Article | March 21, 2022

Decentralization Of Clinical Trials Requires Digitization Of Clinical Trials – Is The Industry Wired For This Revolution?

By Blake Adams, Florence Healthcare


Decentralized trials allow elements of the study to be conducted at traditional sites such as hospitals or academic medical centers, at non-traditional sites such as primary care practices, pharmacies and labs, and through virtual methods such as telehealth visits, wearables, apps and home visits.

The end result is greater patient-centricity, higher enrollment, fewer drop-outs, and a faster study timeline.

Right now, decentralized trials are seeing a lot of innovation, with new companies appearing overnight to provide virtual trial solutions or direct-to-patient trials. 

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