About RWHC

Real World Health Care (RWHC) is sponsored by the HealthWell Foundation, a leading nonprofit that provides financial assistance to help underinsured patients living with chronic or life-altering conditions afford their medical treatments. The HealthWell Foundation has served as a safety net for more than 822,000 underinsured patients across over 85 disease areas. Since its inception, HealthWell has provided over $3.3 billion in grant support to help patients access life-changing medical treatments they otherwise would not be able to afford.

Since 2013, RWHC has featured compelling content on health care issues affecting Americans. From features on the people, programs and services changing the way health care is delivered, to interviews with leading researchers and clinicians, to profiles of patient advocacy organizations, RWHC has provided valuable insights and information to those interested in both the current state and the future of health care.

Current Blog Series. Real World Health Care will continue to support HealthWell’s mission in 2020 with a focus on several important topics, including Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS), CAR-T Cell Therapy, Macular Degeneration and Movement Disorders. We’ll offer insights on programs and initiatives from individuals and organizations dedicated to supporting patients and their caregivers and to improving health outcomes.

Our latest series follows on the heels of recent series topics including:

Outstanding Visibility. The blog is supported by a robust social media campaign to boost our following, grow our influence and reach the audiences of interest to our guest bloggers, including industry executives, patient support and advocacy organizations, health systems, academic institutions, governmental agencies and NGOs.

  • 37,000+ annual page views
  • 25,000+ annual users
  • 1,100+ Twitter followers

For more information on Real World Health Care or to contribute a post or article idea, contact managing editor Linda Barlow at Linda.Barlow@HealthWellFoundation.org or 267-481-0502.

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