I liked the old format of seeing immediately if someone posted something new.
I also like the other aspects visible too (i.e. the statistics of how successful this program is), but have the impression, the current site setup is somehow trying to hide the 'support' aspects and highlight the 'advertisement' aspects, and not sure the two are in the right proportions this way. I am sorry, I really do not want to be a poor sport, I appreciate there is much work behind the new setup, and it is really nice. Maybe a more transparent split between the two businesses could be the right balance - like: go here for patient info and go here for professional info or similar... just an idea.
The site made an authentic impression on me as patient, as long as these 'benefits' were not advertised. I somehow can better believe in the '.care' mission.
Even though I know that there must be some benefits for someone, somewhere, e.g. clinical research, or similar, but seeing those results together with the community life is somehow less motivating for me as a patient to post. I feel a bit like 'sold'. I feel like a 'subject' versus a patient, if you know what I mean. It gets a bit less patient-centric for me, and that aspect was coming through better earlier.
I hope it makes sense what I am writing. I am just writing because you asked, and it is in no way a critic or so. I am trying to think along with you, like, what if I was in the team that manages this site.