There is a growing realization for patient-centered healthcare system. The outcomes of a clinical intervention obtained by the patient i.e. patient-reported outcomes (PROs) may be of more importance in future than any other outcomes like clinical, physiological or caregiver-reported. As per studies, enhanced treatment adherence...

According to National Institute of Health (NIH) a healthy volunteer is “someone with no known significant health problems who participates in research to test a new drug, device, or intervention”. They can also be called “Clinical Research Volunteers”. Every year about 3500 healthy volunteers participate in clinical...

We are excited to participate and present at the 7th annual DPharm: Disruptive Innovations to Advance Clinical Trials (#Dpharm2017) conference in Boston in the first week of September 2017.   The first day of this conference, Sepetember 6th, 2017, is dedicated to discussions on Mobile in Clinical Trials...

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) describes mobile health (mHealth) as the practice of using mobile technologies to support public health and medicine. The ease of access and mobility provided by the use of mobile technology offers immense opportunities for the healthcare industry...

Smartphones are changing the world of clinical research and clinical trials, ever since the launch of ResearchKit and ResearchDroid in 2015. We have been working feverishly to tap the power of smartphones and put it to use to increase the efficiency of clinical trial investigators,...