About a month ago, I had the opportunity to participate at the Inaugural Advances in Clinical Technology conference in London. The conference covered a broad array of topics relating to how technology can and is changing how clinical trials are conducted. Here are the top three things that I took away from the conference.
1. The upsides of the e-patient far outweigh the downsides
Earlier this year, the Wall Street Journal published an article highlighting one of the biggest downsides of the e-patient, their use of electronic communication tools to learn more about their condition ...
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