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Medable Partners with Withings Health Solutions to Integrate Health Devices in Decentralized Clinical Trials


Medable Secures $304M at $2.1B Valuation for Decentralized Clinical Trials Platform

What You Should Know:

– Medable Inc., the leading SaaS platform provider for patient-centered clinical trials, today announced a new partnership with Withings Health Solutions, the business-to-business division of Withings, one of the global leaders in at-home connected health

– Withings’ devices will seamlessly connect to Medable’s decentralized clinical trial platform, reducing the burden on sponsors and sites while empowering patients to participate in trials from home.  

Convenient, Non-invasive Digital Healthcare

With Withings easy-to-use devices, Medable can remotely capture and integrate critical medical-grade measurements, including temperature, heart rate, blood pressure, sleep patterns, and weight. Withings incorporates patient-centered design principles to develop non-invasive devices that are both robust and easy for patients to use in any setting. The convenience can improve patient recruitment and retention – which is significant since 85% of clinical trials fail to retain enough patients and more than two-thirds of sites fail to meet patient enrollment goals.

Furthermore, with Withings devices integrated into Medable’s DCT platform, Medable eliminates siloed data streams, delivering aggregate patient data in one platform to improve trial oversight for sponsors. Sites also gain immediate access to data insights within the Medable platform, consolidated for every patient in a study.

“Medable has significantly contributed to improving the way clinical trials are run and shares our focus on usability and patient experience. We are very proud to partner with them to bring our devices to their decentralized clinical trials platform.” said Antoine Robiliard, VP Health Solutions, at Withings. “Together, we can increase operational efficiencies and enhance the patient experience in clinical trials.”

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