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Join IBM to learn best practices in conducting patient-centric trials

[fa icon="calendar"] Mar 27, 2017 11:29:01 AM / by Dianne Chatterton

Topics: clinical trials, ePro, clinical research, Conferences, IBM, electronic patient reported outcomes, Merge, an IBM Company, IBM Clinical Development, IBM Watson Health, patient centricity, patient centric, patient engagement

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Patient Centricity, the drive to better align the needs and expectations of both patient and researcher in a clinical trial, is among today’s most important industry issues. Advanced technologies such as smartphones, wearable devices and embedded sensors can help researchers enhance the quality of patient relationships and the timeliness and accuracy of patient-reported data.

Merge, an IBM Company, is excited to be a sponsor of the Second Annual Patient Centric Clinical Research: Engagement and Innovation Conference, March 27-28, 2017, in Springfield, Va. The combination of leaders from both patient-advocacy groups and the clinical research industry promises to provide a wealth of opportunities to discuss common concerns, share best practices and develop joint solutions to make trials safer, faster and more successful for all stakeholders.

We hope you’ll stop by our exhibit and share some of your key takeaways from the stellar line-up of speakers. And please take a moment to learn about the IBM Clinical Development solution and our advanced ePRO solutions, especially our new iOS-mobile app, My Clinical Diary. This dedicated app helps optimize subject engagement, improve compliance, and streamline trials through an intuitive interface that integrates seamlessly with IBM Clinical Development. 

You can get the details on My Clinical Diary and our end-to-end data management solution and even take them for a test drive right in the booth. (Click here if you'd like to schedule a demo at a specific time.)

And this year, we’re especially excited to talk with you about how you can help our team and the rest of Watson Health transform the clinical research process as we enter the Cognitive Era. (Be sure to register for this webinar during which we'll officially launch IBM Clinical Development!)

Thanks so much, and we look forward to seeing you!

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Dianne Chatterton
Written by Dianne Chatterton