My Santa Says ePRO, ePRO, ePRO Instead of Ho, Ho, Ho!!!

December 21, 2010 John Jordan

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As we sit here in the chilly northeast, with the holiday season in full swing, I wanted to get a very brief post out prior to the holiday season and the New Year.  This is the time where one reflects on what the year has brought them.  Obviously I was given the opportunity to share my thoughts and insight into the eClinical world with my Blog.  I have been able to give my readers a rundown of the various industry gatherings I have attended this autumn and look forward to providing my perspective on ePRO and eClinical technologies in the coming year. 

CRF Health was fortunate as well, another very strong year will soon be in the books.  The success, growth and technological advancements don’t look to be slowing down anytime time soon.  Next year will bring new product offerings and overall improvements in the services we currently provide.

2011 will bring postings that cover the various ePRO options available to clinical trial stakeholders, from handheld solutions to web based ePRO.  I’ll explore which study designs work best with the various ePRO solutions available to study teams.  We’ll discuss the option of using multiple ePRO modalities within one study.  We will investigate the burden on the subject of a clinical trial and how integration of the various technologies can reduce that burden.  There will also be postings on the burden imposed on the site during a clinical trial and methods being discussed within the industry that would lessen the sites technology load.  You can be automatically notified of new postings throughout the year by subscribing to my blog.

I promised to be brief, so please enjoy this Holiday season for all it’s worth.  Seasons Greetings, Happy New Year and may 2011 bring the very best to you and yours.

Wishing you all the best,

John Jordan

 

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