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Keeping Trials Connected




Staying up to date with the latest advances in cellular technologies is exhausting at best. Sometimes, just keeping the acronyms straight can be too much to handle (see NBIoT, Cat-M1, and EC-GSM-IoT), let alone adding in the complications that come with supporting an international clinical trial deployment. If you havenít yet experienced these dynamics, just sit down with someone in your technical operations group and ask why device certification and cellular band support matter when it comes to clinical trials in Japan.

While itís true that connected clinical trials have moved from being a value differentiator to simply becoming an industry standard, it is estimated that most people live more than two hours away from a clinical study site. Connectivity dramatically shortens that distance, virtually. The ability to retain clinical trial participants increases dramatically with less reliance upon the study site.

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Stephen Byrne currently serves as the EU Managing Director of KORE. With more than 20 years of experience in healthcare and medical device technology implementation, he brings a wealth of information relating to the complexities associated with European and global clinical trial deployments.
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