Phillips-Medisize Webinar

Balancing Drug Delivery Device Connectivity, Sustainability, and Usability

Webinar

Balancing Drug Delivery Device Connectivity, Sustainability, and Usability

Tuesday, May 19, 2020

11am EDT (NA) / 4pm BST (UK) / 5pm CEST (EU-Central) 60 min

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Balancing Drug Delivery Device Connectivity, Sustainability, and Usability

For the past two decades, single-use disposable autoinjectors have become the predominant drug delivery device to treat immunosuppressive and inflammatory diseases and a range of other health conditions. Autoinjectors have evolved to become more compact, reliable, and easy to use; however, these devices also possess certain suboptimal characteristics associated with single-use products. New innovations can now overcome the challenges of traditional disposable autoinjector technology while providing a proven platform for pharmaceutical companies.

Join this webinar and learn:

  • Why disposable, single-use autoinjectors, introduced in the early 2000s, can no longer satisfy today’s requirements to reduce space, storage, and waste
  • The growing demand for drug delivery device connectivity to improve patient adherence, care team collaboration, and health outcomes
  • How pharmaceutical companies can create a clear path to low-cost connectivity with more affordable, convenient, and sustainable injection devices
  • Examples of smart, reusable, autoinjectors that work with mobile apps to track and transmit digital data from patients to physicians
  • Key considerations when embracing a connected health platform for biologic and injectable drugs

 

Speaker

Bill Welch, Chief Technology Officer

Bill Welch, Chief Technology Officer, Phillips-Medisize, a Molex company

As Chief Technology Officer, Bill Welch leads the Phillips-Medisize global pre-production organization, a 700-person team spanning front-end innovation, development, and new product introduction. Welch’s program-focused organization regularly has more than 50 programs running concurrently along the development and launch continuum, and he leads the company’s global expansion for manufacturing and development.

With nearly 30 years of contract development and manufacturing experience, Welch has a bachelor’s degree from the University of Minnesota at Duluth, serves on the industry advisory board for the Plastics Engineering program at the University of Wisconsin-Stout, and is a board member of an inhaled drug delivery platform company.