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|BTC Blog iOS 11.3: Here's What To Look Out ForApple's next update brings Health app enhancements, insight into battery health, new Animojis, AR upgrades, Business Chat and more.With the 3rd version of iOS11.3 beta being released a few days ago, it's time to be prepared for the coming-this-spring release candidate. Given the number of interesting updates coming with this version of the iOS, it is no exaggeration to call it one of the most significant iOS versions to come out in recent times. Here's a round-up of the iOS 11.3 features you should look out for:1. Health RecordsThe Health app comes with an interesting update that allows users to access medical records from multiple providers whenever they wish to. This is a huge step taken by Apple in view of the interoperability issue plaguing the healthcare industry. Though this feature is currently available for select providers only, it is expected to be a trendsetter and pave the way for more to come onboard. We will also see an increase in iOS application development activity for interesting new features targeted at better patient engagement.Note that with the latest beta release, it also appears there may be an option for users to share Health Records analytics data with Apple.2. Battery Health TrackerA long-awaited feature and something that hopefully will be very useful. Your iPhone can now show you battery health and recommend if it needs to be serviced. It provides details on maximum battery capacity and peak performance capability. Also, the power management feature that manages the phone's performance to avoid unexpected shutdowns, is now available for users to choose to turn on or off.3. Business ChatBusiness Chat is a new way for users to communicate directly with businesses using Messages. Launching with select businesses including Discover, Hilton, Lowe's and Wells Fargo initially, it could well be used by other businesses soon. With Business Chat, one can directly interact with customer care personnel, schedule appointments or even make purchases using Apple Pay! We think this can pave the way for whole new levels of customer service and convenience. It is worth noting that this feature doesn't by itself share the user's contact information with the business. Also, users can stop the chat at any time.4. New AR capabilitiesOne of the most interesting updates for all you AR geeks out there! In addition to horizontal surfaces like tables and chairs, ARKit can now recognize and place virtual objects on vertical surfaces such as walls and can more accurately map irregularly shaped surfaces like circular tables. It can also find and recognize the position of 2D images such as signs, posters, and artwork. ARKit lets you integrate these real-world images into AR experiences thereby helping you be incredibly creative with building your iOS apps! Additional improvements include 50pc greater resolution for the view of the real-world as seen through the camera and a sharper perspective for the auto-focus function - both of these will help make the AR experience even more delightful than before!5. iMessages on iCloudiOS 11.3 allows you to store iMessages with iCloud. This means you can now seamlessly read or write messages from a device that is connected to the iCloud and catch up on any other of the connected devices!6. New animojis on iPhone XThis one's going to excite quite a few of the chatting ninjas on iPhoneX! Fun and addictive, animojis are animated avatars you can control with your face and use to send expressions in your chat! Indeed, a very creative way of using the Face ID motion sensing camera feature. iOS 11.3 brings four new animojis with it.7. HomeKit UpgradeiOS 11.3 introduces official support for HomeKit software authentication options. This is bound to increase HomeKit adoption given that until now, smart device makers had to launch next-generation devices with hardware that has a MFi chip required by HomeKit for device authentication. This is now replaced with a software requirement that is relatively cheaper to get to market. Considering the rapid rise of competing products from the likes of Amazon and Google in this space, Apple has made a good move here.8. App Store UpdateThe App Store will now let you sort app reviews by criteria such as most helpful, most favorable etc. This is bound to make the app-searching experience much more fruitful and wieldy with users having the ability to easily find the kind of reviews most relevant to them. Also, there is a useful update to the information displayed with each app as and when an update becomes available that tells you the version number and the space it would take up on device.9. New Privacy screenNow this is something users would really appreciate. iOS now provides a new Privacy icon and screen when an app or feature requests to use your personal information. So if you see the Privacy icon displayed you know that some potentially sensitive data is being collected. Apple does caution, however, that users should not expect to see this icon with every new feature because Apple only collects information when it is needed to enable features, secure services or personalize the app experience. Nevertheless, this is a positive step towards respecting users' privacy and it could lay a foundation for additional such measures to be taken in the days to come.10. Apple News for youA new 'For You' section is now introduced with Apple News that displays the top videos of the day.11. Emergency Calls - Location TrackerThere is now support for Advanced Mobile Location (AML) for more accurate location when placing an emergency call in a supported country. Definitely good to have.12. Improvements to Apple MusiciOS 11.3 will bring better support for music videos. Users will be able to stream music videos without ads (yes!) and create and view music video playlists.That was a quick round-up of some of the most interesting features to look out for with iOS 11.3. Make sure you have your phones freed up with adequate space to install this update and make the best use of it!BTC Blog|
