Wearables Deliver Patient Data For Faster, Smarter Clinical Trials.

CROs and clinical trial managers can capture critical patient health information 24/7 with the wearable mHealth technology.

Integrating information from wearable devices in your clinical trial feed can help increase the speed and improve the quality of your clinical trial.


Scientific self-tracking engages the patient completely and encourages their compliance. Improved retention and data integrity are a major bonus.

Patient Data Automatically Integrates With Your ePRO & IRT system

Wearables like the FitBit reduce the amount of manual data collection and entry for patients and clinical trial staff. The only data the trial patient needs to monitor is whether they are wearing the device.

  • Wearable devices collect patient health data critical to your trial.
  • Data from device automatically updates with your ePRO and IRT system anywhere via bluetooth and wifi

Automatic integration with your database means your clinical staff and researchers see data in real time.

Trialogics is Experienced Implementing Wearables in Clinical Trials

Trialogics has integrated wearables with IRT systems for clinical trials in several therapeutic areas like cardiovascular studies, gerontology, and chronic disease among others.

Wearable mHealth technology works well for clinical trials that:

  • Depend on experience and reaction of patient
  • Do not require more extensive observation

Why Integrate mHealth Technology

  • Increase patient pool & patient retention
  • Enable Objective Data Collection
  • 24/7 Patient Monitoring
  • Real world patient perspective

Any Wearable Technology Can Integrate with Your Clinical Trial Database

We can work with any wearable technology manufacturer approved by your CRO or Sponsor. There are no restrictions on integration with any wearable or remote medical device.

We have integrated:

  • MS Band
  • FitBit
  • Infobionics
  • & More

These devices can be used to monitor cardiac and ECG, continuous sleep, diabetes, activity levels, and more.

Low-Cost Devices Provides More Sophisticated Data

Aside from the cost of the device, wearable technology has the potential to save money on expenses of clinical trials personnel and reducing costly medical testing.

It has the ability to speed up the clinical trial with real-time visibility to pass along to trial directors and researchers.

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