Apps turn iPads & iPods into consent & compliance tools

By Nick Taylor

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Related tags: Natural health products, Clinical trial

Systemedicus has developed informed consent and patient compliance apps for iPads and iPods and is looking to license the tools to CROs and sponsors.

Apps developed by Systemedicus, a spin-out from natural health products contract research organisation (CRO) Medicus, turn iPads and iPods into tools for a variety of clinical trial tasks. Medicus has been using the tools on its own clinical trials and is now looking to expand use.

We are in the process of licensing [the products] out to other CROs and sponsors. We’ve seen a high level of interest because it answers a lot of questions that could never be determined before​”, Jay Udani, CEO of Systemedicus and Medicus Research, told Outsourcing-Pharma.

For example, the patient compliance device proves the patient took a pill everyday by recording a video of them taking each dose. Other tools developed by Systemedicus​cover informed consent and data collection.

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