Exco Intouch will exhibit its electronic patient-reported outcome (Epro) products at this year's Drug Information Association meeting, to be held from 21-25 June in San Diego, California.
Exco Intouch will also present a session on electronic patient-payment and communication technology.
Exco Intouch's software and services offer pharmaceutical sponsors, CROs and patient-recruitment agencies a cost-effective and simple technology to enhance patient communications.
Exco Intouch's cell-phone based electronic data capture (EDC), clinical trial management services (CTMS) and Epro offerings help pharmaceutical companies enhance clinical-trial communications and improve data capture.
These send SMS alerts to the mobile phones of clinical trial subjects.
Exco Intouch will also showcase its React subject compliance and retention solutions.
React technology uses internet and mobile phone technology to automatically schedule and deliver text messages to the patient in their preferred language.
Exco Intouch mobile solutions can also help target, identify, locate and pre-screen subjects prior to a clinical trial.
At the DIA meeting, Tim Davis, chief executive officer of Exco Intouch, will co-host an interactive workshop entitled 'Increasing Enrolment, Retention and Compliance through Electronic Patient Payment and Communication Technologies'.
The talk will focus on the effect of mobile communications on subject enrolment, retention and compliance.