Kick-off your summer with some of best news and notes in patient recruiting and retention for clinical trials.  Every month we send you a collection of the hottest trending articles we’ve seen.  Are we missing one?  Tweet it to us at @Mosio.

How mobile technology can improve clinical trials
Improving patient recruiting, retention, and data collection should be the priorities in the utilization of mobile technology in this space.

4 Ways to Guarantee your Trials Become More Patient-Centric
There is little in the way trials are run that considers each patient’s individual needs, preferences, and desires. Overcome these obstacles by applying the tips in this article.

Using Facebook to Improve Recruitment and Retention in Clinical Trials
The pace of research would likely be greatly benefited by a freely available and widespread tool, like Facebook, for finding and connecting with participants.

Working Together to Increase Minority Enrollment in Clinical Trials
Enough people from varied backgrounds are required to transfer knowledge gained in one part of the population onto another part of the population.

Understanding Key Early Phase Clinical Trial Cost Drivers
A quick look at the main drivers of trial costs and a sample of strategies that can be employed to address these expenses.

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