Article | June 6, 2022

Patient Monitoring Starts With Consent: How To Be A Star At Doing Both Remotely

Source: Medable
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Setting up a clinical trial for a successful conclusion requires a sound, well-designed beginning. Although there are many factors to that equation, it’s impossible to overstate the importance of enrolling—and then retaining—trial participants. One major challenge in this area has historically been the time and travel burden on trial participants to give their consent onsite, and then return several more times for screening and monitoring.  

Read on to learn how decentralized clinical trials featuring technology-enabled communications through Telehealth, electronic consent (eConsent), remote patient monitoring, electronic clinical outcomes (eCOA), and more, are empowering researchers to create a more patient-centric clinical trial and transforming the clinical trial experience for patients.


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