BARNESVILLE, Ga.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The PharmaKon CEO/founder Gail Trauco, R.N., BSN-OCN frequently travels around the United States to help patients, medical practitioners, and pharmaceutical companies align on best case solutions. She has gained a reputation as a fierce advocate for patient’s rights and for resolving the most difficult medical cases in the American healthcare system.
Recently tapped to receive the Top 100 Women to KNOW in North America! Award, Trauco is an invaluable resource and inspired solution provider to patients, health care providers and pharmaceutical companies alike. She has spent four decades helping patients navigate the red tape of medical care and is focused on leveling the healthcare playing field. Trauco will receive her award at the Annual KNOW Summit on May 17, 2022 at the Saguaro Hotel in Scottsdale, Arizona.
“My practice and mindset for patient advocacy comes from years of direct patient experience...from my time as a candy striper volunteer to present day working with some of the world's leading healthcare providers and pharmaceutical companies,” says Trauco, a 43+ year Oncology nurse and champion for equitable healthcare. “My exposure to innovative treatments and continued involvement in clinical research allows me to provide a 360 degree view of the U.S. healthcare system. Our top priority is bringing diversity and inclusion to all healthcare sectors through decentralized clinical trials.”
For nearly 30 years, The PharmaKon’s dedicated government and public health services group has successfully delivered clinical research services to various agencies, contractors and nonprofits in both prime contractor and subcontractor capacities within full compliance of all federal contracting requirements. Its services have supported the organizations in conducting therapeutic, vaccine and medical device studies throughout North America across all trial phases and therapeutic areas.
The PharmaKon has unique connections to rural healthcare and underserved communities by way of Trauco’s experiences growing up on a family farm in her native North Carolina and the company’s headquarters in rural Georgia. Its team of mobile nurses are pioneering a new era in healthcare. Rural and marginalized communities, LGBTQ, people of color, and low-income patients now have an equal opportunity to take part in innovative clinical trials.
For more information about Gail Trauco and The PharmaKon and its industry leading, decentralized clinical trials go to: www.ThePharmaKonLLC.com