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Digital Technology in Clinical Trials

This event is now offered in a new entirely virtual format.


Session 8 Track B: Technology Enablers for Increased Remote Measurement of Outcomes Data

Session Chair(s)

Bill  Byrom, PhD

Bill Byrom, PhD

  • Principal, eCOA Science
  • Signant Health , United Kingdom
Greater decentralization is associated with an aim to collect more outcomes data directly from patients away from the clinic. This session explores a number of approaches that facilitate greater capture of outcomes data in remote settings including: the greater use of the patient’s own mobile device (BYOD) to collect ePRO data; the use of integrated wearables and sensors to collect objective outcomes measures while retaining a simple user experience for sites and patients; and the development of performance outcome tests leveraging the smartphone sensors to provide additional measures embedded in the ePRO workflow.
Learning Objective : At the conclusion of this session, participants should be able to:
  • Understand the considerations involved in determining a BYOD strategy for ePRO data collection
  • Determine solution design elements to simplify site and patient experience when using sensors and wearables alongside ePRO
  • Discuss the potential and challenges in deriving novel PerfO endpoints using onboard smartphone sensors

Speaker(s)

Estelle  Haenel, DrSc, PharmD

BYOD: And So What?

Estelle Haenel, DrSc, PharmD

  • Medical Director
  • KAYENTIS, France
Lindsay  Hughes, PhD, MS

eCOA + Connected Devices: Lessons Learned on Flow to Successfully Configure and Deliver a Unified Experience

Lindsay Hughes, PhD, MS

  • Principal Scientific Advisor
  • Clario, United States
Bill  Byrom, PhD

Leveraging Smartphones as Measurement Devices for Remotely Conducted Performance Outcome Tests: Notes from the Field

Bill Byrom, PhD

  • Principal, eCOA Science
  • Signant Health , United Kingdom