Making Packaging Part of the Remedy

Monique Daranyi, June 10 2022

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Home health is playing an increasing role in the way we look after ourselves.  Making sure the end user feels positive about the experience is important particularly when it comes to encouraging people to engage with medical devices. 


Tone co-founder Oscar Daws talks to Dieline about the importance of patient-centric packaging and the opportunity to maximise adoption, adherence, and safety, particularly when there’s no healthcare professional present.


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