Revolutionizing Clinical Trials:
How Remote Patient Monitoring is Accelerating
Data Collection and Improving Participant Retention
Remote patient monitoring (RPM) in clinical trials has gained traction in recent years thanks in part to advances in mobile technology, wearable devices, and telehealth platforms that collect and transmit real-time patient data from anywhere, at any time.
Our partners at VivaLink have found that use of RPM not only improves patient access to trials, but also enables sponsors to reduce their trial costs and timelines, increasing participant retention and improving data accuracy and integrity. Further, RPM enables clinical trial sponsors and contract research organizations (CROs) to diversify the participant population while ensuring that patients stay engaged as they participate in trials from the comfort of their homes.
We encourage you to read this report from our partners at VivaLink to learn about:
- The present state of RPM in clinical trials,
- Opportunities and challenges for RPM in clinical trials,
- The future outlook for RPM in clinical trials, and
- Road mapping for the successful implementation of an RPM solution within a clinical trial setting.
The report will benefit professionals in the biopharma space and empower CROs in their understanding of RPM benefits, implementing an RPM solution, and accelerating trials to improve outcomes across the clinical trial spectrum.