program. Dale has 20+ years of experience supporting customers and patients alike. He is passionate about the difference he can make in any organization.

Prior to joining EVERSANA, Dale worked as Senior Director of Clinical Services and directed and launched a variety of clinical functions of case management, disease management and utilization management for patient support programs. Dale provided direct oversight to a team of Directors, Associate Directors, and Senior Nurse Managers responsible for call center-based clinical support services by ensuring URAC and quality standards were met, monitoring cost and risks and establishing key performance metrics while managing in a dynamic environment.

Dale has degrees in nursing (Cameron University – Lawton, OK) and human resource management (Southern Nazarene University – Bethany, OK). He received his master’s degree in business management from Southern Nazarene University.

Dale has been married to his wife, Sheila, for 41 years has three children and seven grandchildren. He enjoys cooking, playing ukulele, attending car shows and spending time with his grandchildren.

Articles by Dale F. Lippert, RN, MS

THINK BEYOND THE THERAPY: Demystifying the Complexities of Cell and Gene Therapy Commercialization

While much attention has been given to the novel science behind cell and gene therapies, ultimately the success of every precision medicine starts and ends with the patient. Whether coordinating a cell or gene therapy clinical trial or product launch, even the best-planned efforts can be derailed without a clear strategy for facilitating access to […]

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