Learning Lab: A Lilly Health Care Discovery Forum

Nineteen leaders of select national multicultural organizations leaders were immersed in a day at Lilly headquarters to contribute to their understanding of the pharmaceutical industry’s role in the health care system.

Attendees heard from senior leaders of Lilly as well as individuals working in clinical trials, research labs, manufacturing and medical. They toured a drug development lab, participated in learning sessions on health care topics and learned about the variety of diversity and inclusion initiatives under way at Lilly.

Lilly values the work and dedication of community organizations whose mission includes ensuring quality health care for patients and caregivers. As a company dedicated to discovering breakthrough therapies, Lilly welcomes opportunities to share an innovator’s perspective on the U.S. biopharmaceutical industry and its efforts to provide value to the health care delivery system, while also gaining insights from organizations that represent multicultural communities.

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