Engaging Patients with BYOD, Wearables, and Sensors

The future of leveraging remotely collected patient data has arrived, but how will you apply this technology in your next trial?

Susan Dallabrida VP Clinical Science & Consulting ERT

Susan Dallabrida – VP, Clinical Science & Consulting, ERT

The opportunities to better engage patients across all phases of clinical development have never been greater. We can now apply technology in creative ways to collect meaningful data from patients – without unduly increasing their burden as trial participants.

The Bring-Your-Own-Device (BYOD) and wearables approach to electronic clinical gives patients the ability to use their familiar devices, or wearables (like a watch), to provide data and receive trial information. These new technologies can increase patient engagement but also can improve the quality and quantity of patient data collected during a trial.

This webinar will explore some of the latest applications of these technologies, including both opportunities and pitfalls to consider.