Sarah Krüg

Sarah Krüg

“Missing Link: The Patient’s Roar”

A transformation is underway. With the explosion of health technology, access to biometric data, and patient centered solutions, healthcare innovations are on the rise. Sarah explores how the voice of the patient can be amplified in the design of innovations and how we can partner with patients to co-design the future of healthcare.

Sarah Krüg is a researcher, innovator, and patient advocate. She is CEO of CANCER101, founder of Health Collaboratory, executive director and past president of Society for Participatory Medicine, and serves on the board of National Organization of Rare Diseases. Previously, Sarah was Global Education Director in the medical education group and worked in patient advocacy relations at Pfizer, where she also established the company’s Global Investigator Initiated Research Program. Prior to Pfizer, she spearheaded the development of pediatric disease management clinical pathways and conducted clinical research at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center.