|BTC: Boston Technologies founder George Popescu banned from being a company director for 12 years in UKFinanceFeeds -George Popescu has been banned from acting as a company director in the UK for 12 years for selling his firm, Boston Prime, without disclosing the sale and that 'adjustments' of $3.33million (about £2.5million) to clients' trading accounts were disputed.The post Boston Technologies founder George Popescu banned from being a company director for 12 years in UK appeared first on FinanceFeeds.FinanceFeeds|
|BTC Blog Patients Consider Health Record Interoperablity Very Important For Quality Health CareIn the age when digital sharing has become such an integral part of our lives, patient expectations regarding receiving high quality personal health care are heavily linked with medical industries ability in sharing health records.According to the study done by Transcend Insights , vast majority of patients (97 percent) believe it is important for any health institution, regardless of type or location, to have access to their full medical history in order to receive high-quality care. Patients consider access to their own medical records the ability for care providers to easily share and receive important information about their medical history-wherever they needed treatment.But in reality there is a significant gap between the standard of information sharing patients expect and what is available today. Even with the high level of digitization that happened in the health care sector over last few years, effectively sharing health data and communicating across patient and different EHR systems - known as interoperability has still proven quite difficult. According to a recent study done by American Hospital Association, only one fourth of all hospitals in US are able to find, send, receive and use clinical information from electronic health record systems of other provider organizations. It is also found that medical information about a patient reaches only 34.8% of the specialist even when the primary care physicians try to share the patient records. But majority of the patients believe that the doctors are easily able to share and access their medical history at any time when they need health care.The study also found that 64% of patients surveyed use mobile devices and apps in some capacity to manage their health and they believe that it would be useful for their doctors to access this health data as part of their medical history. Mobile devices can be used to have continues access to personal health records. Wearable devices like withings blood pressure, fitbit, pebble time and Apple smart watch can collect data continuously and provide insights into our health and fitness. To provide a higher quality of health care, a complete picture is essential where patient collected health data about non-medically attended health episodes and over the counter medications as well as fitness activity, nutrition and environmental data is combined with official health records collected by health professionals. But lack of interoperability and presence of data silos prevents healthcare professionals from getting such an integrated view of health data.Mobile apps can be used to aggregate health and fitness data and can enable interoperability. By lessening the adverse effects of health data silos, mobile apps can offer a more holistic view of health and fitness data. Data can then be analyzed to offer better and more personalized medical advice and care. Patients are more likely to completely trust the health care they receive from any medical professional when he or she has access to their full medical history.BTC Blog|
|BTC Blog 5 ways Health Studies can benefit by using Apple ResearchKitOne of the most interesting aspects of using new-age technologies for research is how they can redefine the very objectives of research studies! New horizons are being touched every day as researchers, scientists and technologists unravel new ways to capture data, newer kinds of data that can be captured and fascinating insights drawn from them!Here are 5 ways in which you can think of expanding the scope of your study or elevating your study goals, leveraging the power of mobile frameworks such as Apple ResearchKit and Android Research Stack, and the innumerable components creating the modern Internet of Things (IoT) smart world we are moving towards.• Tracking medication/treatment effectiveness in real timeThis is a real boon of a possibility thanks to the fact that today research can be conducted using mobile apps. Smartphones these days are equipped with the ability to capture health data via frameworks such as Apple HealthKit or by interfacing with wearable devices that capture activity, heart rate, sleep information and more. By enrolling patients for a study via a mobile app, and asking them quick surveys about their health from time to time, having them perform quick 'active tasks' in the study and also capturing health data from their device, it is possible to track effectiveness of treatments and medications on a near real time basis.• Drawing co-relations between lifestyle habits and health indicatorsThis is another super-valuable addition to the world of mobile-based research. There are several ways you can track lifestyle habits of your study participants (with their due consent of course) and this includes activity levels and fitness information, time spent on sleep, food consumption and much more.• Remote monitoring of health conditions for people who are on the moveThis had always been a challenge until mobile app-based research study became a reality. Caretakers and researchers now need to worry less about the regularity or physical on-location presence of participants in a study because a lot of the study adherence can now be met with the surveys and active tasks that are part of the study app itself.