Is BYOD right for your eCOA Clinical Trial?

Is BYOD right for your eCOA Clinical Trial?
May 15, 2021 YPrime

The FDA and industry focus on patient-centricity and the patient experience in clinical trials has challenged us to enhance patients’ clinical trial experiences and reduce patient burden, while ensuring data integrity. The concept of bring your own device (BYOD), having clinical trial participants use their own smartphones to report their patient reported outcome (PRO) data, is a fairly recent development. The current ubiquity of smartphones has the potential to revolutionize electronic clinical outcome assessment (eCOA) data collection in clinical trials.

In this video, Celeste Elash and Carol Tester discuss the appeal of the BYOD option and operational considerations for a BYOD strategy for eCOA data collection in your clinical trial.

Watch the video to learn more about the factors to consider before implementing a BYOD strategy for eCOA data collection in clinical trials.

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Is BYOD right for your eCOA Clinical Trial?

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