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Smart watches and smart scales aren’t just useful for counting steps or cutting calories. If you’re living with multiple sclerosis (MS), then these devices can help build a community with those in a similar position.Teva’s Consumer Solutions and Global Customer Insights team set out to test whether connected devices could drive improvements in health and deliver a greater sense of control over the condition. The result was the company’s first MS patient connected health study and a blueprint for future investment in digital health.
Germany has notched up another first for Teva in the crusade for clean air and less pollution in the environment. In April 2018, Teva successfully tested the new natural gas-fueled trucks for six months in Ulm. The truck is now powering along the autobahns of Germany.
Few of the medical professionals at the sixth annual MS Symposium may have realized that they were among the early users of an app that could change the way meetings and symposiums are conducted forever.
“When you’re first diagnosed with a chronic condition, no one tells you how your illness is going to affect the non-medical aspects of your life,” said René Brooks, a contributor to the new Life Effects website launched by Teva at the International Alliance of Patients' Organizations (IAPO) Global Patient Congress in Miami. “My condition has affected my relationships, my career and my social life…and I wish I knew then what I know now.”
In the gruelling 30°C-degree midday heat of Goa in February, marathon runners limber up for the endurance test to come.
On World Asthma day 2018, we want to highlight the stories of individuals who struggle with asthma on a daily basis. With 300 million people worldwide living with asthma, it is important now more than ever that we continue to raise awareness about this disease 1.
A prestigious new international awards program has recently been born, thanks to a special collaboration between Teva and the National Liberty Museum of Philadelphia.
On Earth Day and every day, Teva is committed to being a responsible citizen of our planet. This means holding ourselves accountable to increasing energy efficiency, producing and procuring renewable energy, minimizing water withdrawal and identifying new ways to reduce and recycle waste. It also means providing our employees with a healthy and safe place to work.
As a pharmaceutical company, our operations and efforts are inherently connected to the environment, and we are dedicated to doing our part. Below are three position statements that detail our approach.
These positions reinforce our commitment to acting sustainably, treating our environment with respect and nurturing a world where people everywhere can enjoy healthier, better days.
We are incredibly proud that Teva Russia was awarded the prestigious Communication for Future (C4F) Davos Award 2018 in the "Reputation of the Future" category. Quality of life should be attainable for all, regardless of health conditions. The award-winning “Barrier Free” concept is how Teva Russia brings this vision to life, providing not only the broadest portfolio of high quality innovative and generic medicines, but also by offering convenient digital tools for patients and caregivers to manage their personal and family healthcare.
Congratulations to Manuel Allendesalazar, Forecasting Business Manager in Teva’s Global Supply Chain Center of Excellence, recognized as a “30 under 30 Rising Supply Chain Star”! This award from the Institute for Supply Management and Thomas highlights his valuable contributions as a talented young supply chain professional, and all he does to ensure that Teva medicines reach the patients who need them.
Story reprinted with permission from Thomas.net - http://30under30.thomasnet.com
The work being done by Teva’s Medical Affairs team is of vital importance, says its VP, Marco Avila
Echoing the aims of World Health Day 2018, Marco Avila, VP, Head of EU Medical Affairs, believes it is imperative to make “medicines available to as many people as possible.”
Teva’s marketing team in Peru is warming up for a second karaoke event to help Parkinson’s Disease patients, following the success of the initiative in 2017.
Teva IT specialist David Onamusi is putting his technical skills to good use to achieve #HealthForAll for World Health Day
David Onamusi is a man on a mission. When he’s not working as a digital business analyst at Ridings Point in Teva UK, he runs the Redefine Success Summit in Lagos, Nigeria. The annual entrepreneurs’ event focuses on the importance of health in business. “To me, Teva’s promise is about helping people to live better days. I see myself as one of the privileged ones – and this is my opportunity to give something back.”
Insights from Hafrun Fridriksdottir, Executive VP, Global R&D