|For self-administration, adherence with drug therapy and disease management protocols has become a primary concern within the healthcare and pharmaceutical industries. For chronic conditions adherence has a direct effect on the patient’s quality-of-life. Connected devices – drug delivery devices that are designed to address the patient adherence issue by reminding and recording data about patient dosing activity and making it available to HCPs – are gaining interest among industry and managed care participants. Efforts to enhance adherence have a non-negligible effect on drug formulations and delivery decisions, and are a significant factor in the prescribing decisions of most physicians. The connected device ecosystem includes OEM device suppliers, drug developers, human factors consultants and aftermarket third-party devices.||
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Connected Drug Delivery – What You Will Learn
• What drug delivery devices incorporate connectivity technology, how do they work and what new capabilities do they offer to patients and their HCPs?
• What benefits do connected drug delivery devices provide to patients in the area of improved adherence? Patient safety and reported outcomes? HCP/patient communication?
• What therapeutic areas are the current focus of connected devices?
• Who are the companies behind the push to connected delivery devices? What are their development activities and corporate alliances and affiliations?
• What is the importance of pharma-device alliances and design partnerships on connected drug delivery device commercialization and market access?
• What does the current market for connected drug delivery devices look like? What will it look like in 2020?
• What are the key market drivers for the growth of connected drug delivery devices?
Connected Drug Delivery – Summary of Contents
Connected Devices – The Opportunity
Drug Development Trends
The Rapid Rise of Prefilled Devices
Factors Driving Drug Self-Administration
Therapeutic Demand Drivers
The Impact of Developing Economies
Wireless Connectivity Technologies
Near Field Communications
Wirelessly Connected Device Analysis
Integrated Connected Devices
Third Party/Aftermarket Connectivity Devices
Connected Handheld Injection Devices
Connected Wearable Injection Devices
Vendor-specific Connectivity Platforms
Third Party Connectivity Devices
Solid Dosage Forms
Near-term Markets and Applications
Upper Respiratory Diseases
Patient Acceptance and Training