Articles and Insights About Wearables for Clinical Trials


Novel Digital Sleep Assessment Tools in Major Depressive Disorder

 VivoSense Team

VivoSense published a Karger review article, The Case for the Patient-Centric Development of Novel Digital Sleep Assessment Tools in Major Depressive Disorder.

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VivoSense Joins DiMe's Core Measures of Sleep Project

 Kate Lyden, PhD

We are excited to announce our participation in the Digital Medicine Society's (DiMe) latest digital clinical measures project, Core Measures of Sleep. In partnership with the Digital Medicine Society and other leaders in the field, we are paving the way for better approaches to collecting, analyzing, and interpreting sleep data.

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Using Wearable Sensors to Assess Sleep-Related Outcome Measures

 Kate Lyden, PhD

Sleep-related outcome measures obtained with wearable sensors provide valuable data in clinical trials. In addition to reducing the tremendous burden and cost associated with the traditional methods of assessing sleep, wearable technology offers an opportunity to take a more in-depth, day-to-day look into how a patient feels, functions, and survives.

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Vivonoetics Partners with Beddit to Provide Contact-Free Monitoring of Sleep and Vital Signs

 Dudley Tabakin

Vivonoetics Inc., developer of VivoSense® clinical research management and analysis software, announced today that they have partnered with Beddit, Inc., leading innovators in contact-free sleep and vital sign monitoring technology. The partnership will provide pharmaceutical companies and research organizations a practical and cost effective solution for long-term monitoring of sleep and vital signs, enabling more effective and efficient evaluation of new and existing treatments.

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