About IMPACCT: mHealth in Clinical Trials

The technological landscape is changing and accelerating the way in which clinical trials and data collection are done. The uptake in wearable use for this has promised a plethora of advantages but also delivered a range of new challenges.

  • Can the process of clinical validation and regulatory approval keep up with the technology industry?
  • Can companies profit from the vast quantities of data without applying it correctly?
  • Are there better ways to store and share data which would allow for mutual benefit?

The leading experts in this field: digital health and clinical innovation will be creatively and interactively testing these hypotheses. This decade’s conversation starts in Boston, and will include:

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Wearable sensors data collection

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Implementation hurdles in clinical trial digitization

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Learning by Doing: observational case studies from a range of leading organizations

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Cyber security and patient data safety

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Novel digital endpoints and biomarkers

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Remote patient monitoring

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The use of UX in patient engagement and retention

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Building scalability and growth models

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Decentralized/ hybridized clinical studies

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Driving stakeholder collaboration to drive digital innovation in clinical R&D