Medidata Completes mHealth Study

June 17, 2015
Applied Clinical Trials Editorial Staff

Applied Clinical Trials

Medidata announced the completion of MOVE-2014, a behavioral study it sponsored to test whether mobile health (mHealth) devices and tools could be used to drive better health outcomes in overweight adults with Type-2 Diabetes.

 

Medidata announced the completion of MOVE-2014, a behavioral study it sponsored to test whether mobile health (mHealth) devices and tools could be used to drive better health outcomes in overweight adults with Type-2 Diabetes. MOVE-2014 study participants exhibited high compliance with charging and using the mobile devices, which included wearable activity trackers and smartphones. The study also showed that quantifiable, objective data (i.e., movement levels and sleep patterns) from the activity trackers and subjective, patient-reported diary data collected via smartphones could be securely pulled into the Medidata Clinical Cloud® platform.

 

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