• Understanding the effect of pollution on health conditionsThere are sensors available that can track the level of harmful chemicals and pollutants in the air. People these days report a lot of health conditions that doctors are often unable to explain with conventional diagnosis methods or with existing medical knowledge. However, there is a sense of agreement that the rising level of pollution in the air around is causing various kind of allergies and health issues in people. To be able to put a finger to the cause of these would pave the way to treating these conditions and so it would help to install sensors around areas where the study population frequent, and capture air pollution data from them and at the same time have the study population take surveys to answer questions that will help co-relate their health experiences with their environment.• Detecting behavioral symptoms using video and audio captureWithout actually meeting the study subject every single day, it is now possible to capture video and voice samples using the provisions of mobile devices and frameworks. This is invaluable in terms of what it means for more data and more convenience for researchers. It helps them infer how variations in face expressions, voice tone and actions or content captured from these media samples, can reveal new insights into indicators and influencing factors for various aspects of mental health.There are definitely several more possibilities and this was just a sampling! In the days to come, we are going to see amazing findings coming out of various research studies thanks to what technology is making possible!BTC Blog|
|BTC Blog Past Clients Are Saying Great Things!"Boston Technology Corporation's immediacy of response is impeccable. Whenever we have any issues, and I have to contact them, I have someone reaching back usually within the hour."- Cofounder, Farm2Tables"Boston Technology Corporation was truly a part of our team ... "- Founder, My Gene CounselThe quotes above are just the tip of the iceberg of what of clients have been saying about us. Early this year we reinvested in Clutch, a platform that we've belonged to for a long time. The Clutch platform works to collect actual client reviews to help rate business service providers. In the technology and development space, we think this type of information is especially helpful for prospective clients.Our clients highlighted us most for our app development and web development services across the multiple technologies are team has experience delivering on. A snapshot of one review is below, but be sure to read all of BTC's reviews to get the full picture.The tradeoff between app development costs compared to value is especially hard for first time buyers to understand. And as we know, development isn't cheap, so choosing the right provider the first time around is so important. We were thrilled to see that our clients were not only impressed by the quality of the work we delivered but they were also impressed by the price point we were able to deliver it at!"It was a little scary to give the project to a new partner under such time and budget constraints, but Boston Technology Corporation met all our criteria."- VP of Marketing, Grey House PublishingWe've been excited to see a platform like Clutch emerge as a resource for the web development industry that provides web development agencies like ours an outlet to collect 3rd party validated feedback. We look forward to seeing what more of our clients have to say about us!BTC Blog|
|BTC Blog 5 Little Known Ways An Apple ResearchKit App Can Add Value To Your Research StudyThe spotlight is firmly on Apple's framework, ResearchKit. ResearchKit is an open source software framework that provides core functionality for developers to build mobile apps to use for medical research.ResearchKit provides three modules that can be customized and built upon by the app developers. These modules provide base functionality for items commonly needed in medical research such as surveys, participant consent and simple active tasks that users perform such as walking, sitting and talking. The data generated by the surveys and active tasks is then made available to the researchers to analyze.But, despite its widely publicised successes ( More here on how Stanford got 10000 participants in 24 hours), the medical and clinical research community is still not completely clear about the potential benefits and advantages that a ResearchKit app can bring to their study.Besides the big ones, higher recruitment and more data from studies, here are 5 little known ways ResearchKit apps can positively impact your study1) All those useful sensors:Yes, all those sensors available on tablets, smartphones, activity monitors, smartwatches, medical devices and more can be leveraged by ResearchKit to generate relevant, real time, useful data direct from study participants to researchers. Examples of such sensors are accelerometers, gyroscope, GPS and the microphone.2) Leveraging video analysis technology :This can be best demonstrated by Duke University's Autism and Beyond study. This study leverages the power of Apple's ResearchKit to capture video and/or audio as part of a study and use it for further research. This app has in-built video analysis technology to quantify and analyze emotions and behavior in children. Their goal is to ensure that parents and researchers can use this technology one day lead to a screening tool that can help diagnose behavior related conditions like autism, anxiety etc earlier in kids.3) Engaging participants through a ( sometimes really long) research study : Recruiting is just half the battle. Medical researchers often face an uphill task when it comes to actively engaging with participants through the course of the study