At a national conference on mucopolysaccharidosis in 2019, we raised a question on how to achieve early diagnosis of the disease. Shortly after that, a hand-written note was left on the table at where we sat. The note was from “Aaron’s mom” who thanked us for raising the question that has been on her mind.
As more uncharted disease areas are being tackled with novel treatments, diagnosis and management of challenging diseases becomes more important. At P2P Syncro, we are committed to help busy clinicians keep up with the advancement of medicine. We want to tell Aaron’s mom that the lives of patients like her son can be improved.
The content of our program is developed to meet the specific learning needs of healthcare professionals in various aspects of patient care.
We take the busy patient care schedules of clinicians into consideration. We bring concise information to the fingertips of clinicians.
Making difficult diagnoses and managing complex diseases require team approach. Peer communication is a focus of our programs .
We design programs utilizing data from pilot projects. We value real world data when evaluating the effectiveness of the programs.