ABOUT ACTIGRAPH

ActiGraph is pioneering the digital transformation of clinical research. We provide end-to-end digital health technology (DHT) solutions by integrating and operationalizing the best hardware, software, and algorithms to generate reliable evidence and get the right treatments to the right patients, faster. ActiGraph’s medical-grade wearable technology platform has been used to capture real-world, continuous digital measures for nearly 200 industry-sponsored clinical trials and thousands of academic research studies. Appearing in over 20,000 published scientific papers to date, ActiGraph is the most experienced and trusted wearable technology partner in the industry.

DIGITAL ENDPOINTS LIBRARY

  • Discover how recent advancements in wearable sensors and data science have provided the opportunities for objective and unobtrusive assessment of walking in the real world.

  • People with cancer emphasize quality of life (QOL) as an important health outcome across their journey. Explore how digital health technologies can collect patient-centric outcomes passively and remotely, minimizing the burden for people to participate in clinical trials.

  • Heart failure patients suffer a range of symptoms that negatively affect their quality of life. Learn how digital health technologies present an opportunity to track patient-centric outcomes.

  • This white paper explores how an objective scratch measure is now achievable through the use of wrist-worn wearable technology that is both non-invasive and easy to implement.

  • Drug development in neurology is notoriously challenging. Despite being one of the most active areas of clinical development, neurological disease drug trials have among the longest development timelines and highest failure rates in the industry. Learn more in the available e-Book.

  • Wearable devices provide a low-burden and remote approach to objectively quantify people’s sleep in their real life, often revealing meaningful insights that might not be available with polysomnography or self report data. While sleep architecture and sleep staging are difficult to estimate with accelerometry alone, actigraphy is sensitive to treatment effects in previous studies of sleep disorders.

CONTACT INFORMATION

ActiGraph

49 E. Chase St.

Pensacola, FL 32502

UNITED STATES

Phone: 850.332.7900

Contact: Genevieve Baley

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