CDS has many innovative updates in store for TrialKit in 2021. Check out this blog post for a quick glance at what’s to come to the platform in the upcoming year.
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The trends infiltrating the clinical research industry – wearable integrations, mobile apps, machine learning, and more – aren’t just exciting concepts. They’re made possible and are now being used in studies with today’s technology.
Making patient engagement more achievable will lead to more successful clinical trials. In this post, we detail four best practices in the TrialKit platform to help research teams reach optimal patient engagement.
Fully-featured eClinical app, TrialKit, will soon be released on Google Play by Crucial Data Solutions, making clinical data collection and management possible on the majority of smartphones available today.
Mobile technology lends many benefits to clinical research, including shortened study duration, more accurate data, and beyond. Keep reading for our perspective on the impact we can expect mobile apps to have as the industry advances.
In this post, CMO Dr. Leigh Mack explains how wearable devices and smartphones will play a major role in the consent process and in patient reported outcomes as clinical trials evolve.
TrialKit™ Allows Researchers to Easily Employ Core Motion and HealthKit™ on iPhone® and Apple Watch® in Clinical Trials
TrialKit, a fully-featured eClinical platform, utilizes the latest in mobile technology to provide researchers with the most efficient method for clinical trial data collection. It is a regulatory compliant, ready-to-use native mobile app offering numerous features, including medical coding and ePRO.
Crucial Data Solutions presented at the SCDM 2016 Annual Conference in San Diego. CDS garnered second place for the Technology Innovation Award in 2016.