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April 2022

Ipsos MMA and HealthVerity partner to reinvent omnichannel patient and HCP attribution in the pharma industry

Ipsos MMA and HealthVerity partner to reinvent omnichannel patient and HCP attribution in the pharma industry 150 150 Doug DeMarra

Ipsos MMA and HealthVerity partner to reinvent omnichannel patient and HCP attribution in the pharma industry

APRIL 27, 2022 — 08:30 AM EDT

Ipsos MMA brings a new approach to measuring the impact of commercial investments across the patient and physician journey to maximize the value of campaigns for Pharma brands and their agency partners.

NEW YORK, NY — (PRNewswire) — Ipsos MMA, a leader in helping pharma and healthcare brands measure and optimize the value of their patient and HCP promotions, today announced a partnership that integrates Ipsos MMA’s Unified Patient & HCP Attribution model with HealthVerity IPGE, the industry’s leading infrastructure for patient identity resolution, privacy, governance and exchange of broadscale healthcare and consumer data. The partnership delivers privacy-protected and HIPAA-compliant activations with media platforms for pharmaceutical brands as an end-to-end, closed-loop measurement and optimization solution.

This innovative and future-proofed capability enables pharmaceutical marketers to generate and activate audiences, measure the quality of the audiences reached and optimize omnichannel net conversion lift while campaigns are in market. Through a combination of privacy-protected, HIPAA-compliant data, processes and advanced AI modeling, brands can now automate “next best actions” across patient and physician journeys to drive incremental scripts and adherence, maximizing long-term profits.

Ipsos MMA’s Unified Patient & HCP Attribution model has been validated with clients and has been shown to produce measurable improvements in revenue and profits. Ipsos MMA has also been named a leader in The Forrester Wave™ : Marketing Measurement & Optimization Solutions, Q1 2022.

“We have partnered with some of the top pharma brands, their agencies, HealthVerity and industry data partners/platforms across the media ecosystem to validate that our integrated solutions will produce better results for our clients. We believe that by working closely with them to operationalize these capabilities it will prove to provide transformational results for the industry,” said Doug Brooks, EVP at Ipsos MMA. “Ipsos MMA’s Unified Patient & HCP Attribution capability unlocks the omnichannel opportunity for pharma executives by taking advantage of synergies between DTC, HCP and sales force, enabling orchestrated planning, optimizing campaigns in-market, targeting and creating new audiences and leveraging both Patient and Physician journeys for Next Best Action through an innovative use of AI.”

“With this capability, pharma brands can integrate patient and HCP marketing journeys and enhanced data attributes to generate, activate, and prioritize high-value audiences that are linked to downstream conversions while campaigns are live. Our unique solution does not rely on third-party cookies and is not impacted by advancements in data deprecation. This approach gives brand and media planners true cross-platform and omnichannel investment optimization opportunities. In a world where data privacy is critical, we can offer marketers and their agencies a safe way to activate and measure both traditional and digital channels against intended audiences,” said Robert Cardarelli, EVP Analytics and Attribution for Ipsos MMA.

What is the benefit of this approach to Pharmaceutical Marketers?

Holistic Measurement and Campaign Management
Omnichannel impact of Patient and Physician journeys to increase patient visitation, NBRx and adherence

Multi-channel Optimization
Optimize campaigns across audiences, targeting tactics, partners, creative measures and reach & frequency – while in-flight

Sequencing
Identify which Next Best Actions need to be taken across both Patient and Physician journeys to drive maximum conversion lift and ROI

Campaign Performance Management
Ensure optimal audience quality and cost per qualified audience while meeting targeting benchmarks and downstream end actions

Interoperable Data Ecosystem
With over 150 billion de-identified transactions from more than 75 unique data sources and 330 million patients, HealthVerity provides access to the largest healthcare and consumer data ecosystem available in the market today.

HIPAA-Compliant Data Clean Rooms
Securely brings together data with a HIPAA-compliant data clean room for audience selection and media measurement for back-end analytics from HealthVerity. The complete solution enables a full closed-loop process to help target and optimize campaigns while ensuring clients get the desired outcomes.

Learn more about Ipsos MMA’s Unified Patient/HCP Attribution capability.

View the full release here: https://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/ipsos-mma-and-healthverity-partner-to-reinvent-omnichannel-patient-and-hcp-attribution-in-the-pharma-industry-301534210.html

About Ipsos MMA

Ipsos MMA is a leading global analytics consultancy founded in 1989. The company enables its clients to achieve higher revenues and operating profits via their forward-looking, data-driven analytics, software and consulting solutions. Ipsos MMA is headquartered in New York, NY and is a part of the leading global custom market research company Ipsos, which has major offices in over 80 locations worldwide. To learn more about Ipsos MMA, visit mma.com.

About HealthVerity

Pharmaceutical manufacturers, payers and government organizations have partnered with HealthVerity to solve some of their most complicated use cases through transformative technologies and real-world data infrastructure. The HealthVerity IPGE platform, based on the foundational elements of Identity, Privacy, Governance and Exchange, enables the discovery of RWD across the broadest healthcare data ecosystem, the building of more complete and accurate patient journeys and the ability to power best-in-class analytics and applications with flexibility and ease. Together with our partners, HealthVerity has built the modern way to data for the health insights economy. To learn more about out how HealthVerity and Ipsos MMA work together visit our Partners Page.

