Case Study: Using CluePoints to Detect Anomalies in Electronic Patient-reported Outcomes

The use of electronic devices in clinical trials has grown exponentially, with a range of solutions now available to the industry that provide clever ways to optimize the collection of patient-driven eData.

Offering many benefits to clinical research due to their innate ability to enhance data quality and efficiency for the collection of electronic patient reported outcomes (ePRO), while also improving data analysis and trial management, devices such as electronic patient diaries have become common practice within today's clinical trials.

However, despite the clear advantages, these devices are still subject to the potential for misuse and fraudulent activity that can negatively impact the quality of the data they collate.

Download the case study to discover how CluePoints detected fraudulent activity related to the use of electronic devices used for patient diaries in a phase III trial in chronic disease.


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