Enhancing Oncology trials with digital solutions: A focus on patient-reported outcome measures and eConsent
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.
How to design patient-friendly and inclusive ePRO instruments
This blog explores why patient-centric ePRO instrument design is critical to driving study success, provides tips on how to make instruments more patient-centric, and offers resources for additional ePRO design guidance.
White paper: The foundations of decentralized clinical trials
Understand the benefits of web-enabled research tools and how they work.
Development of a mobile health app (TOGETHERCare) to reduce cancer care partner burden: Product design study
Research looking at mobile apps and how they may provide a meaningful access point for all stakeholders for symptom management.
White paper: The building blocks of DCT. How to create a seamless experience across eConsent, eCOA and more
Combining multiple market solutions at the site level can result in a negative experience due to different processes, login credentials, and redundant training. A unified DCT platform that works seamlessly with other core clinical systems to streamline workflows and simplify key trial processes.