Flex Health Solutions Webinar Series
Advance Your Drug Delivery and Medical Devices
Innovations to Enhance Patient Compliance and Adherence
April 3, 2019
This webinar will discuss common compliance and adherence issues with a variety of drug delivery devices and potential methods for improving these issues.
Drug delivery device manufacturers are faced with an immense challenge when it comes to patient compliance and adherence. This is especially a challenge in home use.
In this webinar:
•Gain insight into common types of use errors committed by patients with various drug delivery devices. Provide insight into common reasons patients don’t adhere to their therapy regimens.
•Learn about the common root causes for patients not complying with or adhering to their therapy.
•Discover innovative smart technologies which begin to bridge the patient compliance and adherence gaps.
•Review user needs related to patient compliance and adherence that remain ripe for opportunity and innovation.
Who should attend:
• Research and Development staff
• New Product Design
• Strategy and Innovation teams
• Human Factors professionals
• Technical Writers and Instructional Materials Developers
Senior Director, Human Factors
Laurie manages the Human Factors group at Farm Design, a Flex Company. She has 18 years of experience in the research and usability industry, working for many large OEM, pharmaceutical, and startup clients. She holds a BA in Human Factors Engineering from Tufts University. Prior to her current position, she was a research scientist at the American Institutes for Research. She also owned and operated her own research recruiting company for nine years.
Principal Human Factors Engineer
Lisa Gunther has more than 25 years of experience conducting both basic and applied psychological research, and is a well-published author in behavioral psychology. Prior to joining Farm, Lisa worked in higher education for 19 years and established both the Human Factors Psychology Program and User-Experience Research Lab (UXLab) at Greensboro College. Lisa earned her PhD in Psychology from Binghamton University, specializing in Behavioral-Cognitive Psychology with an emphasis in Statistics.