and ensuring their valuable inputs are provided until the end. Study participants now demand apps that provide them with an interface and experience that's as intuitive and appealing as consumer apps. ResearchKit apps can be designed to have trend-depicting dashboards, push notifications, custom branding, engaging videos, multi-language support and more - in short, an impactful mobile experience. All of it ultimately leading to better participant engagement and retention.4) Pushing the frontiers of research with innovative appsResearchKit apps can be used to incorporate a new source of data into the study. For example, voice. We, at Boston Technology, recently helped MIT researchers with a new-age app that leverages voice data capture for research. Called MIT VoiceUp, this app has been designed to help researchers elucidate links between vocal biomarkers and neuropsychological disorders. The app seeks to use state of the art neuroimaging techniques and vocal analysis to explore the brain mechanisms underlying voice changes in adults with depression. Read more about the app here.5) Integration with HealthKit and CareKitResearchKit apps can be taken one step further and integrated with HealthKit and CareKit.The iPhone's built-in capabilities allow for a lot patient generated data to be collected through the Health App. HealthKit is a framework that allows all healthcare and fitness apps to work together and collects all this data in one convenient place. This can enable developers to either add to this data or explore this data.CareKit allows developers to build apps that focus on patient-centric care and patient empowerment. These apps can help patients to manage their conditions better and help physicians track effectiveness of treatments.By integrating with HealthKit and CareKit, ResearchKit can open up whole new streams and sources of data that with consent, can be captured and used for better outcomes.That's 5 points you might want to think about if you are mulling about a research study app. The arrival of Apple's ResearchKit was the first step towards a long and great journey towards new peaks in the world of research, and the avenues and possibilities it allows you to imagine and explore are definitely mind-boggling!Have more questions or want to discuss any of these in more detail? Reach out to us, we are happy to take your questions!Image Source: hitconsultant.netBTC Blog|
|BTC Blog Artificial Intelligence in HealthcareA report from research firm IDC has thrown more light on the emerging importance of Artificial Intelligence (AI). According to a new Worldwide Semiannual Cognitive/Artificial Intelligence Systems Spending Guide, spending on AI technologies is all set to surge from $8 billion in 2016 to $47 billion in 2020.With healthcare being one of the industries that will invest the most on cognitive/ AI systems, it is apparent that this industry is betting big on AI technologies. Virtual assistants, intelligent automation and cognitive computing all are going to impact various facets of healthcare - from operations to patient-centric care to precision medicine.Data is a huge driving force in the world of healthcare today.EHR systems have largely aided the digitization of health records within most major hospitals and practices today. Added to this data is the newly minted "patient-generated health data" which is gathered through mobile health apps and wearables. Remote monitoring systems can also help transmit data through sensors and devices.Other players in the healthcare ecosystems like clinical and medical research firms are also leveraging technology in recruiting a greater number of participants in clinical trials and medical research studies. Apple's revolutionary ResearchKit, an open source software framework that helps in the development of mobile apps for research, ResearchStack, Ionic ResearchKit are all contributing to the immense growth of patient-generated data. Read more about mobile research apps here.But with the availability of so much data, the real quandary is being able to use such data to involve patients more in care by coming up with personalized diagnosis and treatment plans. AI can help.Machine learning and deep learning algorithms, visualization, rich media analytics and cognitive software platforms can facilitate healthcare's transition to a value-based care model. In addition, AI has the potential to analyze and identify patterns in huge data sets that can help address some crucial pain points and help improve quality and efficiency of care.Surgical robots, training of healthcare professionals, speech recognition, data crunching - the uses of AI are many. The future will increasingly see AI unlocking the insights hidden in data, improving efficiencies and enabling patient-centric care models in the healthcare industry.Source:http://www.idc.com/getdoc.jsp?containerId=prUS41878616All you need to know about mobile app-based medical research.Download the eBook to clear your questions!BTC Blog|
|BTC Blog Digital Healthcare Technology Trends to Watch Out For In 20172017 is almost upon us. And with it brings the predictions and expectations of the trends that may have significant impact on the industry in the next four quarters. And, healthcare in 2017 is no different. There are many innovative and exciting technology trends on the horizon - some new and some newly maturing that promise to leave an impression on healthcare delivery as well as clinical research in the coming year and beyond. Here are 5 trends that I feel will be worth watching out for!Precision Medicine:According to the National Institutes of Health (NIH), precision medicine is "an emerging approach for disease treatment and prevention that takes into account individual variability in genes, environment, and lifestyle for each person." While there is a lot of overlap between "precision medicine" and "personalized medicine", it is important to note