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5 Tips to Get the Most Out of Text Messaging in Clinical Research

Text messages can greatly improve clinical research on multiple levels, according to Applied Clinical Trials. Study outcomes show that text messages enhance patient behavioral outcomes, increase the likelihood of patients showing up to…
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New Mobile Web Survey Options With Text Message Delivery and Reminders

Text messaging is the most utilized feature on both smart phones and not so smart (feature) phones. Now with Mosio, you are able to design and deploy text delivered mobile web surveys for clinical research and have them mirrored on the mobile…
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Text Messaging Uses in Electronic Patient Reported Outcome (ePRO)

  Collecting patient data via paper diary is becoming outdated and is quickly being replaced by electronic patient-reported outcome (ePRO). Although still newer to the clinical trial scene, ePRO already comes in many shapes and sizes,…
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4 Tips for Using Text Message Surveys in NIH-Funded Research

Many NIH-funded research studies depend on being able to have access to the largest number of people possible to ensure enrollment goals of qualified participant numbers are met. Text messaging is the most popular channel on mobile phones. 99%…
Mobile Phone Surveys
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8 Reasons to Research Client Feedback With Mobile Phone Surveys

Before you next seek client satisfaction feedback at your agency or private practice, take a look at these eight reasons to consider using mobile phone surveys. Wide Availability – With an estimated 6.8 billion mobile subscriptions…
Mobile Phone Surveys
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Surveys via Text Messaging = Increased Truthfulness

Surveys via Text Messaging = Increased Truthfulness Everyone is texting. With their friends, family, coworkers and businesses. It's officially a comfortable communication method, used more than voice calls for the average American mobile…