Patient Recruitment and Retention News Don’t be left out in the cold this winter, keep up with the latest trends in Patient Recruitment and Retention News! Mosio Exclusive: Text Messaging: The Ultimate Tool For BYOD In Clinical Trials “Bring your own device”, or BYOD, is becoming a new trend in clinical trials. Sponsors, CROs, and investigators are starting to realize the ease and utility that BYOD […]
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Health Tech Programs Including Text Messaging Show Positive Results Health tech programs using text messaging services to promote healthy choices and change behaviors have been shown to be effective on an increasing basis for the last few years. A new clinical trial investigating coronary artery disease and healthy behaviors has proved that text messages from […]
Company publishes second book of clinical trial patient recruitment and retention tips and strategies SEATTLE, WA — Mosio, a leader in clinical research patient engagement technology, announces the release of its second eBook, “Clinical Trials Patient Recruitment and Retention Tips.” Partnering with experienced clinical research professionals, Mosio revisits the hurdle of patient recruitment and retention […]
Patient Recruitment and Retention News – Apr 2016 April showers bring more power…to your clinical trials! Stay up to date with what’s trending in Patient Recruitment and Retention News. Mosio Exclusive: First and foremost, Join us at the ACRP 2016 Meeting & Expo this week! Mosio’s CEO and co-founder Noel Chandler will be speaking on “Mobile Technologies in […]
Patient recruitment remains one of the most challenging aspects of running a clinical trial, and the primary reason a trial is extended or delayed. The issue is pervasive with an estimated 86% of trials failing to meet recruitment goals by the intended timeline. Furthermore, it is estimated that the opportunity cost is $8 million for […]
3 Strategies to Build Your Database for Patient Recruitment Patient recruitment is a complex set of activities that work in concert to fill a trial with the allotted number of participants. One of the ways we can get a head start on patient recruitment is by having a robust patient recruitment database filled with patients […]
This holiday season give yourself the gift of knowledge! Stay up to date with the latest in patient recruitment and retention from around the web. Are we missing one? Tweet it to us at @Mosio. Mosio Exclusive: 3 Ways to Increase Patient Retention in Clinical Trials. Patient recruitment is only half the battle, you need a patient […]
We are delighted to be a Gold Sponsor for the OmniComm Innovation Forum 2015 in Delray Beach, Florida on October 29-30. Technological solutions for the clinical trial industry will be discussed with an esteemed panel of speakers including our very own, Noel Chandler, co-founder and CEO of Mosio. Noel’s presentation, “Recruit, Retain, Engage Study Participants […]
Join us at Site Solutions Summit at Amelia Island, October 8-11, 2015. This premier event is designed to help clinical research sites reach optimal performance. Mosio’s dedication to assisting sites achieve their patient recruitment and retention goals aligns with this mission, and we’re delighted to join like-minded professionals at this great event! Providing solutions to […]
[Case Study] Text Message Appointment Reminders Increase Patient Engagement in Clinical Trials A new case study, titled “Quintiles’ Phase I Unit Tackles Patient Trial ‘Shopping’” was just published in Applied Clinical Trials. Among other findings in the innovation Quintiles is bringing to patient recruitment and retention, there are two key points mentioned with regards to […]
Mosio is a two-way text messaging company specializing in mobile solutions for clinical research. Our award winning Patient Engagement Platform enables researchers to engage and retain study participants through text message alerts, reminders, surveys and interactive “TextChat” features.