Effective monitoring through digital technologies such as sensors allows the capture of objective and longitudinal data within the clinic, as well as outside of the clinic during activities of daily living. A major challenge for the industry has been ensuring the standardization of methods and services for the development and usage of these novel digital measures.
Understanding that industry challenges need an industry response, DEEP (Digital Endpoints Ecosystem and Protocols) is a J&J-led initiative that seeks to create an ecosystem of services. These services are part of a three-sided marketplace designed to facilitate the development of novel digital measures.
DEEP services support clinical teams to explore suitable digital measures for designing clinical trials. As a result, this has the potential to speed up the adoption of digital measures for clinical research and market access.
In this project, the designer helped the sponsor design the services for repurposing, defining, validating, and adopting novel digital measures. The work and dedication of the student Tousif Rahaman helped carry the project to it's culmination.
Decentralized clinical trials, Digital health, Service design, Service narrative, Wearables