Electronic clinical outcomes assessments (eCOA) are no longer just about patient diaries. With recent technological advancements, eCOA has become a valuable tool that helps sponsors gain greater insight into patient experiences during clinical development – especially in site-less trials.
Meet with ERT representatives, including Christopher Watson, PhD, at booth 205 and attend his session, “BYOD: A Game-Changer for Sponsors, Sites and Patients” at 11:00 am on Thursday, February 15. He will share Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) and flexible provisioning success stories, and demonstrate why sponsors need to incorporate this approach into study protocols and post-marketing evidence programs.
Attendees will learn how a BYOD approach to eCOA, coupled with wireless integration with mobile medical devices, opens up a whole new world of data collection options for trial sponsors, sites and patients. Participants will:
- Know what’s really meant by ‘BYOD’ and ‘flexible provisioning’
- Understand how FDA, EMA and regional regulators view BYOD data
- See how BYOD has moved beyond patient smartphones to include site tablets and workstations
- Preview how exploratory endpoints and real world evidence may include wearables and even voice-assisted technology such as Amazon Alexa
Not attending the Summit? Click here to learn how to accelerate your research with eCOA technology that doesn’t get in the way.