Award honors the 100 most influential people in the healthcare industry
BW Health Group is proud to share that CEO and founder, Thad Bench, has been named one of the healthcare industry’s most influential people by PM360.
PM360, the premier information resource for marketing decision makers in the pharmaceutical, biotech, diagnostics, and medical device sectors, named Bench to the 2019 PM360 ELITE 100 in the Disruptor category. Now in its fifth year, the PM360 ELITE (Exceptional • Leaders • Innovators • Transformers • Entrepreneurs) represent the most influential people in the healthcare industry today.
BW Health Group announces a strategic partnership with Occam Health Services (Occam) and the appointment of Scotty Bowman as president of Occam. Occam, an innovative player in patient support and HUB services, is dedicated to supplying the simplest patient solution for complex matters. BW Health Group’s alignment with Occam highlights their commitment to providing valued solutions to their clients while putting patients first.
Jeremy Shabtai recently joined our team as Director of Technology to lead strategy innovations for clients as well as expand Benchworks’ digital offerings. He has more than 12 years of digital marketing experience leading thought leadership and acting as a subject matter expert for emerging technology. He specializes in conceptualizing and developing innovative pilot programs, such as virtual reality education experiences, clinical research AI voice-assistants, chatbot customer support programs, and behavioral modification patient adherence platforms.
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The women of Benchworks share their favorite quotes and stories that inspire and empower them everyday! As the oldest of 4 granddaughters to a woman who raised two children alone as a very young widow, I recall many stories growing up that described the experiences that made my “nana” the woman I so respected, emulated, […]