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Wearables in Clinical Trials

Wearables are improving the clinical trial experience for patients and satisfying the need to collect data for real-world use studies. This article – featuring comments from ERT’s Karin Beckstrom – reviews how connected health (including wearable devices and mHealth technology) is providing the industry with an opportunity for real-world patient-centric trials.

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What’s Trending: Voice Assistants

Learn from industry experts – including ERT’s Karin Beckstrom – about how smart speakers and Voice Assistance (VA) technology are improving healthcare as well as pharma’s clinical development and commercialization processes.

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Looking Forward to….

Hear from ERT’s Chief Data Officer – Prakriteswar Santikary, PhD – on how Artificial Intelligence (AI) can help clinical trial sponsors cut costs, improve data quality, and reduce trial times, helping them get new medications to market sooner.

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Accelerating Development

Here we review how a Risk-Based Quality Management (RBQM) approach to trial oversight can overcome many of the challenges facing clinical trial sponsors today ─ delivering the highest quality data, study performance improvements, and significant cost savings throughout their clinical trials.

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Therapeutic Innovation and Regulatory Science

Published on behalf of the ePRO Consortium, this article recommends a structured framework for training site personnel and study participants in order to optimize the advantages clinical trial sponsors can gain from using ePRO data collection systems.

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Risk-based Quality Management: The New Normal

This article reviews how clinical trial sponsors who take a risk-based approach to trial planning, management, and oversight can improve data quality, protocol compliance, enrollment and retention, ultimately achieving significant clinical development cost and time savings.

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