What does BYOD mean and how can it be successfully used in clinical trials?
The Truth About BYOD
With the use of electronic Clinical Outcome Assessments (eCOA) becoming more prevalent, the discussion around the use of mobile technology and bring your own device (BYOD) approaches in clinical trials is gaining even more traction.
Despite this, how BYOD can be used in clinical trials is an area of confusion in the pharmaceutical industry, with varying interpretations as to how it should be applied to studies.
Exco InTouch has created a Guidebook to help clear up the confusion and reduce the fear that can often be expressed in reaction to the use of the patients’ own devices in clinical trials. This new Guidebook explains: