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Bring Your Own Device: Why the Future of Clinical Trials Lies in Your Patients’ Hands

While BYOD has been in use for years, the pandemic has accelerated wider acceptance with the shift toward decentralized clinical trials and the intensified need for robust, patient-centric clinical trial solutions. Since smartphones are central to patients’ lives, incorporating them into your clinical trial is a logical step toward more reliable and less burdensome electronic patient-reported outcomes (ePRO) collection.

The benefits of using a scientifically proven, bring your own device (BYOD) or hybrid solution include:

  • Increased patient recruitment
  • Increased patient retention
  • Better patient experience
  • Greater compliance
  • Higher-quality data
  • Lower costs
  • Shorter build timelines

With all these benefits of BYOD and the recent technological advances that have taken place, regulatory, logistic, data privacy, and security questions remain. What sort of documentation will the FDA require to support BYOD-derived data? Does BYOD adequately protect patient data? Will BYOD work for a global Phase III study?

This webinar will address these considerations as well as help clinical trial sponsors develop a clear path to GO BYOD.

In this webinar, you’ll learn:

  • How BYOD benefits your clinical trial’s most important asset: your patients
  • The latest regulatory guidance around decentralized clinical trials and BYOD
  • How BYOD improves data management, quality, and time to database lock
  • The operational benefits of a BYOD model for sponsors and CROs
  • Why BYOD is a key component of the “next normal” in clinical trial design

Presented by:


Jonathan Andrus
Chief Strategy Officer Clinical Ink


Willie Muehlhausen
Chief Executive Officer, Safira Clinical Research

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