Defining “evidence generation” within modern clinical trials
Medable has always been, at its core, a platform that enables clinical trial sponsors to collect data and generate evidence to answer scientific questions.
But from the start, Medable has done things differently. Today, the flexibility, purpose, and build of Medable’s evidence-collection platform is what sets us apart from others in our space.
J.P.M. Week 2024
Over 8,000 participants from all corners of the globe descended on San Francisco this week to attend J.P. Morgan's 42nd Healthcare Conference, taking place at the Westin St. Francis hotel,.
With JPM known for its ability to offer previews of the year ahead, we took the time to summarize the news, trends, and highlights that made waves during this year’s conference.
You asked we answered: How do eCOAs improve data compliance?
We at Medable are often asked in webinars, requests for proposals (RFPs), tradeshows, etc. just how exactly eCOAs and ePROs foster better patient compliance with submitting data.
Since you asked, our answer is below, courtesy of Jessica Dolfi, VP of Solution Consulting.
Rapid evolution: How DCT’s DNA became standard in modern clinical trials
It’s impossible to deny how different clinical trials look almost four years after the pandemic revolutionized clinical research. Today, the digital and decentralized tools and technologies that enabled clinical trials to carry on through the COVID-19 pandemic are present (in some form) in nearly all clinical trials, a far cry from the dynamics of 2019.
ePROs: Transforming oncology trial research
Over the last decade the number of oncology trials has skyrocketed, almost doubling the number of all other therapeutic areas combined, according to the WIRB-Copernicus Group¹. Known for their complex design, oncology trials often present various participant, site, and sponsor hurdles.
Sponsors and CROs looking to tackle these challenges andreduce the burden on participants and sites should explore the potential of digital solutions, particularly electronic informed consent (eConsent) and electronic patient reported outcomes (ePRO). Both tools offer expanded views of the participant journey while offering feedback that enables sponsors and CROs to enhance and refine their trials for all stakeholders.
DCT Digital Week: Creating the Digital Foundation for Scale in Clinical Development
Learn how sponsors and CROs can improve their clinical trial conduct by developing new strategies that create sustainable, repeatable, and effective clinical conduct.
The Definitive Guide to Digital Evidence Generation
According to Grandview Research, the hybrid and decentralized clinical trial (DCT) market will be worth more than 12 billion dollars by 2030. Sparked by the COVID-19 pandemic of 2020, the rapid ascent of patient-centered technology and the digital and decentralized trials they’ve spawned has forever changed the landscape of clinical conduct. Sponsors are increasingly turning to DCT platforms in alignment with the rise of Life Science and Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) solutions. For those who haven't made the jump yet, there are many questions, including "What is a decentralized clinical trial?" Find out with this in-depth guide to decentralized clinical trials. Uncover how they work, their benefits, and how they transform clinical development.
eCOA Digital Week: An honest assessment of eCOAs from a site perspective
Joe Dustin, VP/GM of eCOA and Annie Hesslewood, Site & Patient adoption lead at Medable host an open discussion with a panel of sites and CRAs to provide a candid assessment of how upcoming changes in the eCOA landscape can reduce burden on participants and sites to maximize the chance of success in clinical trials.
Medable perspective: Three points on FDA eCOA guidance
At the beginning of April 2023, the FDA published a draft of the fourth in a series of Guidance Documents entitled “Patient-Focused Drug Development: Incorporating Clinical Outcome Assessments (COA) Into Endpoints For Regulatory Decision-Making”. Once finalized these four documents will be combined and will replace the 2009 Guidance, “Patient-Reported Outcome Measures: Use in Medical Product Development to Support Labeling Claims”. Part 3, which was released in draft in June 2022, provides advice around the development and validation of new COA (including the modification of existing COA).
Back to Basics: What is a decentralized clinical trial?
In a decentralized clinical trial, part or all of the protocol occurs away from the primary study site. Instead of patients traveling, often repeatedly, to a central site for enrollment, consent, data collection or symptom monitoring, they can participate in telehealth visits from their homes, often using familiar technologies, like smartphones, tablets and wearables to transmit pertinent information. Even medications and devices can increasingly be delivered directly to a patient’s home, and a home visit from a health care professional can be arranged if necessary.
Leverage novel options in oncology clinical trial design to reduce burden for patients and sites
Flo Mowlem, Senior Director, eCOA Science & Solutions shares insights on how electronic solutions, with a focus on patient-reported outcome (ePROs) can reduce burden on participants and sites to maximize the chance of success in oncology clinical trials.
Use case: Implementing digital solutions to improve oncology trial experience & efficiency
A top 10 pharmaceutical company looked to Medable to streamline participant burden and enhance site and team experience in oncology trials, while establishing a scalable template for future trials in oncology and other areas.
Deploying a patient-first framework to accelerate recruitment & reduce overall trial timelines
Learn how to utilize digital data-flow designs in clinical trials to improve patient diversity and inclusion, increase operational efficiencies, enhance patient enrollment, engagement, and retention, and realize financial value.