Digital pills offer the potential to help researchers truly understand connections between medication adherence and patient outcomes. The use of digital pills in clinical trials can help researchers have more confidence in their data, and can provide data that links dose to time of ingestion, dose to medication levels, as well as real-time notifications of missed doses. This data allows for immediate intervention if a researcher sees that a patient has not taken their prescribed medication.
In this free webinar hosted by Xtalks, learn about how an FDA-cleared technology, the ID-Cap™ System, uniquely addresses patient adherence to oral medication.
This system provides real-time data that confirms ingestion events and enables tracking of oral medication use with a high rate of accuracy. The technology enables fast interventions for maintenance to a prescribed medication regimen for better patient outcomes.
Learn how these technologies have been used in trials and how they can address risks to the success of trials that are associated with poor adherence, suboptimal patient engagement and inaccurate adherence reporting.
Date & Time:
December 3, 2020 at 2pm EST
Susan Baumgartner, PharmD, MBA
Vice President, Product Management & Regulatory Affairs, etectRx, Inc.
Peter R. Chai MD, MMS
Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine, Harvard Medical School
Global Director for Clinical Technology & Patient Recruitment, Bristol-Myers Squibb