The company has partnered with top clinical research thought leaders to feature tips, tools and strategies for maximizing study participation, communication and retention.
San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) March 25, 2014
Mosio, an award-winning mobile software company providing solutions in clinical research, health services and other industries, announces the release of its new “Clinical Trials Patient Recruiting and Retention: Tips for Success” eBook. The company has partnered with top clinical research thought leaders to feature tips, tools and strategies for maximizing study participation, communication and retention.
“We are excited about the potential impact of this new publication and would like to thank all contributors who made it possible,” said Noel Chandler, CEO and Co-Founder of Mosio. “As the first eBook in an annual series highlighting ideas, tactics and recommendations from experts across all areas of clinical research, we look forward to gathering feedback and reaching out to others throughout the industry to join initiatives in educating and improving the future success of research studies.”
“Clinical Trials Patient Recruiting and Retention: Tips for Success” attracts and engages readers with its clean, easy-to-read design and through illustrations created by Brenda Brown, a well-known illustrator of the best-selling “Worst-Case Scenario” book series. Tips and strategies in the new eBook range from marketing, communication and social media ideas to planning, tools, materials, databases, goal-setting and patient service recommendations.
Mosio for Research is dedicated to increasing the success of clinical trials through mobile technology. Its mobile software platform offers research sites, sponsors and CROs an efficient, cost-effective way to extend their outreach and stay connected to participants through interactive, two-way text message alerts, reminders and surveys.
Download the new “Clinical Trials Patient Recruiting and Retention: Tips for Success” eBook at http://www.mosio.com/ebook2014
To learn more about Mosio for Research, visit http://www.mosio.com/research or call/text 415-799-4144.