As the health industry rapidly shifts to more patient-centric approaches to care and clinical research, technology is just as quickly becoming the cornerstone to effectively engage clinical study participants. Electronic clinical outcome assessments (eCOAs) are essential to ensuring that each clinical trial is optimized for the patient’s experience by being faster, more on-demand, and more customizable. Kris Gustafson – Vice President and Global Head IQVIA eCOA, IQVIA – discusses three key reasons to implement an eCOA strategy for clinical trials.

EVERSANA, the pioneer of next generation commercial services to the global life sciences industry, and THREAD, a leading technology and service provider enabling electronic clinical outcome assessments (eCOAs) and decentralized clinical trials (DCTs), announced a new combined offering to give pharmaceutical companies a comprehensive and simultaneous view of clinical research participants, followed by data and detailed analysis across the care continuum.

ObvioHealth Raises $31 Million, Adds Two Strategic Partners to Bolster Capabilities and Drive Growth Globally NEW YORK, July 1, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — ObvioHealth, a global Virtual Research Organization (VRO), announces it has raised $31 million in its latest round of financing. The round was led by two new partners: Dedalus Group, an international healthcare IT and […]

Boosted by increased clinical research business in 2020, Science 37 is planning a SPAC merger that will land itself on the Nasdaq and a company value of more than $1 billion and $280 million in gross proceeds.

Florence Healthcare’s Senior Implementation Manager Amanda Korey presents a roadmap that not only fosters collaboration between sites, sponsors and CROs, but also results in robust user adoption across all stakeholder groups.

Andrea Bastek – Director of Innovation at Florence, the largest eISF + Remote Site Access platform in clinical research – discusses three ways in which sponsors and CROs can increase compliance with a purpose-built, site-centric, remote access platform.

AiCure’s phone app helps clinical trials keep tabs on which participants have taken their medications correctly and which have not.

Veeva Systems announced MyVeeva, a new application for clinical research sites.

If you are a clinical researcher or scientist, you are well-aware of the inefficiencies of current search processes that require hours of time wading through data to find hidden nuggets of valuable info.