Payers and pharma organizations are quickly realizing they need to provide extra benefits to patients for their participation in health research. Here are 3 examples of how to accomplish this.
The concept of “patient experience”, and the national movement behind it, has been on the forefront of everyone’s mind within health research and care. What does it mean exactly?
The constraints that magnify health problems can make the simple act of collecting data for a global health research study difficult. The key to success is leveraging ‘sticky’ technology.
A strong visual hierarchy helps guide participants through a survey, resulting in higher engagement and response rates. Here are 5 survey design tips to help you create a strong visual hierarchy.
In the modern era of health research, 'sticky' technology is critical to the success of your study - creating relationships that lead to more frequent and meaningful engagement.
Lizza Miller, CEO, wrote a "letter" in response to an LA Times op-ed piece, “As I lay dying“ – a powerful depiction of a woman's experiences with the void of big data in personalized cancer care.