Enhancing Adherence to Self-Injection Regimens by Connected Devices

By ThriveAdmin | June 7, 2018
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Many patients do not stick to their autoinjector regimens, which can lead to poor health outcomes. As Craig Baker, Executive Vice-President at Noble, explains, there are many reasons why this… Read More »

Living with Asthma or COPD? Easy-to-Use Inhalers are a Priority

By ThriveAdmin | May 18, 2018
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People living with asthma or COPD are often prescribed medications delivered with a device called an inhaler as part of their treatment. Some of the most common types are called… Read More »

Autoinjector Trainer Innovations to Enhance the Patient Experience

By ThriveAdmin | May 14, 2018
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In an increasingly crowded marketplace, the availability of realistic trainers can serve as a key differentiator that can set a pharmaceutical company ahead of its competitors. Noble has designed an… Read More »

“Smart” Training Devices Alleviate Concerns of Self-Injection: Interview with Noble International’s Joe Reynolds

By ThriveAdmin | May 3, 2018
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Most patients encounter shots and injections, like the flu vaccine, in the context of a clinic or local pharmacy. However, for many patients, shots and injections are not an annual… Read More »

Realistic Pulmonary Delivery System Trainers: Benefits for Patients, Physicians and Pharma

By ThriveAdmin | April 24, 2018
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The use of training devices has been shown to improve correct inhalation device technique in patients. In this article, Craig Baker, Executive Vice-President, Noble, discusses the prevalence of improper use… Read More »

Patients and Health Literacy

By ThriveAdmin | April 18, 2018
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Low health literacy affects more than 90 million people in the United States. Patients and families who struggle to understand health information have difficult time following medical recommendations and are… Read More »