With precision medicine and subsequent compliance becoming such a hot topic, the packaging of these sorts of treatments will become key. There will need to be some sort of feedback mechanism to ascertain what sort of packaging works and what doesn't. Compliance with treatments can be affected immensely by the ease of use of the packaging. Though patients undergoing extended treatments for serious illness are obviously more motivated to follow a specific regimen, removing barriers to use is never anything but beneficial. Hence, having some sort of simple mechanism to receive usage feedback is going to become more and more prevalent, particularly where precision medicine is concerned.