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Jabil Healthcare is the medical device, diagnostics, pharmaceutical and consumer health arm of Jabil, a US-based global product and manufacturing services company. Jabil Healthcare provides services through design and development, engineering to manufacturing for drug delivery devices.
|Date:||13th December 2022|
|Topics:||CONNECTIVITY, INJECTION, INTERVIEW|
Oliver Eden of Jabil Healthcare looks at the factors influencing the return on investment metrics in clinical development and introduces Jabil’s autoinjector platform Qfinity™ and its connected version, Qfinity+™.
|Date:||12th May 2022|
Oliver Eden discusses the factors that drive the design and development of a reusable autoinjector solution. Foremost amongst these considerations is the patient, in terms of ease of use with the device itself and maximising access to the broadest possible population with a versatile, portfolio-enabling platform ready for the connected world.
|Date:||2nd November 2021|
|Co Authors:||Gerard Linnane, Justin Carroll|
Michael Kiely, Gerard Linnane and Justin Carroll discuss how implementing a thoughtful design-for-sustainability process can ensure medical devices not only improve patients’ lives but are also kinder to the environment.
|Date:||15th December 2020|
|Co Authors:||Laura Marsden, Peter Stringer, David Boyle|
|Topics:||CONNECTIVITY, INDUSTRIALISATION, INJECTION, RESPIRATORY|
Michael Kiely, Laura Marsden, Peter Stringer, and David Boyle discuss the design challenges at the electromechanical interface and encourage manufacturers to adopt a standardised approach for connecting medical devices to the cloud.
|Date:||3rd February 2020|
|Co Authors:||Gerard Linnane, Michael Kiely, Joshua Coyne, Maciej Grygorczuk|
|Topics:||EXPERT VIEW, INJECTION, WEARABLES|
Developing devices capable of delivering highly viscous biologic drug formulations at high volumes does not come without its challenges. Paolo Fiorini, Gerard Linnane, Michael Kiely, Maciej Grygorczuk and Joshua Coyne discuss these challenges and the merits of various drive solutions.
|Date:||23rd June 2017|
Getting patients to adhere to long-term therapy for asthma and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease remains a difficult issue to tackle. Conor Mulcahy discusses a smart inhaler which could help solve this problem.