Executive Brief

The Importance of BYOD in Women’s Health Studies

Gender disparities still exist in clinical trials – even in 2022 – and one way to bridge the gap is through the implementation of a Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) model. For sponsors and CROs running women’s health studies, BYOD offers a compelling value proposition — no learning curve to understand a new device, no need to carry another device, and no trips to a site to pick up or return a provisioned device. Most importantly, participants are more compliant with instruments and applications on their own devices, versus those on provisioned devices.

Read our latest report on how BYOD offers a more participant-friendly trial experience, saving time and reducing costs, while paving the way for greater compliance.

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