Phillips-Medisize, along with Medicom Innovation Partner, will showcase their capabilities at next week’s PDA Universe of Pre-filled Syringes and Injection Devices conference in Huntington Beach, CA. This conference brings together industry and regulatory experts to share their experiences with the benefits, convenience and innovations pre-filled syringes and injection devices.
With this year’s conference key focus being connected devices, it is a perfect opportunity to share Phillips- Medisize and Medicom’s complete end-to-end capabilities for biopharma customers from early device strategy and human factors engineering through full scale production and integrated supply chain management.
Hans Jensen, Medicom Senior Business Development Manger will present, ‘Hands-On Approach to Developing an Optimized Connected Drug Delivery Device System.’ During the session, he will share the key benefits of electronic-enabled drug delivery devices, as well as connected devices, with examples and experiences from various projects. Since connected health is in its emergent stages, uncertainty exists regarding things such as data privacy and regulations, to name a few. The audience will gain insight into dealing with these aspects of bringing a connected health system to market.
“As patients continue to be the focus for new devices, their ease of use and adherence to treatment is key; with the rising drug costs, healthcare payers seek justification that the drugs are cost effective and improve patient outcomes,” commented Bill Welch, CTO. “New opportunities for these increasingly challenging said are found when companies begin incorporating electronics, mobile apps, and cloud databases to create device ecosystems.”
The 2016 PDA Universe of Pre-filled Syringes and Injection Devices Conference will be held at the Hyatt Regency Huntington Beach Resort and Spa on October 17-18, 2016.
Phillips-Medisize will be located in booth 603, and Medicom can be found at tabletop 9. Mr. Jensen’s presentation will be on Monday, October 17 at 3:45 p.m. during the A2 Connectivity: Data Collecting from Patient Behavior session.