that personalized should not be misinterpreted as implying that treatments are developed uniquely for each individual. Rather, the focus is on identifying approaches that could prove effective for patients based on genetic, environmental and lifestyle. The Precision Medicine Initiative that was announced by President Obama seeks to revolutionize the way diseases are treated through a thorough research effort aimed at studying individual differences in people and how these differences affect treatment and care. This massive initiative seeks to build a large scale research participant group of one million or more US participants across diverse social, racial, ethnic, age groups, economic circumstances and geographies. To this end, NIH recently awarded $120m to 5 companies to build apps and enroll 350,000 participants. This underlines the importance of mobile apps as a powerful tool in the world of medical research today. Mobile Apps allow researchers to leverage the many powerful sensors and processors (for example, tracking movement) that are standard with today's smartphones to gather new types of data. It encourages higher participation in research studies by leveraging the 'anywhere anytime' premise of the mobile to collect data thus helping researchers overcome resource and logistical constraints. Use of mobile and IoT technologies enables putting people front and center thus empowering 'Patient-centric Research' approach.Cognitive ComputingCognitive computing simulates human thought processes in a computerized model. Through deep learning algorithms that use data mining, pattern recognition and natural language processing, the computer can mimic the way the human brain works. Most notable, of course is IBM Watson. As the healthcare world grapples with humongous amounts of data generated, consider this -Watson can read 40 million documents in 15 seconds. 80% of health data is invisible to current systems because it's unstructured. Watson Health can see it. A quick look at IBM Watson's capabilities highlight the potential it has in healthcare. From wellness to improving healthcare outcomes, from reducing costs to driving innovations, Watson is fast becoming a powerful player in this field. To this end, IBM has been leveraging Watson's cognitive computing capabilities. Watson's cognitive computing is being used in increasingly innovative ways in healthcare. For example, in optimizing patient selection and recruitment in clinical trials, in oncology in the creation of personalized treatment plans, to streamline and automate authorizations, NLP solution platform for extracting medical facts from unstructured data.Health WearablesHealth wearables have been the new hot thing in the healthcare space for a couple of years now. They are harbingers of an evolving HealthCare delivery model where the focus in on personalization, engagement and bringing care closer to where the patient is versus getting the patient closer to the point of care. Wearables come in myriad types - sleep sensors, smart clothing, smart glasses, skin patches, activity monitors, fitness and heart rate monitors, smart watches, continuous glucose monitoring and more. Most contain sensors that collect raw data from wearables. This data then needs to be to fed into and analyzed by a software application. This type of analysis can then trigger an appropriate response which could range from a smartphone notification to an action by a physician or nurse. While earlier, there were no studies that could link wearables to positive clinical outcomes; there have been many studies over last year to prove that wearables do benefit physicians and patients. So much so that, a 'smart shirt' designed to remotely monitor the wearer's health via a series of sensors is set to be tested in space in an upcoming mission by the Canadian Space Agency (CSA). With a growing thrust towards personalized healthcare instead of a "one size fits all" and burgeoning health apps, health wearables are still going to be a key factor in 2017. According to the Huffington Post, the number of wearable devices shipped to consumers is expected to reach 130 million by 2018. BlockchainBlockchain is a peer-to-peer distributed ledger technology. It allows for businesses to digitize transaction workflow through shared and replicated ledger. While Blockchain technology has gained a firm standing in the finance and insurance sectors, there is a growing interest in the healthcare world too. Blockchain technology organizes data in a way that transactions can be verified through the consensus of all parties involved. In the world of healthcare, this could mean data ranging from an individual's personal health record to financial payments. But since each action is verified against an authorative ledger, accuracy is ensured. In healthcare, a patient's record can thus be validated and errors reduced. Multiple checkpoints can ensure security and enhance privacy. A history of transactions in a network that can be accessed by all users ensures that all pieces of information are verified. With use cases in population health and healthcare insurance, this innovative technology can lead to more transparency and reduced administrative costs. In the case of population health, middlemen can be eliminated and in healthcare insurance, Blockchain can ensure continuous access to patient records. With all players connecting to one single network and working on one shared information database, security is enhanced and chances of misuse greatly lessened. Blockchain is a promising technology and has the potential to bring about positive changes in areas like identity and medical billing fraud.Healthcare BotsIn a healthcare world, where personalization is becoming the key to enhancing loyalty and retaining patients, bots play a truly valuable role. Through chatbots, patients have convenient access to health support from doctors and nurses, during and even after stipulated business hours. This secure and personalized communication can be used for anything from medication advice from physicians to administrative tasks like scheduling appointments, prescription refills and test results. Be it via text, phone, email or website contact, chatbots can use techniques like sentiment analysis and image recognition to provide patients and caregivers with immediate and personalized answers to their most pressing healthcare queries. While there are associated risks like hacking of private patient information, healthcare providers will have to ensure utmost security of data to combat this risk.Learn how to leverage user-friendly mobile apps to bridge the gap and help researchers attract, enroll, engage and retain patients.Download the ebook to know more!BTC Blog|
