Patient-focused eClinical technologies offer significant potential to better educate patients and improve their experiences in providing patient-reported outcomes (PRO). However, many organizations question how to approach the transition from paper to electronic paper collection or from a prior lackluster implementation of ePRO to one that delivers on objectives.
In this webinar, Nicole Latimer, Chief Executive Officer at Medrio, and Melissa Newara, Senior Director of Subject Matter Expertise at Medrio, will discuss how today’s ePRO solutions can flex to meet the needs of each unique protocol design – whether onsite, at-home, hybrid, or fully decentralized and share implementation best practices to close gaps in data accuracy, reduce context switching for staff, and enable closer communication between participants and study professionals.
They will be joined by Frances Rubenstein, PhD, Director of Database Management with Nevro Corporation, who will share how the medical device company implemented ePRO to close gaps in data accuracy, reduce context switching for staff, and enhance patient convenience.
Key Learning Objectives:
● How today’s flexible ePRO solutions can be implemented to meet unique trial designs and goals
● Key considerations when designing electronic patient reported outcomes and how it differs from paper PRO collection when migrating paper PRO forms to electronic PRO collection
● Change management best practices for engaging CRAs and site staff in the adoption of ePRO
● A case study of how a medical device organization migrated from paper to electronic patient reported outcomes across 20+ sites
● Ways to evaluate varied ePRO solutions in order to identify solutions that are purpose-built for patient convenience and ease of use for site staff