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BYOD and Patients: Hype vs Reality

November 20, 2015

Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) is the latest buzz-phrase in the eCOA industry, with the possibility of taking advantage of patients own devices to administer study questionnaires being touted as promising higher compliance and reduced patient burden compared to traditional eCOA studies. But some key challenges remain to the adoption of BYOD as a viable method for clinical trials, not least how patient’s themselves will respond. This session will present findings from usability testing of an app-based questionnaire in a broad sample of member of the general public which provides insight into the true challenges that face BYOD.

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