We are excited and curious about the highly anticipated diabetes drugs, devices, and therapies launching in 2022. The future is bright, with many open questions for the diabetes industry.
- What is the patient experience with just-launched diabetes products?
- What causes people to try something new?
- How could existing launches improve future roll outs?
The success of a launch can be heavily influenced by understanding the true impact that these products and services will have for the people that use them on a daily basis.
Our resident qualitative expert, Alice Morgan, has designed a groundbreaking data service with just this in mind.
We are excited to announce dQ&A’s new syndicated qualitative research service, First Look Insights, which will provide the earliest possible qualitative insights from authentic, real-world patient experiences with just-launched products, using structured and proven research techniques.
This new service will provide the First Look into how users experience recently-launched diabetes products. It will help to explain how well each product delivers its functional and emotional benefits to determine what works, and what needs more work.
Our first report will be coming out very soon. To understand the true impact that these products and services will have, drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org
About dQ&A – The Diabetes Research Company
dQ&A is a social enterprise that’s committed to making life better for people with diabetes. We harness patient voices to help develop better tools and policies for people with diabetes and improve health outcomes. For over ten years, we have been tracking the experiences and opinions of people with diabetes in the United States, Canada and Europe. We are trusted by patients because of our independence and commitment to them. Our team has decades of experience in quantitative and qualitative research and a deep knowledge of diabetes. Many of our own lives have been touched by diabetes, so we have a personal stake in our work. To learn more and to see research highlights, you can follow us on LinkedIn (dQ&A – The Diabetes Research Company), Facebook (@dQandA) and Twitter (@dQAresearch).