Tag Archives : Wearable Technology

Will Google and Apple Compete for Clinical Trial Dominance?

Snapshot of the new health watch for medical research from Verily Life Sciences

Google officially entered the clinical space with the launch of their Verily Study Watch last month. One of their driving goals with this device is to help researchers passively capture human health data. Among other things, Verily will use the watch to facilitate the Project Baseline study, an ongo

eDRO: the Future of Data Collection in Clinical Trials?

Mobile health development crucial to using eDROs in clinical trials

Advancement in mHealth technology means a growing list of methods that we can use to collect data during clinical trials. The rise of electronic patient reported outcomes (ePRO) has changed the way sponsors and biopharmaceutical companies prefer to collect data from patients. Studies have shown just

How Wearable Technology is Changing Clinical Trials

Man uses mobile app to take part in a clinical trial

New developments in wearable technology are exploding onto today’s clinical research scene. You likely see plenty of wearable tech in your day-to-day life, but more specifically, how is it impacting tomorrow’s clinical trials?