Today's industry standard & patient's journey

1.

The patient receives conventional blisters and paper based questionaires.
The patient must remember to take the medicine and follow the protocol at scheduled time

2/3

of patients forget to take their medication during clinical trials

What if reminding to take medication was hassle-free for the patient?

2.

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.

30%

of clinical trials complete both Phase I and Phase II studies

What if you could effectively enhance the adherence of your patients?

3.

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.

80%

of patients provide erroneous answers to questionnaires

Do you have the means to discern which patients tend to dilute your data?

4.

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.

1/3

of clinical trials have missing or incomplete data

What if your patients access a technology that facilitates their daily clinical routine?

Allow your Trials to become truly Patient-Centric and step away from pill counting.

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