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Mosio | 4 Reasons Text Messaging Should Be More Widely Used In Clinical Trials

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Clinical Trials are often a little bit difficult to manage. Here are 4 reasons text messaging should be used more widely in clinical trials.

Clinical Trials are often a little bit difficult to manage. Here are 4 reasons text messaging should be used more widely in clinical trials.

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  • 4 Reasons Text Messaging Should be More Widely Used in Clinical Trials www.mosio.com/research
  • As clinical trials continue to expand, making use of mobile healthcare (mHealth) technologies is vital for success. Text messaging is a particularly promising mHealth technology for several reasons: www.mosio.com/research
  • Easy, Effective Reminders People are always checking their phones: over a nice dinner at a restaurant, while walking across the street, under the table at a meeting… People are attached to their phones! So, when a text message reminder to take a survey, call the research site, or evaluate drug compliance is sent, participants receive it automatically. Then, participants are able to respond in a time frame most convenient to their individual schedules www.mosio.com/research
  • One-Step Recruiting According to the Center for Information & Study on Clinical Research Participation (CISCRP), 77% of people stated they would consider participating in a clinical trial; however, in reality, only 10% of people actually participate! With the one-step recruiting process of sending a text message, basic information about a study can be sent to eligible participants, easily sparking interest and increasing the potential for study recruitment and enrollment. www.mosio.com/research
  • No Hardware or Software Necessary Text messaging works with any mobile phone. Downloads are not necessary, and set-up is easy. www.mosio.com/research
  • Patients Believe In It As part of the 2012 PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) survey, “Emerging mHealth: Paths for growth,” patients were asked about the effects of mHealth, such as text messaging services, over the next three years. Respondents of the survey believe mHealth will allow healthcare to be more convenient (52%), less costly (46%), and of higher quality (48%). With patient backing, text message use in clinical trials is already a success! www.mosio.com/research
  • Improve patient recruitment, retention and reporting with two way text messaging from Mosio. Find out more about Mosio for Research at: http://www.mosio.com/research