Improving Patient Onboarding with Advancements in Medical Device Training

For some patients diagnosed with chronic medical conditions, weekly or biweekly self-administration using drug delivery devices is often a necessary component of a successful treatment program. Every year, more patients are introduced to injection devices, such as prefilled syringes, auto-injectors and injection pens for at-home treatment. With this self-injection comes a variety of emotional and environmental factors that can cause inconsistencies in treatment. Recent studies have shown that many patients are struggling to follow all of the required steps outlined in the provided Instructions for Use (IFU) document. As technology continues to develop at a rapid pace, medical manufacturers, too, must evolve to incorporate technological advances that will help to improve the patient experience. Improved training technologies like error correcting and wireless features allow brands to engage patients and provide personalized training content based on individual patient needs and performance. Read More >