Sensors and Wearables in Clinical Trials - Webinar Recording/Transcript
Sensors and Wearables in Clinical Trials: Critical Components for Success
There’s a transformation going on in the clinical trials world. It’s called mobile health (“mHealth”), and it entails use of smartphones, sensors and wearables to monitor trial subjects in ways not previously possible.
From lower trial costs to remote monitoring to deeper data dives, the implications are enormous. Even “virtual” or site-less trials now seem possible.
Thomas Shook MD FACC, Executive VP and Senior Medical Officer at PAREXEL, leads the wearables pilot study that PAREXEL is conducting in collaboration with Sanofi. He’ll be your guide to the brave new world of mHealth. You’ll discover:
- Best practices in use of sensors and wearables, including subject protection and data privacy
- How mHealth is changing data collection in clinical trials: Novel ways to collect and archive data, including analysis, storage and health economics using sensors and wearables
- Pitfalls — such as pilot wearables programs that could affect your future trials
- New types of health information now collectible with sensors
- Regulatory impact of sensors and wearables
- And much more!
There’s a rush on as trial operators, sponsors and SROs seek to capitalize on mHealth. Learn the tools and techniques now ... and win the race.