Our Services

FOR PEOPLE

Hemophilia Innovation works on behalf of people affected by bleeding
disorders. Below is an explanation of the services we will provide to the
community.

Idea/Project Development:

Many of the innovative ideas that benefit the bleeding disorder community are
born at the grassroots level and come from community members themselves.
Hemophilia Innovation works with members of the bleeding disorder community to
develop their ideas for programs and projects including; art, music, literature,
media, as well as advocacy, fundraising, education, inter-community
communication and networking.

Community members looking for information or to find partners for their ideas
may rely on Hemophilia Innovation to point them in the direction of people,
organizations, institutions, and industry that can provide them with the
information or connection they seek.

CLOT (The Magazine):

Forward progression happens when rational discussion prevails. Hemophilia
Innovation publishes a bimonthly collection of thought provoking Columns,
Letters, Opinions, and Teasers (CLOT). It is a forum for people, organizations,
institutions and manufacturers who want to talk about innovation in the bleeding
disorder community.

Conferences:

By working together, the bleeding disorder community can advance care,
treatment, and a cure. Hemophilia Innovation creates opportunities for symposia
and will provide the forum and support for the community to work on important
ideas and projects.

FOR ORGANIZATIONS

Hemophilia Innovation exists to support grassroots organizations that serve
the bleeding disorder community. Below is an explanation of the services we will
provide to consumer organizations.

Program Development:

For organizations seeking to address the needs of their community members,
Hemophilia Innovation can create from scratch, or help build upon existing
programs to meet those needs. We develop programs with your population in mind
and provide a fresh and innovative approach. This service also includes
budgeting and revenue development for your new program.

Resource Development:

For organizations seeking to address the needs of their community members,
Hemophilia Innovation will create from scratch, or help build upon existing
programs to meet those needs. We will develop programs with your population in
mind and provide a fresh and innovative approach. This service will also include
budgeting and revenue development for your new program.

Summer Camp Support:

The bleeding disorder community places a very high value on their summer camp
programs. Hemophilia Innovation will provide programming services to keep camp
fresh and fun while meeting educational and recreational objectives. Hemophilia
Innovation will also maintain a knowledge base of administrative best practices
to keep camp safe and running smoothly.

Grant Writing:

Many organizational programs and projects can be funded through grant
applications to foundations and companies. Hemophilia Innovation will offer a
grant writing service with the advantage of having specific knowledge of the
bleeding disorder community and the objectives of bleeding disorder agencies.

Conferences:

Hemophilia Innovation can help organizations design and operate local,
state-wide, regional or national conferences. Whether your meeting is
educational, inspirational, advocacy oriented, or community building, we will be
able to help you obtain your objectives.

FOR INSTITUTIONS (Chapters and HTC’S)

Hemophilia innovation exists to support institutions like HTC’s that serve
the bleeding disorder community. Below is an explanation of the services we will
provide to institutions.

Program Development:

For institutions, like Hemophilia Treatment Centers that seek to address the
needs of their patients, Hemophilia Innovation will create from scratch or build
upon an existing program to meet those needs. Examples of these programs
include; DNA carrier testing, outreach to distant or other underserved
populations, patient compliance/education, or transition issues to name a few.
This service will also include budgeting and revenue development for the
program.

Resource Development:

Diverse revenue streams are vital to maintain a healthy institution.
Hemophilia Innovation will offer assistance in developing strategic plans,
tools, and ideas to meet the funding objectives of institutions, like Hemophilia
Treatment Centers. As non-profit organizations, institutions are eligible to
receive fundraising donations, hold capital campaigns, special events, or
conduct gift-giving solicitations under the guidelines of their parent hospital.
Hemophilia Innovation can do this work allowing the institution’s staff to focus
on patient care.

Grant Writing:

Many organizational programs and projects can be funded through grant
applications to foundations and companies. Hemophilia Innovation will offer a
grant writing service with the advantage of having specific knowledge of the
bleeding disorder community and the objectives of bleeding disorder agencies.

Conferences:

Hemophilia Innovation can help you design and operate local, state-wide,
regional or national conferences. Whether your meeting goals are patient
education, physician education, or multi-disciplinary symposia, we will be able
to help you obtain your objectives.

FOR INDUSTRY

Hemophilia Innovation exists to establish partnerships, projects, and
opportunities that benefit both the patients and the companies that provide
hemophilia products or services. Below is an explanation of the services we will
provide to Industry:

Consultancy:

Michael Rosenthal, Hemophilia Innovation’s president, works with businesses
that want to achieve their goals and objectives in the bleeding disorder market.
Hemophilia Innovation is an active participant in the bleeding disorder
community at every level, and can bring this synergy along with 17 years of
experience to your company. He is the recipient of eight National Hemophilia
Foundation Awards of Excellence for innovative programming, and has developed
several successful national initiatives including; NACCHO, Fundfusion, and the
creation of MASAC approved Healthcare Guidelines for bleeding disorder summer
camps.

Consumer Communication:

Many parents, individuals and family members of the bleeding disorder
community want direct contact from manufacturers, home healthcare companies, and
other professional bleeding disorder service providers. Hemophilia Innovation
works to facilitate these relationships and can help your company get in touch
with the community. (Actively HIPPA Compliant)

Idea/Project Development:

For businesses seeking new ideas and channels to bring meaningful messages to
the bleeding disorder community, Hemophilia Innovation is ready to work with
your team, or take the initiative in developing new ideas, channels, and
projects.

Advertising Opportunities:

Hemophilia Innovation offers two unique advertising opportunities to
hemophilia businesses. CLOT (The Magazine) is a thought provoking bimonthly
publication of Columns, Letters, Opinions, and Teasers (CLOT). It is a forum for
people, organizations, institutions and industires that want to talk about
innovation in the bleeding disorder community. There’s no other periodical like
it with national distribution.  In addition, this website promotes the advertisers in CLOT with links and banner ads.  Click here to learn about advertising opportunities.