The respiratory consultation of the future?
The reasons behind inadequately controlled asthma can be hard to identify. However, at Teva we’re constantly looking at ways to break down these barriers, and improve patient control.
One approach, is how we could reimagine future consultations with patients. Face-time with patients is all too brief, so it’s important to maximise the impact of every opportunity and touch point with patients.
In this consultation simulation, we want you to discover how connected data can reveal the individual challenges associated with treatment adherence and inhaler technique.
Aim of the simulation
- Choose one of five patients by scrolling left or right
- Your consultation with your chosen patient will begin
- Choose a suitable ‘next step’ in their management
- At this point, you can review their connected data
- Reconsider your decision based on the connected data
- A single consultation takes about two minutes to complete
The consultation simulation is intended for the use of healthcare professionals only.
By clicking ‘start’ I confirm that I am a healthcare professional.
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