Putting patients first and simplifying their experiences with well-chosen decentralized techniques promises to improve clinical trials for everyone.
This article explores the design of a protocol that includes decentralized components. After a clinical-trial protocol has been developed, adding decentralized components—such as wearable devices for data collection or telemedicine visits—gets complicated. It is significantly easier to incorporate decentralized elements while designing the protocol, similar to how wiring a house during construction is easier than wiring post-construction.
Creating Participant-Centric Trials with Remote Participant Monitoring
Improving diversity in the clinical research workforce may improve diversity among clinical trial participants, healthcare access, and equity of care.
COVID-19 Kicks Healthcare Technology Adaptation into High Gear
From telemedicine to decentralized clinical trials to artificial intelligence and beyond, the COVID-19 crisis has kicked the use of technology in the…
Decentralized Clinical Trials (DCT) Fact Sheet
Decentralized clinical trials (DCTs) present an opportunity for the clinical research and healthcare industries to approach research in…