Picturing Patient Inequity with Zebra Strategies

ImageThink partnered with Zebra Strategies to help illustrate patient journeys. Highlighting the experiences of Black and Hispanic women living with chronic conditions, the illustration of research helps clients see where they can slot into the process and improve the care for underserved communities while prompting deeper conversations.

Graphic of ImageThink Method - Excite phase

Marginalized Populations in The Pharmaceutical Space 

Zebra Strategies, a research services company, was created as an answer to marketing and advertising deficiencies. By engaging perspectives of differing cultures, ethnicities, and socioeconomic backgrounds they help clients discover solutions using qualitative and quantitative research design, focus group moderating, and recruiting—with a focus on difficult-to-reach populations and targets. Zebra Strategy consultants are a mix of classically trained market researchers, strategists from advertising agencies, and academic researchers—resulting in a holistic portrait of marketing issues with actionable solutions.  

ImageThink and Zebra Strategies partnered together to visualize research and insights on the experience of women of color living with chronic conditions. This visual asset would be displayed during a conference at a women’s oncology vendor fair.  

depiction of the patient inequity journey of women of color

Showing Inequities and Impact Across the Patient Journey 

Visualizing insights in the pharmaceutical space inspires connections and promotes deeper interest and discussion. ImageThink Visual Strategists expertly illustrated the patient inequity journey of Black and Hispanic women living with chronic conditions, from the first signs and symptoms through to ongoing treatment and care.  

Picturing Empathy and Advancing Research 

The research and ImageThink’s strategic visual were displayed and distributed at a Women’s Oncology Vendor Fair. Visualizing important research makes insights digestible and impactful. Illustrating the patient inequity experience humanizes research groups and allows pharmaceutical companies to see where they can meet the needs of underserved groups and recognize the necessity for further research.  

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