Sensors & Wearables

Measure Patient Health

Wearable and sensor technologies empower researchers to capture the full spectrum of patient health. Track patient health remotely, objectively, and with higher frequency than traditional methods while still aligning to traditional in-clinic assessments.

To leverage the full capabilities of sensors and wearables, integrate with our eSource solutions, including eCOA, and empower patient outcomes in remote clinical trials.

Engineered by clinical, software, and user experience experts at Clinical ink, essential data and context are captured through active and passive mobile activities, measuring patient health and generating precision insights to support the development of digital biomarkers.

Conduct Remote, UX-Friendly Measurements

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Instrumented Motor Tasks

  • Balance
  • Gait (Walking)
  • Postural Stability
  • Pronation / Supination
  • Resting Tremor
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Voice Tasks

  • Articulation
  • Phonation
  • Reading
  • Verbal Learning and Memory
a clinical trial patient using a watch and mobile device to capture study data

Ecological Momentary Tasks

  • Protocol-driven (based on study design parameters)
  • Sensor-driven (based on algorithmic detection of behavior or physiology)
a person looking at their heart rate on a smart watch

Continuous Passive Patient Monitoring

  • Actigraphy
  • Fall Detection
  • Geofencing and Life Space
  • Heart Rate, Variability, VO2 Max
  • Sleep Quantity and Quality
  • Tremor and Dyskinesia
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Combined Remote Mobile eSource Technology

  • eConsent (Fully Remote)
  • Neurocognitive Tests (self-administered)
  • Symptom Diaries
  • Study Support
  • Telehealth API Integration
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Advanced Analytics for Digital Assessments

  • 50+ different digital assessments
  • Metrics associated with disease-specific features
  • Easily collect rich mobile and sensor data
  • Enable machine-learning analysis
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Capture the full spectrum of patient health with remote UX-friendly tasks aligned with traditional in-clinic assessments.

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