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HealthVerity launches MOM, the Maternal Outcomes Masterset, to advance pregnancy health research

HealthVerity launches MOM, the Maternal Outcomes Masterset, to advance pregnancy health research 150 150 Doug DeMarra

HealthVerity launches MOM, the Maternal Outcomes Masterset, to advance pregnancy health research

APRIL 26, 2022

MOM delivers the pre-eminent approach to understanding clinical attributes that best answer the industry’s most challenging maternal health questions, including recent increases in maternal mortality and morbidity in the U.S.

PHILADELPHIA, PA — (PRNewswire) — HealthVerity, Inc., the leader in Identity, Privacy, Governance, and Exchange (IPGE) for real-world data, today announced the launch of MOM, the Maternal Outcomes Masterset, a groundbreaking approach for generating novel insights around the impact of healthcare interventions for pregnant women and their babies. By accurately linking de-identified healthcare records of over 1.6 million pregnant women to their newborns, HealthVerity delivers a more comprehensive way for clinical researchers to study the patient journey from pre-pregnancy to birth and beyond, all in a HIPAA-compliant and privacy protected manner.

MOM was created to address a long-standing challenge for the healthcare industry, the lack of reliable evidence on drug safety during pregnancy. The COVID-19 pandemic highlighted this gap when patients and providers were faced with minimal data and uncertain guidance on whether expectant mothers should be vaccinated. The evidence gap exists largely due to the exclusion of pregnant women from clinical trials, as well as the scarcity of relevant retrospective data sources and pregnancy registries. According to draft guidance from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, “pregnancy registry data is not sufficient to assess the safety of products during pregnancy. Other methods are needed to corroborate registry findings.” Furthermore, with the rate of maternal mortality climbing 18% in 2020, according to a new report by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the Biden-Harris Administration has recently committed to a proposed maternity care quality hospital designation.

“In the Spring of 2020, as we were building a real-world evidence system for biopharma manufacturers and regulators to assess treatment approaches for COVID-19, it became clear to us that the market had very few reliable options to study the maternal journey, ” said Sandy Leonard, Senior Vice President of Partnerships and Real-World Data for HealthVerity. “We then began a year-long process that leveraged the HealthVerity IPGE platform to uniquely solve for the complex challenges of integrating broad-based clinical data on both mother and infant while also meeting the complex privacy requirements of HIPAA.”

Adoption of MOM among the clinical research community is advancing quickly, with SK Life Sciences and the CDC among a growing list of clients leveraging the masterset to advance maternal health outcomes research.

“We were looking for a better way to capture the full maternal health journey of pregnant women using anti-seizure medication”, said Sean Stern, Director of Health Economics and Outcomes Research for SK Life Sciences. “Through MOM, we’re able to crosswalk medical claims and pharmacy data for mom and baby, allowing us to see the relationship between mom and baby and gain more visibility into pregnancy health outcomes.”

MOM is unique in its ability to accurately household de-identified healthcare records of more than 1.6 million pregnant women with their newborns by leveraging key data sources within the nation’s largest ecosystem for healthcare data. Patient cohorts can be easily designated by researchers to explore key patient interactions, health equity and many more long-term objectives.

Key attributes that only MOM can deliver:

Purpose-built for pregnancy studies
MOM was designed to enable researchers to use longitudinal clinical data to follow mothers and their babies in tandem throughout their pregnancy journey, and beyond. The mom-baby linked data preserves critical data elements such as race, ethnicity, maternal age, birth events and pregnancy outcomes to enable novel pregnancy studies.

Regulatory quality, HIPAA-compliant, and research-ready
HealthVerity has solved a complex industry challenge of linking mom and baby data in a way that maintains the most critical data elements for pregnancy-related research while also meeting the most exacting standards of HIPAA. Because MOM is covered under HealthVerity’s third party expert determination, clients can begin data analytics work on day one.

Commercial and Medicaid data for more detailed analyses
MOM is sourced from over 150 U.S. healthcare payers, including both Commercial and Medicaid payers. Currently comprised of medical claims, pharmacy claims, enrollment data and lab results from the nation’s largest real-world data ecosystem, MOM enables access to more than five years of retrospective data, as well as prospective data options leveraging HealthVerity’s persistent identity resolution technology. EMR and hospital chargemaster data will be added in the months ahead.

About HealthVerity

Pharmaceutical manufacturers, payers, and government organizations have partnered with HealthVerity to solve some of their most complicated use cases through transformative technologies and real-world data infrastructure. The HealthVerity IPGE platform, based on the foundational elements of Identity, Privacy, Governance, and Exchange, enables the discovery of real-world data across the broadest healthcare data ecosystem, the building of more complete and accurate patient journeys and the ability to power best-in-class analytics and applications with flexibility and ease. Together with our partners, HealthVerity has built the modern way to data for the health insights economy. To learn more about the HealthVerity IPGE platform, visit www.healthverity.com.

Contact

Jen Kaczmarczyk
Vice President of Marketing
jkaczmarczyk@healthverity.com

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The Missing Link – Solving patient privacy protection and data linkage challenges for the National Public Health Data System

The Missing Link – Solving patient privacy protection and data linkage challenges for the National Public Health Data System 150 150 Doug DeMarra

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