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9 Key Factors to Evaluate When Considering BYOD

June 29, 2017

Bring Your Own Device, also known as BYOD, is a growing topic in clinical trials.

BYOD is allowing participants in a clinical trial to provide study data using their own internet-enabled hardware. This could be a smartphone, tablet, personal computer or laptop. It can be a web-hosted questionnaire accessed via an internet browser or an app downloaded from the App Store or Google Play Store.

But what factors should be considered before implementing this approach on your next study? Download this eBook to learn more about these 9 key factors:

  1. Ensuring Regulatory Buy-In
  2. Usability
  3. Compliance
  4. Training and Help Desk Support
  5. Budget
  6. Security and Privacy
  7. Availability
  8. Equivalence
  9. Working with Instrument Owners
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