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Scott A. Taillie

Vice President, Marketing and Business Development

Alere Inc.

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Alere Inc.

51 Sawyer Road Suite 200

Waltham, Massachusetts 02453

United States

Company Description

Alere believes that when diagnosing and monitoring health conditions, Knowing now matters. Alere delivers on this vision by providing reliable and actionable information through rapid diagnostic tests, enhancing clinical and economic health outcomes globa ... more

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Background Information

Employment History


Instant Technologies , Inc.

Director of National Accounts

Instant Technology LLC

Vice President

Marketing and Development , Alere Toxicology


Board Member
Drug & Alcohol Testing Industry Association

Dipro Diagnostic Products

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"All of our metrics and the intelligence related to a particular account is viewable across a spectrum of departments," says Scott Taillie, Alere's vice president of marketing and business development.

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Scott Taillie, VP of Marketing and Development, Alere Toxicology

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"This is good both for cost reduction and patient compliance," says Scott Taillie, director of national accounts at Instant Technologies Inc. "Medicare reimburses for up to 100 glucose strips in a month, the equivalent of three tests a day, but this is not always enough. And, worse, non-insulin dependent users are reimbursed only for 100 strips every three months. Depending on the severity of their diseases, diabetics must monitor their blood between three and 10 or more times daily.

Taillie says insurance companies can purchase bulk amounts of strips and meters directly from vendors at reasonable rates. "Whereas Medicare may reimburse a diabetic patient $66 for a monitor and $35 for 50 glucose strips, an insurance company can usually purchase a meter for about $20 and pay $14 for 50 strips directly from the vendor," he says.
"It's all about ease of use for diabetics," says Taillie.
"Results are stored online," says Taillie. "Each time the user tests, the phone automatically sends a text message to a central office database. He adds that only if a device is user friendly will people actually use it.
Beyond screening Taillie and Ramsey agree with Cotton that screening patients to determine who is hyperglycemic or diabetic is an important first step, but that caregivers and patients must know how to use this information.
"Screening goes hand-in-hand with education, and hospitals and wellness centers can play a greater role in educating the general public," says Taillie.

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