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Patients and Physicians Express Desire to Switch to Transdermal Drug Delivery, Finds Frost & Sullivan
Date:7/11/2013

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The route of administration and drug delivery technology has a huge bearing on the adoption of, and compliance with, new as well as existing drugs. Among the surveyed physicians, only a quarter were considered early adopters of new drug delivery forms. Accordingly, manufacturers must listen to actual selection criteria and level of satisfaction data collected from end-users to find commercial success among medical practitioners.

"All things considered, physicians usually lean toward the treatment they feel will be most acceptable to their patients in order to ensure good compliance," said Frost & Sullivan Vice President of Global Research Monali Patel Shastry.

These indicators are highly relevant in the current market scenario, wherein medication adherence is a growing concern, with momentous medical and economic consequences.

"When selecting the optimal drug delivery method, reimbursement incentives for improving adherence and impact on formulary decisions are proven to be important factors," noted Frost & Sullivan Life Sciences Senior Industry Analyst Deborah Toscano. "Drug development pipelines are full of innovative drugs and biologics, and differentiation is increasingly important in this crowded market to gain and maintain market share."

It is important to note the drivers of satisfaction and selection are not always the same across diseases and methods. For example, the several novel oral therapies for multiple sclerosis recently introd
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