Early Inroads for Wearable Devices in Clinical Trials

By CenterWatch
Published: June 2016

The growth of commercially available wearable devices capable of gathering health information doesn’t seem to be slowing any time soon. These devices hold promise for collecting, transmitting and integrating objective experiential data in real time and in aiding the analysis of a much higher volume of data from a significantly larger number of patients. Interpreting wearable device data raises concerns over how to evaluate and identify patient-reported outcome data that is pertinent to include with clinical outcomes data. The prospect of a potentially large market for new devices that can shorten clinical trial cycle times and engage larger numbers of patients is compelling.

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