Technology is spurring rapid advances in how we diagnose and treat disease. It’s also transforming how scientists run clinical trials.
Real-world data has the potential to accelerate the drug development process. Apps, electronic health records, and wearables can help researchers collect real-time data on symptoms, vital signs, and patient outcomes, and allow more people to participate in clinical trials. New technologies also stand to speed up the drug approval process. Regulators are getting a better handle on how, and when, these new streams of data can be used to support new drug applications and post-market studies.
But that promise is only as good as the quality of the data researchers collect, and the technical infrastructure they can use to make sense of it. The stories in this e-book reflect the growing potential of technology in clinical research, as well as the hurdles that stand in the way of its broader use.
Publication date: November 2022
Print length: 56 pages
File size: 2.8 MB
File format: PDF
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About the sponsor
About the sponsor
ActiGraph is pioneering the digital transformation of clinical research. We provide end-to-end digital health technology (DHT) solutions by integrating and operationalizing the best hardware, software, and algorithms to generate reliable evidence and get the right treatments to the right patients, faster. ActiGraph’s medical-grade wearable technology platform has been used to capture real-world, continuous digital measures for nearly 200 industry-sponsored clinical trials and thousands of academic research studies. Appearing in over 20,000 published scientific papers to date, ActiGraph is the most experienced and trusted wearable technology partner in the industry.