7 posts tagged “david s. williams iii”

Holidays Wishes from PatientsLikeMe to You

Posted December 23rd, 2011 by

A Group of Very Jolly PatientsLikeMe Employees

The holidays are a time for thinking about everything you hope and wish for in the coming year.  They’re also a time for appreciating everything you already have.  As our season’s greetings to you, we wanted to share a wish expressed by each member of our management team.

Ben Heywood

“I wish for every patient and family dealing with illness to know that they are not alone and that we are all in this together.” Ben Heywood, President and Co-Founder

Paul Wicks

“I hope Santa brings you all your health data and that you will share it with other patients like you!” – Paul Wicks, PhD, Research & Development Director

David S. Williams III

“I wish for people to have the most happy, healthy, and joyous holidays filled with the unparalleled love from those who matter in their lives.” – David S. Williams III, Chief Marketing Officer and Head of Business Development

Robert Palladino

“My wish for patients everywhere is that they continue to learn about their chronic conditions and keep updated on the latest treatments from multiple sources.” – Robert Palladino, Chief Financial Officer

Jamie Heywood

“All of us at PatientsLikeMe wish you and those you love a holiday of joy and grace.” – Jamie Heywood, Chairman and Co-Founder

Happy Holidays!


One for All: Walking the Road Ahead with Both Patients and Industry

Posted May 19th, 2011 by

“You’re the patient who’s taking the medication. But industry can act almost like a friend who’s walking with you. And that relationship has never been the case in healthcare. Never.” – David S. Williams III

Last week, we kicked off our latest video series with an interview with President and Co-Founder Ben Heywood about the “long road” we’re all on together to change the way healthcare works for patients like you.

This week, Chief Marketing Officer and Head of Business Development David S. Williams III offers his perspective on how our industry partners can take part in this collaborative journey. Listen in to hear his thoughts on a new type of patient-industry relationship that is now possible thanks to social media.

Curious what other parties will share this “road” with us? Stay tuned for next week’s video interview with another member of the PatientsLikeMe executive team.