digital clinical trials

By Dave Muoio December 1, 2017
Editor's note: Since publication, some of this story's quotes have been edited for clarity. With billions of dollars and countless hours of human effort spent each year validating new drugs, devices, and medical interventions, it’s little surprise that the healthcare industry is turning to technology to streamline the process. From participant recruitment to data collection to adherence, clinical...
By Dave Muoio October 24, 2017
To improve its efforts to bring digital technology to clinical research, Bracket announced today the acquisition of mProve Health, a provider of various mobile technologies for life science-focused customers. The terms of the acquisition were not disclosed. "We are excited to announce the acquisition of mProve as we take a major step forward in our support of tech-enabled clinical trials," Jeff...
By Aditi Pai February 11, 2015
Austin, Texas-based clinical trial recruitment company ePatientFinder raised nearly $2.6 million from Parsons & Whittemore and a group of angel investors. This brings the company's total funding to about $4 million. The company closed a $1.4 million round in May 2014, according to Austin Business Journal. ePatientFinder has developed a service that helps physicians find suitable clinical...
By Jonah Comstock December 27, 2012
Omniscience Mobile's upcoming clinical trial app. Mobile technology presents a sorely-needed, long-awaited opportunity for innovating the clinical trial – making it cheaper, easier, and even more accurate. But there are a lot of pieces to a clinical trial, and, according to some, mobile technology has the capacity to influence almost every one. Different companies are experimenting with these...