CliniOps CTO Yerramalli Subramaniam quoted among five experts working in clintech what they see as the biggest challenges with mHealth and how they can be overcome, in a post titled ‘Clinical data from wearables: Quality, regulatory and privacy concerns’, November 10, 2017
CliniOps covered in a blog post titled ‘Squeezing Out The Waste with Digital Health Innovation’, following the ‘Health 2.0 Annual Fall Conference’, where CliniOps CTO was a speaker in the “Personalized Health: Turning Data Into Value” panel, Santa Clara Convention Center, October 5, 2017
Electronic Clinical Outcome Assessments (eCOA) employs technology such as smartphones, tablets, and personal computers to allow patients, clinicians, and their caregivers to directly report outcomes.eCOA produces highly accurate data that allows for a better understanding of the patient experience in clinical trials and ultimately helps simplify the path to approval.
Patients are used to carrying one or more electronic devices wherever they go. By collecting COA data on these familiar electronic devices, you increase your chances of gathering complete, accurate and timely information in your clinical trial.
eCOA helps you collect timely, reliable and comprehensive data during every trial phase. Better data means a more accurate interpretation of study results and a deeper understanding of your patients.When trying to define eCOA, it’s important to consider its biggest advantage: its intelligence.
Accelerate your trials by implementing CliniOps’s cutting edge eCOA soluition ‘CliniPatient’
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Health 2.0 Annual Fall Conference, 2017
CliniOps CTO invited to speak at the Health 2.0 Annual Fall Conference, titled “Personalized Health: Turning Data Into Value”, Santa Clara Convention Center, Oct, 2017.
CliniOps CEO & CTO, co-authored an abstract presented at the American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene (ASTMH) 66th Annual Meeting, titled “Using a Novel eSource EDC System for Clinical Research in Multiple Countries with Limited Internet Connectivity”, Baltimore Convention Center, MD, Nov, 2017
CliniOps team collaborated closely with Washington University in St. Louis School of Medicine and SPRI Clinical Trials, as part of the DOLF study, to co-author a paper at the American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene (ASTMH) Conference, titled ‘Using novel eSource EDC System for Clinical Research Study in Multiple Countries with Limited Internet Connectivity’. This paper showcases the benefits of CliniOps eSource solution in global studies, especially in in resource-poor areas with limited internet availability. It was a 24,000 participants study in 4 countries, supported by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.
“this eSource EDC system allowed supported data collection with real-time analytics and enhanced data quality. This leapfrogging of technology for data collection in research trials provided increased data quality and remote oversight in parts of the world previously considered to be off the beaten digital track.”, November 7, 2017
JMIR published paper, titled ‘Mobile Health Apps in OB-GYN-Embedded Psychiatric Care’, where CliniOps collaborated closely with researchers and physicians from Harvard University, Boston University School of Medicine and Boston Medical Center (BMC). This paper explores the potential benefits of the use of mobile health (mHealth) apps in obstetrician-gynecologist (OB-GYN)-embedded psychiatric clinics in the United States, October 6, 2017.