|BTC Blog Baby Boomers vs Millennials in mHealthThere are now more millennials (75.4M) in the workforce than Baby Boomers (74.9M). In 2016, Millennials are in the 19-35 age range and Baby Boomers are in the 52-70 range. But despite the apparent differences in these demographics, both groups are tech savvy and already used to technology enhanced customer experiences. Patient Engagement matters even more since Baby Boomers are now the dominant group using medical services.Providing services to this demographic group has many clinical study sites and providers looking for ways to leverage technology and provide better patient engagement experiences. Patient-centered care is focused on the physician being the main point of care for a patient. With patient-centric care, the focus is centered on the patient. Here, the patient initiates the interactions and provides the information about their care. First let's get the definitions out of the way and then discuss the impact on patients.Patient Centered Care The National Institute of Health defines patient-centered care as: "health care that establishes a partnership among practitioners, patients, and their families (when appropriate) to ensure that decisions respect patients' wants, needs and preferences and solicit patients' input on the education and support they need to make decisions and participate in their own care."Patient Centric Care The IOM (Institute of Medicine) defines patient-centered care as: "Providing care that is respectful of, and responsive to, individual patient preferences, needs and values, and ensuring that patient values guide all clinical decisions." Patients are savvy and expect to be engaged and informed, especially when you consider 63% use phones to go online and 35% have gone online to figure out their medical condition. Patient engagement is everything from patient portals to tracking vitals with wearable. 69% actively track their own health and wellness.Improving the patient experience. Patients are expecting and demanding greater control over their care. Provisions in the Affordable Care Act now link performance related to patient experience metrics to reimbursement. For the first time, health care organizations-and eventually individual providers-will be paid partly based on how they are rated by patients.Advancing population health. Today, health care practices must meet new industry standards that emphasize outcomes instead of services delivered. Practices are on the hook for achieving better cost and clinical outcomes with initiatives such as Meaningful Use, Patient-Centered Medical Homes (PCMH), and Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs).Reducing costs. Focusing on patient engagement can improve efficiency, reduce out-migration and reduce overall costs of patient care.Ensuring personal care, recognizing what matters to the patients and constant communication are all tenets of improving patient experience. Technology in the form of mobile apps and health wearables can bridge the gap between the physician and patient. Constant monitoring of patient reported data, timely notifications and better insights from the data can help physicians improve health outcomes and the overall patient experience.Here is your roadmap to build solid mhealth app strategy.Click on the image to know more! BTC Blog|
|BTC Blog The AppConnect Partner Program in ActionThis was initially published on the Medidata blog and has been republished here with permission.Medidata recently launched the AppConnect Partner Program to help facilitate and support new types of innovation in mobile health. The program connects experts in mobile apps and remote patient research with Medidata's Patient Cloud platform. With the launch of this program, Medidata is making it easier for life sciences companies to bring mobile health tools into the highly structured world of clinical trials. Our inaugural partners BostonTechnology, LifeMap Solutions, and THREAD, are all innovators and experts in mobile app development and remote patient research....At this year's Symposium, we hosted a panel discussion with our AppConnect Partner Program partners to learn more from them about the latest trends, best practices, and lessons learned in mobile apps for clinical trials.We had an engaging discussion, and I left with a few takeaways of my own:1) When it comes to clinical research, it's more than just an "app." Mobile health technology has the potential to help address a wide range of needs including patient recruitment, patient engagement, data collection (e-diaries, games, motion-based data, etc.), data validation, remote patient research and much more.2) Stakeholders in mHealth are making huge advances to drive adoption. Better data leads to better science, and sponsors realize that by capturing objective and continuous data previously inaccessible to researching, they are getting a fuller picture of the safety and efficacy of investigative therapies.Our partners from Boston Technology put together a brief summary of our discussion which you can read here.BTC Blog|
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