Patrick is a Medical Affairs consultant with over 30 years of experience within the pharmaceutical industry. His area of focus and expertise is Medical Affairs functional capabilities, where he helps organizations harmonize and transform those capabilities to enhance efficiencies, increase productivity, and create value.
Patrick is currently the CEO of phactMI, a non-profit association representing medical information leadership of 30+ pharma companies. PhactMI is an industry-wide consortium that focuses on increasing the awareness, credibility, and access to medical information.
Prior to joining phactMI, Patrick worked at Bristol-Myers Squibb where he held various leadership roles within the R&D organization. He led the US Clinical Site Monitoring organization in R&D operations and implemented the original Oncology and Immunocience field Medical teams in US Medical Affairs. Patrick’s global achievement at BMS was leading the implementation of a Field Medical capability in Europe, in support of several key launches.
Patrick was a member of the Global Medical leadership team and provided executive sponsorship for several key initiatives and programs including: developing new leaders through the BMS-Rutgers PharmD program; implementing new global systems and capabilities in support of a multichannel, customer centric strategy; and helping to transform the organization to a specialty care biopharma model.
Just prior to leaving BMS, Patrick led the globalization of the Medical Information capability by harmonizing customer engagement through the implementation of a global medical contact center, centralizing medical content creation and curation, and implementing a multichannel technology solution.
Patrick is a Physician Assistant by training and holds a Masters of Science degree in business administration and human resources management.