October 21, 2015
Los Angeles-based mobile clinical trials company Science 37 has raised $6.5 million from Lux Capital and dRx Capital, a joint venture of Qualcomm and Novartis that launched in January.
The funding will help the company develop and roll out its novel clinical trial operating model, which uses mobile technology to allow patients to participate in the trial from their homes. The company draws on ...
May 20, 2015
Swedish clinical trial recruitment company Trialbee has raised $5 million in first-round funding from existing investors Industrifonden and Briban Invest. The company previously raised about $3.2 million in seed funding. The money will be used, among other things, to support Trialbee's entrance into the US market.
Trialbee provides mobile and web-based tools for clinical trial recruitment, online...
January 8, 2015
Qualcomm's 2net Hub
Qualcomm Life announced two major partnerships at CES15 this year: one with pharmaceutical company Novartis and the other with pharmacy chain Walgreens.
Novartis selected Qualcomm Life as a partner for its global Trials of the Future program, in which Novartis is endeavoring to use more mobile technology in its clinical trials and to provide connectivity for future Novartis...
March 1, 2013
A screenshot from Exco's clinical trial software.
One of our predictions at the start of the year was that 2013 would be a year for pharma to make big moves in mobile health. European pharmaceutical company AstraZeneca has begun that process, announcing a pilot, in partnership with Exco InTouch, to address chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) in the UK using mobile and online tools....
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...
July 9, 2012
At the DIA Annual Meeting in Philadelphia last month, Vodafone and Exco InTouch announced a deal that sees Vodafone launching a new mobile-enabled clinical trial offering that leverages Exco's patient reported outcomes software for mobile phones. Exco made headlines last year when it inked a deal with pharmaceutical company Pfizer to determine how effective mobile-enabled clinical trials could be...