Forward Together on the Hero’s Journey

mProve Health recently had the privilege of adding “artistic services” to its accomplishments! We were pleased that Eli Lilly and Company invited us to take part in The Hero’s Journey art project, and we submitted our contribution last week. (more…)

One App to Unite Them All: Unified Patient Engagement

On October 21st, I was honored to present at the 2016 Bioinformatics & Computational Biosciences Festival, Virtual Clinical Trials: Modernizing Comparative Studies, hosted by the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases. The event focused on the emerging model of less site-centric studies, and how tech is helping enable this new model. (more…)

Patient Centricity Takes Center Stage at dPharm ’16

(WASHINGTON, DC) Clinical research innovators came together from across the country at the 6th annual DPharm: Disruptive Innovations to Advance Clinical Trials. We joined attendees from across the industry to celebrate last year’s achievements, discuss industry missteps, and investigate the future of clinical trials. 

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Breaking (into) BYOD: New Data from Industry Leadership

BYOD supporters are in luck: If you want to see the bring-your-own-device movement get better, there is new data showing that industry leaders aren’t as opposed to BYOD as you may think. Applied Clinical Trials recently published a study that surveyed lead eCOA providers (and those related) on their opinions. mProve Founder and CEO Jeff Lee coauthored the article with Bill Byrom of ICON and other thought leaders within ICON and Medidata.

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