A white paper evaluating site survey data results on the effect of electronic medical record adoption in clinical trial data collection and the potential impact on sites and sponsors with eSource technologies.
Studies have shown that applications of mHealth in healthcare settings have improved medication and procedural compliance; however, little research has been conducted on the impact of mHealth on clinical trial procedural compliance and subject retention. Clinical Ink piloted an mHealth sub-study that suggests it can have an impact on reducing subject dropout rates, potentially improving protocol adherence, and changing patient behavior.
Key findings from survey of 500+ research coordinators and investigators that confirmed site preference for eSource over paper source. Details why sites prefer eSource for improving clinical trial efficiency and data quality.