Sustaining Innovation

Morris, Charlie; Santarelli, Thomas
March 2013
Applied Clinical Trials;Mar2013, Vol. 22 Issue 3, p10
Academic Journal
The article offers information on modern clinical technologies which have helped in changing patient expectations regarding electronic patient reported outcomes (ePRO) compliance. It discusses the emerging communication modalities such as text messaging and mobile applications which enhance direct-topatient communication and clinical trial engagement. It also informs that modern data-driven designs combined with service oriented architectures will robust ePRO compliance platforms.


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