“Focus 5” – A Guide to mHealth in Your Next Clinical Trial

“Focus 5” – A Guide to mHealth in Your Next Clinical Trial

By BBK Worldwide on Tue, Apr 21, 2015

Focus 5: mHealth and its impact on clinical trials

Following last week’s successful mHealth + Patient Engagement webinar, which featured Larry Suarez, mobile architect with Oracle’s Health Sciences Global Business Unit and Daniel Bender, product manager with Empatica, we are excited to offer our latest Focus 5 eBook – a compilation of industry expert insights on the ways in which mobile health technology impacts clinical trials, raises the patient voice, and enables a higher standard of care.  

From wearables that monitor and capture a patient’s physiological data to mobile apps for study patient and site engagement, mHealth technology is quickly becoming the new norm in healthcare and life sciences – and for good reason. Innovation in this space has evolved dramatically in recent years, and early adopters are seeing big benefits across the clinical research continuum.

Download our latest Focus 5: mHealth for free and learn from those putting mobile health technology to work.  Highlights include:

  • Larry Suarez, mobile architect with Oracle’s Health Sciences Global Business Unit, offers advice on overcoming some of the obstacles companies face when implementing mHealth technology within a clinical trial
  • Lily Cappelletti, Director of Research Engagement with The Michael J. Fox Foundation highlights how mobile apps and wearables will raise the patient voice
  • Jason Rightmyer, Director of Research Informatics with the Institute for Aging Research, explores the ability mobile technology has to provide a higher standard of physician care
  • BBK experts Matt Kibby and Jaime Cohen detail how mHealth is improving engagement for both patients and sites

If you couldn’t join us for our webinar last week, you can access it on-demand here. We’ll also be posting the full Q&A here on the blog soon, which will include answers to all the questions we couldn’t get to during the hour long event.

mHealth + Patient Engagement eBook  

 

Topics: Patient Engagement, mHealth, Site Engagement