Clinical Trials Moving From Site to Home—Lessons Learned from Digital Health Technologies



Webinar Date/Time: Tue, May 9, 2023 11:00 AM EDT

Join this webinar to understand the best practices and considerations around the use of Digital Health Technologies in clinical trials.

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Event Overview:

The event intends to discuss important aspects to be considered when planning a clinical trial with Digital Health Technologies capable of data collection from a patient’s home. Topics will revolve around the ease-of-use of devices that leads to adequate and accurate data collection practices.

Implementation of these practices has the potential to make trials less burdensome to the patient, thereby increasing retention rates. Emphasis will be on practical methods to transition from a site centric data collection model to a patient centric model and ensure the balance between the use of the latest technology while staying compliant with Good Clinical Practice.

Three key take-aways:

  • The importance of the ease of use of devices for patients and how that enhances retention
  • How to plan a direct to patient’s home medical device data collection, while considering privacy implications
  • How to select appropriate partners and technologies for your clinical trials

Who Should Attend:

  • Director level and above Clinical Operations and Procurement professionals at pharmaceutical and biotech companies


Dr. Tapan K. Raval
Director, Medical Devices Science & Technology, Strategic Solutions, Connected Devices, DSSM

With the background of medicine and clinical research education, Tapan K. Raval has more than 18 years of experience working in CRO industry managing centralized cardiac safety operations, data management, as well as creating end-to-end solutions for using data generated using medical devices as part of the safety and efficacy end points for the clinical trials.

His current focus is on selection of medical device technologies fit for purpose for the trial as well as technology integration to capture, harmonize and produce the required result. In his current role, he works in enabling decentralized clinical trials, through remote data capture i.e., capturing patients’ physiological data directly from home using medical grade device technology.

Tracy Smith
Associate Director of Project Management, Connected Devices

With over 12 years dedicated to preclinical and clinical trial research, Tracy has supported hundreds of trials in various capacities, including as a Quality Manager in a preclinical research facility, a cardiac safety PM running centralized studies with multiple devices, a Scientific Affairs PM, managing and reporting statistics for Cardiac Safety reports, Integrated Summaries of Safety, Reader Variability across multiple device services lines included imaging. Tracy has been with IQVIA Connected Devices for 4 years and is currently managing a small team in project management as well as supporting her key clients as a Strategic/Operations Lead.

In her current role, Tracy supports both strategic conversations around device selection as well as streamlining and developing operational processes as they bring on new devices and capabilities into the CD portfolio.

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