Today's industry standard & patient's journey
The patient receives conventional blisters and paper based questionaires.
The patient must remember to take the medicine and follow the protocol at scheduled time
of patients forget to take their medication during clinical trials
What if reminding to take medication was hassle-free for the patient?
The patient takes his/her medication and the investigator has limited means to know if the patient has actually taken it at the right time.
of clinical trials complete both Phase I and Phase II studies
What if you could effectively enhance the adherence of your patients?
The patient must remember to complete his/her questionnaire at the right time. When patient reported outcomes are paper based, the compliance of this activity cannot be ensured.
of patients provide erroneous answers to questionnaires
Do you have the means to discern which patients tend to dilute your data?
Paper Based : The patient meets the investigator for routine exams as well as returning paper-based quesitonnaires
ePro Based : Often and on multiple occasions ePRO is site-based, thus subjected to potential bias as patients must recall memory events while required to bring empty blisters for pill-counting adherence process, an archaic method that is widely used.
of clinical trials have missing or incomplete data
What if your patients access a technology that facilitates their daily clinical routine?