Article | February 16, 2023

Data Collection At Home: Strategies To Support Flexibility, Ensure Data Quality, And Preserve Data Privacy

Source: Kayentis
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Did you know that the average clinical study captures three times as much data as compared to 10 years ago? While much of the uptick can be attributed to the increase in decentralization of clinical trials, the life science industry has also witnessed the adoption of many new technologies for collecting data as well. This includes online electronic Diaries (eDiaries) and electronic Patient Reported Outcomes (ePROs), wearable devices, electronic informed consent, laboratory results, home health nurses, in addition to the information captured during site visits.

With this many options—used singularly or in combinations—can lead to thousands of data points per day from a single patient! However, with the influx of data and its increased collection at home, there is also an increase in risks.

Learn how clinical teams can better identify and mitigate those risks and the strategies to support flexibility in data collection, guarantee data quality, and preserve data privacy.

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