Med-Tech Innovation March 4, 2024
Claude Price

Claude Price, vice president and head of clinical data management at Quanticate explains the fundamental use of wearables for collecting real-world data, especially in clinical trials.

Data collection in clinical trials is poised for a transformative shift, thanks to the advancements of wearable technology. Gone are the days when clinical trials were solely dependent on intermittent visits to healthcare facilities, where data gathering was restricted to traditional methods such as physical tests and patient self-reports. This shift promises to reshape how we gather and interpret real-world data in clinical trials, allowing for continuous, remote monitoring of patients and breaking away from the constraints of traditional methodologies.

Traditional vs. wearable-driven data collection

Traditionally, clinical trials have been heavily reliant on data...

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Topics: Clinical Trials, Digital Health, Technology, Trends, Wearables
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