eClinicalHealth Adds SAPASI Instrument

eClinicalHealth, in collaboration with the Department of Dermatology at Wake Forest University School of Medicine, has created a digitized version of the SAPASI instrument, allowing researchers to monitor and record moderate-to-severe plaque psoriasis in clinical trial patients.

A part of eClinicalHealth’s growing decentralized clinical trial (DCT) research platform known as Clinpal, this new SAPASI ePRO tool prompts patients on any device including their bring-your-own devices, at protocol-specified time intervals, to manually mark where their psoriasis is on a digital body map and answer several prompts pertaining to the severity of the psoriasis lesions. This data is then immediately compiled into a data model for researchers to use and monitor the effectiveness of the treatment.

Read more about the instrument here.