Mobile technology in healthcare
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Ways text messaging can improve a randomized control trial

Randomized control trials (RCT), the gold standard of clinical trials. If your site can learn how to perform RCTs well, your site will be successful. You will be awarded more (probably randomized control trial) studies, and will have a good…
patient retention
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Using Mobile Technology for Patient Retention and Recruitment: PatientWise Webinar with Noel Chandler

Last week, Noel Chandler, CEO and Co-Founder of Mosio, gave a Webinar for PatientWise titled “Using Mobile Technology for Patient Recruitment and Patient Retention.” Starting with an overview of mobile phones and usage statistics,…
Patient recruitment strategies

Clinical Trial Recruitment Success Via Text Messaging

Recruitment: the perpetually challenging aspect of clinical trials. As one of the most important parts of running a clinical trial (no patients, no trial, right?), recruitment is a large focus for those involved in clinical research. …
mHealth providers
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Clinical Trial Promotion and Subscription via SMS

SMS and Email Subscriptions: A Case Study SMS has the ability to considerably increase email signups served by mHealth providers.  At least, that’s what a Zettasphere case study reviewed by Tim Watson, independent email marketing consultant,…
Patient recruitment for clinical trials
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Mosio CEO on The Clinical Trials Guru – Clinical Trial Recruitment and Text Messaging

Volunteer recruitment and patient recruitment for clinical trials continue to be one of the biggest challenges in clinical research, especially in finding qualified candidates within the scheduled study timelines and budgets. The Clinical Trials…
Clinical Trial Recruitment
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Reduce the Stress on Your Recruiting Call Centers: Use Mobile Surveys to Pre-Screen Research Patients

Calling: Unknown Number. Should you answer it?  You can just let it go to voicemail and call back if it turns out to be something important.  One less time you have to entertain spam… Although many people may qualify for clinical…