ClinOne Creates World's First Proactive Clinical Trial Patient Engagement Monitoring

ClinOne, a mobile clinical trial management solution, is revolutionizing how patients manage the complexities of a clinical trial, navigate appointments, and manage their research documents with the first proactive patient
engagement monitoring technology of its kind.

Clinical trial sponsors have long awaited a technology that allows real-time
measurement and visualization of engagement of each of their participants and
also benchmark engagement data across all their study sites prior to patient
withdrawing from a study.

“Through ClinOne’s analytical engine, we can measure a patient’s engagement
level and report this information back to the site daily, weekly and monthly
through our digital concierge. Sites utilize the information to alter and improve
their patient experience – and can even intervene if a patient needs additional
support and care during their clinical trial participation,” said Rob Bohacs, CEO of

Research institutions and clinical trial sponsors are seeking solutions to provide
improved patient care during clinical trial participation and decrease patient
dropout/withdrawal. ClinOne’s suite of technology solutions includes a digital
concierge that provides patients with a technology suite to assist the clinical trial
lifecycle. Every research institution receives continuous feedback from the
ClinOne technology on the level of each patient’s compliance and engagement.
The system proactively alerts site coordinators if certain patients fall below
engagement targets.

About ClinOne

​The ClinOne solution and its suite of products were created to improve clinical
trial enrollment, retention and research site compliance. The company's sole
mission is to allow important trial details to be at the fingertips of participating
researchers and patients. Currently, more than 2,500 active clinical trials in 48
countries rely on ClinOne’s suite of technologies. Visit for more

Source: ClinOne, Inc.

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