Patient Centricity and Virtualizing Technologies in a COVID-19 World

[Downloadable White Paper]

Patient Centricity and Virtualizing Technologies in a COVID-19 World

It is a commonly held belief in the life sciences that sites and patients are not interested in using new virtualizing technologies. To further investigate, ̨ͼⱦ partnered with the Society for Clinical Research Sites (SCRS) to measure sites’ current and anticipated levels of adoption of patient-centric tools, and the sites’ perspective on how patients have reacted to them.

Our survey results counter the belief that sites are resistant to more digital tools. The survey revealed that sites are receptive to virtualizing technologies that facilitate their work while enhancing the patient experience.

This 10+ page white paper evaluates:

  • How sites define patient centricity
  • Demographics of participants
  • How often in the past two years sites used tools to
  • facilitate patient centricity
  • Tools sites plan to start adopting over the next two
  • years
  • Sites’ opinions of technology designed to improve
  • patient centricity
  • Willingness of patients to use patient-centric tools
  • Factors limiting adoption of tools

About SCRS

Society for Clinical Research Sites (SCRS) was founded in 2012 in response to the growing need for a global organization representative of the needs of clinical research sites globally. SCRS currently represents over 9,500 research sites in 47 countries. SCRS is an active partner in industry-wide initiatives and dialogues focused on improving the clinical research enterprise.

 

Patient Centricity and Virtualizing Technologies in a COVID-19 World