The COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in patients delaying care across the board, leaving HCOs, and the organizations serving them, wondering when pre-pandemic levels of clinical activity will return.  

With conversations about COVID-19 vaccines at the national forefront, there are constant questions of who is eligible to get the vaccine and when – and, in some cases, if eligible individuals will choose to get a vaccine at all. 

As we approach April, home to World Immunization Week, join Todd Bellemare, VP, Professional Services and Brittany Morin-Mezzadri, Principal Customer Success Manager at Definitive Healthcare as they discuss: 

  •  Historical Immunization trends and how this compares to COVID-19 vaccinations  
  •  Current data to assess COVID-19 case counts and vaccine accessibility  
  •  Which specialties are trending upward towards pre-pandemic clinical activity, and which are not 
  • Strategies that biotechnology and pharmaceutical companies are using to engage with HCPs in these uncertain times

Featured Speakers

Todd Bellemare

Vice President of Professional Services
Definitive Healthcare

Todd has spent his executive leadership career building healthcare provider and patient analytics.  He has grown powerful data and professional services teams at Definitive Healthcare and DRG and has helped thousands of leading life sciences and technology companies build their commercialization strategies through a deep understanding of the healthcare facilities, physicians, and patient landscape.  With more than 20 years of experience in the clinical trials, technology, and data fields, Todd brings a complete picture to his analysis and discussions. 

Brittany Morin-Mezzadri

Principal Customer Success Manager, Biopharma
Definitive Healthcare

Brittany is a Principal Customer Success Manager and has experience partnering with our pharmaceutical, medical device, provider, and staffing agency clients. With a master’s degree in Medical Sociology, she writes about the intersection of social and clinical sciences and the implications on patient care.


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