mSToPS: How Digital Wearables Could Enable Less Costly, More Real-World Clinical Trials - A Conversation with Steven Steinhubl, MD

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As medtech stakeholders debate the best ways to design and implement more cost effective, pragmatic, and patient-centric clinical trials, one recent digital health study that remotely screened high-risk individuals for undiagnosed atrial fibrillation could help provide a roadmap for the future.

The mHealth Screening to Prevent Strokes (mSToPS) trial is one of the first large, randomized screening trials conducted entirely remotely using a digital wearable deviceā€”in this case an ECG monitoring patch.

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