TORONTO (PRWEB) January 17, 2019
Traditional approaches to study design are complicated, confusing, and far too risky. At the heart of this has been the age old practice of asking everyone to look in the wrong place to approve what the vendor will build and what the sponsor can expect. Join this webinar to learn how to solve this problem through innovation in ePRO and making use of a true ‘agile’ methodology for study design and deployment.
Leveraging a revolutionary, fully-configurable authoring tool can enable this approach. In this webinar, you will learn how such an authoring tool allows you to focus on continuous collaboration to design and deploy a truly patient-centric solution through iterative improvements starting with early decisions and regular feedback. You will see how rapid and regular prototyping supports that feedback cycle, improves study team confidence and delivers better quality ePRO solutions with fully integrated patient engagement experiences by looking in the right place from the start.
- An agile authoring tool allows you to focus on continuous collaboration to design and deploy a truly patient-centric solution
- Rapid and regular prototyping supports the feedback cycle from the early stages of development
- To achieve better quality ePRO solutions with fully integrated patient engagement experiences
For more information or to register for this event, visit Agile in ePRO – Looking in the Right Place from the Start.
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