The Medical Device Innovation Consortium (MDIC) released its report on of Best Practices for Communicating Benefit, Risk, and Uncertainty for Medical Devices. The report focuses on providing evidence-based best practices and identifies characteristics of providers and patients while examining how the dissemination of scientific and medical information affects patients’ comprehension and decision-making.
Patient advocate Heidi Dohse said, “The patient perspective that is included in this report will help physicians and medical device manufacturers understand what patients really need. This report provides patient insights in a way that is actionable for physicians and medical device manufacturers.” Read more here.
(Source: Businesswire, September 11, 2020)