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.
Medable joins CancerX alliance to further the Cancer Moonshot
Along with some of the best companies in the world, Medable is proud to join CancerX as a founding member. This alliance is co-hosted by the Moffitt Cancer Center and the Digital Medicine Society (DiMe), alongside the Office for the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology (ONC) and Office of the Assistant Secretary for Health (OASH).
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.
How to supercharge real world evidence generation in Phase IV trials
Experts from Medable, Syneos, and Pluto Health discuss how they have partnered to deploy patient-first digital trial solutions that leverage RWD, transforming it into actionable RWE insights for a sponsor client.
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.
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.