DataArt to Showcase Clinical Trial Demo Apps at DPharm in Boston

New York, NY - September 5, 2017 – DataArt, the global technology consultancy that designs, develops and supports unique software solutions, will be showcasing its innovative apps at the 7th annual DPharm: Disruptive Innovations to Advance Clinical Trials conference in Boston, MA, September 7-8, 2017.

The demos will include a voice-recognition-enabled telehealth solution prototype, investigator portal and patient solutions. Daniel Piekarz, SVP, Healthcare & Life Sciences Practice Leader, Joe Fitz, and Alexander Myskiw, Business Development Managers, will be available to speak at booth #44.

Telehealth Prototype – a web platform prototype for remote clinical trials. The solution allows investigators to have video sessions with patients. It applies voice recognition technology to keep notes throughout the call and then highlights the parts of the conversation that should be sent to the patient as follow-up notes or added to the records. Doctor’s portal has a scheduling module that helps them keep track of patient appointments.

Care Companion – winner of Innovate New York Presbyterian award last year, this prototype is a complete ePRO (electronic patient reported outcomes) system that serves as a patient diary, customized for children taking part in clinical trials or managing chronic health conditions, such as diabetes, and their parents. The children’s application is gamified and leads the child through personalized schedules, educational content and rewards for compliance, capturing statistics about the child’s condition and reporting it to the parental application. The parental app guides parents throughout the treatment process and monitors the child’s condition and progress through a history of vital indicators. The data can then be used to help the medical and pharmaceutical community adapt their products to behavior patterns and compliance rates of children and to record their progress.

Investigator Site Engagement Platform – a web platform prototype with native mobile applications for clinical trial management and investigator site engagement. For investigators the platform offers study dashboards that incorporate information about research’s key metrics and milestones, upcoming tasks, a calendar, and a Q&A section. For study managers, the tool allows polling, engaging and incentivizing Investigators.

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