Clinical research studies are increasing in numbers, they’re getting more complex, and they must be executed in a very challenging, tight labor environment. These are some of the key drivers of decentralized programs that use technology to lessen the burden of requiring patients to be physically present in order to participate.
Despite advances in IT, informed consent — the linchpin moment between recruiting and participation — remains a challenge. In this episode, Justin Mardjuki and Greg Kefer discuss why eConsent is so hard, and how modern conversational technology may finally connect the dots by making the consent process easy for patients, while also satisfying multiple regulatory and collaboration requirements that research initiatives require.
About the Digital Conversations Podcast Series
Conversational technology and patient engagement are two technology trends sweeping through the three trillion dollar healthcare industry. In these short, interactive discussions, industry experts talk about how and where innovation is impacting the customer experience at hospitals, pharmaceutical companies, and the vast array of related services in the industry.