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Employee Spotlight – Marie Onakomaiya

We have some pretty impressive employees here at Datacubed Health (Datacubed), ꟷfrom marathon runners to musicians; we have some eclectic folks in our Datacubed family. And our new Employee Spotlight series aims to highlight the talented individuals that work here. Each month we’ll be featuring a Datacubed employee, so you can learn more about the …

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Datacubed Joins SCRS as Global Impact Partner

Hanover, MD, June 2, 2021 – The Society for Clinical Research Sites (SCRS) announced today that Datacubed Health, a technology company focused on patient engagement and data collection (eCOA/ePRO) in decentralized clinical trials, has joined the organization as a Global Impact Partner (GIP). GIPs work in tandem with the SCRS Leadership Council and serve as strategic …

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What the Pharmaceutical Industry Can Learn from Peloton about Patient Retention and Engagement

Today’s mostly paper-dependent clinical trials pose fundamental challenges to the pharmaceutical industry. Such trials can be prohibitively expensive, struggle to enroll and retain a sufficient number of participants, and have difficulty maintaining compliance and data reliability. But with the advent of virtual and partially virtual trials using digital tools and devices, we have the opportunity to substantially improve efficiency by deploying the same design principles that make consumer apps so successful.

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Washington University Alzheimer’s Study Adopts BYOD Technology for Clinical Trials & Observational Study

The Washington University School of Medicine in Saint Louis has selected Datacubed Health’s mobile platform has been selected to support worldwide studies for those at risk of Dominantly Inherited Alzheimer’s Disease, a rare form of early-onset Alzheimer’s Disease. The Linkt platform enables the collection of real-time data on sleep, diet and other biomarkers using a “bring your own device” (BYOD) study model.

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