Bill Byrom

Bill Byrom has worked in the Pharmaceutical Industry for 28 years. Combining practical experience of roles within clinical development with a keen interest in leveraging technology, Bill is a key strategic thinker helping to shape the direction and application of eClinical solutions. Bill is a thought leader in patient-facing technologies including electronic patient-reported outcome solutions, the use of wearables and connected devices, and new novel technology-derived endpoints.

  • Electronic Version of the Neurostatus-EDSS Improves MS Trials

    Electronic Version of the Neurostatus-EDSS Improves MS Trials

    University Hospital Basel, Novartis and Signant Health (formerly CRF Health) recently published our experience data on the use of the eEDSS obtained from two phase III Multiple Sclerosis trials.

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  • Leveraging Technology to Develop New Trial Endpoints

    Leveraging Technology to Develop New Trial Endpoints

    Technology is enabling us to provide richer insights and potentially measure new meaningful constructs in clinical trials that we have been unable to assess robustly in the past.

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  • Poster: Operating System Upgrades Do Not Adversely Affect eCOA Completion Behavior

    Poster: Operating System Upgrades Do Not Adversely Affect eCOA Completion Behavior

    In this poster, we cover research designed to understand the effect of operating system upgrades, managed by subjects when using BYOD to collect eCOA data, on ongoing eCOA data completion rates.

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  • Poster: Lessons on BYOD Uptake for eCOA Implementation

    Poster: Lessons on BYOD Uptake for eCOA Implementation

    We cover research designed to understand site and subject behavior towards the use of BYOD and provisioned handsets, including usage and access behavior, with reference to two large clinical trials.

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  • Leveraging Today's Gaming For Better Health Reported Outcomes Tomorrow - ICDVRAT 2018

    Leveraging Today's Gaming For Better Health Reported Outcomes Tomorrow - ICDVRAT 2018

    Researchers from across the world collaborated to review work developing applications using immersive and mobile technologies as clinical treatment options, or as a means of objectively measuring and

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  • Must Read Book for Researchers Implementing ePRO

    Must Read Book for Researchers Implementing ePRO

    This book is intended to provide information on the successful design and implementation of electronic patient-reported outcomes (ePRO / eCOA) in pharmaceutical clinical trials and clinical research.

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  • Simplifying the Implementation of Electronic Patient-Reported Outcomes - Applied Clinical Trials

    Simplifying the Implementation of Electronic Patient-Reported Outcomes - Applied Clinical Trials

    There have been a number of significant scientific and regulatory milestones driving the adoption of electronic patient-reported outcomes (ePRO) in clinical trials since 1980.

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  • Selection and Implementation of Sensors and Wearable Devices

    Selection and Implementation of Sensors and Wearable Devices

    This poster reviews criteria and associated evidence required to demonstrate optimal device selection including safety, suitability and feasibility based on recent recommendations.

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  • Connected Devices in Clinical Trials: Considerations for Use and Future Outlook

    Connected Devices in Clinical Trials: Considerations for Use and Future Outlook

    The use of wearable technology, smartphones & mobile devices, and growth in connectivity is transforming clinical research. This eBook discusses opportunities for integrating tech with electronic COA.

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