Actigraphy Monitoring Wearables in Clinical Trials: Overcoming Barriers to Adoption & Strategies for Successful Technology Implementation
New and emerging digital technologies offer clinical trial sponsors an unprecedented opportunity to capture a wide variety of real-world, patient-generated data. One of the more prevalent tools within this rapidly evolving mHealth ecosystem are medical-grade wearable actigraphy monitoring systems, which are increasingly being used in clinical trials to collect objective physical activity and sleep-related patient outcomes.
In this white paper, ActiGraph experts will discuss several common perceived barriers to actigraphy adoption and identify strategies to help sponsors develop a successful technology implementation plan and navigate the common challenges that can derail any mHealth data collection initiative, including:
- Data quality and meaningful interpretation
- Adoption costs and uncertain ROI
- Increased study complexity
- Regulatory concerns
- Patient adherence and burden