Bring-your-own device (BYOD) remains a hot industry topic, following expanding electronic clinical outcome assessment (eCOA) adoption and the recent spate of patient-focused drug development initiatives. Both drug sponsors and the research community seek to make their work more meaningful or convenient for patients: the former through clinical endpoint selection, the latter through novel trial participation strategies.
BYOD offers significant convenience to patients but uncertainty and concern about logistics, technical performance, end-user support and regulatory acceptance still guides industry decision-making. Join this free webinar to hear the featured speakers discuss the latest research on BYOD equivalence and acceptance, as well as practical advice for BYOD implementation when patient-reported outcomes (PRO) are part of a clinical trial. This webinar also includes case study learnings and future scenario discussion.
Donna Mongiello, RN, BSN, Vice President, Strategic Solutions, YPrime
Donna Mongiello is Vice President, Strategic Solutions for YPrime. Bringing more than 20 years of business development and operational leadership in eClinical and digital health solutions, she is a recognized expert in patient recruitment, engagement and eCOA topics. Prior to joining YPrime in 2016, Donna held business development leadership roles at Clariness, CRF Health and PRA Health Sciences. She began her career as a registered nurse and held positions in home healthcare organizational management before moving into the clinical research industry in 2007.Message Presenter
Willie Muehlhausen is a successful serial intrapreneur with more than 20 years of experience in clinical research and clinical trial technologies. Willie led ICON’s Innovation team for more than five years and initiated and supported research and implementation projects in wearable devices, machine learning, artificial intelligence, electronic Clinical Outcome Assessments, crowdsourcing and innovation strategy. Willie has been involved in more than 40 publications and has co-authored two books on eCOA. His achievements have been recognized by his industry peers with the inclusion in PharmaVoice100 in 2015 and in the Centerwatch Top20 Innovators in 2018.Message Presenter
Who Should Attend?
eCOA/ePRO Specialists, plus senior professionals working within:
- Clinical Operations
- Data Management
- eClinical Technologies
- Regulatory Affairs
- Outsourcing & Procurement
What You Will Learn
Participants will gain insights into:
- Shifting industry attitudes and patient preferences
- Growing scientific acceptability
- Equivalence study conclusions
- The importance of graphical control elements
- Deployment considerations
- Risk mitigation considerations
YPrime offers more than a decade of focused work with eclinical systems to expedite and improve the quality of patient management, clinical supplies, drug accountability and clinical data. Cloud-based interactive response technology (IRT) and electronic clinical outcome assessment (eCOA) platforms offer sponsors greater speed, precision and integration in clinical trial management.
Our data services and tools help sponsors bring together fragmented clinical research data into contextual information they can act on. YPrime’s technology and service offerings enable sponsors to move faster and more efficiently to their next development milestone.