This free article discusses research on the effects of mHealth in clinical trial adherence, patient engagement and patient retention. It reviews the impact of well-designed mHealth studies on subject dropout rates and compliance levels to draw conclusions about the BYOD model and the future of mHealth in the clinical trials industry. This article is authored by Kyle Hogan, eClinical Solutions Director at Clinical Ink, and first appeared in the Autumn 2016 issue of International Clinical Trials (ICT).
What you’ll find in this article:
- What impact mHealth can have on trial adherence and retention
- What researchers have found using mHealth study designs
- What the future of mHealth in clinical trials might look like