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Compliance packaging, also known as adherence packaging, refers to putting all of a patient’s medications in one package—either blister packs or pouches—to make it easier for them to follow their medication routine.
Organising the medications by dose, weekday, and time of day the patient takes them. This makes it easy for the patient to take the appropriate medications at the appropriate times.
Patients and payers are putting pressure on hospitals and health systems to provide more value. Increased adherence, which improves patient outcomes, can be aided by compliance packaging.
The India Adherence Packaging Market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2026, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2027.
At CPhI(Cardinal Health International) India, Essentra, a global pioneer in healthcare packaging, will demonstrate its cutting-edge pharmaceutical packaging, serialisation, and patient adherence solutions.
The wide selection of goods ensures that brand owners and CMOs can meet regulatory requirements while also increasing the possibility that patients will take their drugs as recommended. Essentra’s product portfolio highlights the company’s industry-leading capacity to develop breakthrough solutions in response to present and future industry difficulties.
Essentra has a number of products on display, including tamper detection solutions that show if a package has been opened earlier, as well as serialisation and authentication solutions that help check the legality of pharmaceutical contents.
At the exhibition, Essentra also debuts its newly developed Patient Adherence Pack.The Pack depicts six essential packaging characteristics that could help increase patient adherence: tamper-proof, consumer-friendly opening mechanisms, infographics, temperature indications, crumple zones, alert cards, and instruction booklets.
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