As pharmaceutical and device manufacturers search for ways to improve the patient’s experience with medical treatment and be a conduit to guide patients through insurance, one key role emerges as a direct link between the company and the patient—clinical educators.
Clinical educators can help empower the patient to make their own informed healthcare choices. Here are just a few of the ways they can improve understanding and patient confidence.
- Telehealth follow-up
- Discussion about side effect management, if within product label
- In-home training
- Patient advocacy
- Peer-to-peer communication
- Both patient- and physician-facing
- Virtual training
- Disease state awareness for patients and caregivers
- Patient transitions
Read more by downloading our full paper where we lay out case studies that demonstrate how clinical educator teams have successfully helped companies improve both patient adherence rates and patient satisfaction levels.