With telehealth and online prescription ordering now standard practice - due in large part to the COVID-19 pandemic - ensuring that therapies can be administered effectively and independently, without access to a healthcare provider, is more important than ever. With a reduced opportunity for face-to-face interactions, the instructions for use (IFU) may be the only method some users are receiving to learn about a therapy treatment. Furthermore, making user friendly instructions available in a digital space is a crucial step forward to ensure accessibility and accuracy.
Join us for a complimentary webinar as we discuss data-driven design of Instructions for Use (IFU) in the medical space. We will present case studies that highlight a user-centered approach to designing an optimal experience with both paper-based and digital IFUs. The learnings from these case studies will provide takeaways that can be applied to design regardless of the life-cycle stage that a product may be in. Attendees will hear more about:
- Best practices for designing IFUs
- Multiple digital design solutions that can help pharma manufacturers create effective solutions for end-user patients
- The benefits and drawbacks of using digital platforms to communicate instructions
Don’t miss your opportunity to learn how a standardized approach to designing and distributing IFUs can benefit your company, including the safety benefits to your users, reducing the risk of liability, and simplifying distribution.
Trevor Johnson, Senior Lead Specialist, UX
Corey Cook, Senior Vice President, UX
Rebecca Williamson, Senior Lead Specialist, UX