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Biobeat is excited to join forces with Medidata Solutions and be part of the Sensor Cloud Network

Updated: Dec 31, 2023

Biobeat is thrilled to announce a strategic collaboration with Medidata Solutions, marking a significant step forward in the realm of clinical trials through the integration into the Sensor Cloud Network. This partnership heralds a new era in medical research, leveraging Biobeat's advanced medical-grade wearables to revolutionize data collection in clinical trials, enabling the acquisition of real-world evidence seamlessly and remotely from patients' own homes.

By harnessing the power of Biobeat's cutting-edge wearables, clinical trials gain a valuable tool that empowers researchers with an unprecedented level of insight. The ability to collect vital signs from patients outside traditional clinical settings offers a wealth of benefits. Patients can participate in trials without the inconvenience of frequent in-person visits, enhancing their overall experience and engagement. Simultaneously, researchers can gather continuous, real-time data, fostering a more accurate representation of patients' conditions in their daily lives.

One of the most significant impacts of this collaboration is the support for decentralized clinical trials. The Biobeat platform effectively reduces the logistical complexities associated with traditional trials, streamlining the process and potentially shortening trial durations. This not only expedites the research process but also holds the potential to accelerate the availability of new treatments to patients in need.

In summary, the partnership between Biobeat and Medidata Solutions symbolizes a synergy of technological innovation and clinical research expertise. By enabling remote data collection through medical-grade wearables, the collaboration holds the promise of reshaping the landscape of clinical trials, ultimately benefiting both researchers and patients alike. Through this collaboration, the possibilities for advancing medical research and improving patient outcomes are boundless.



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