Exploring Digital Health Technologies:
The Devices & Data Being Used in Trials Today
Today, digital health technologies are improving clinical trial processes, streamlining timelines and enabling remote monitoring of participants. The market for these technologies is rapidly expanding and is expected to reach $59B by 2020.

But with continuing technological advances and more and more devices available as a result, it can be difficult to stay up-to-date on what types of devices are available and what is applicable to clinical trials.

In this eBook, industry leaders Validic, Quintiles and Duke Clinical Research Institute explore the four categories of digital health technologies--wearable fitness devices, clinical devices, sensors and applications—and discuss what each category includes, endpoints they collect and how they’re being used in trials today.

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