Signant Health will see you this year at DIA in San Diego! We're bringing a booth full of industry experts to discuss helping patients, sites and study teams uncover the life-changing insights your global trials deserve. 

Come see what we mean in booth #1305.


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PATIENT DATA
eCOA / ePRO
eCOA / eCLINRO
Sensors and Wearables
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CLINICAL SUPPLIES
IRT
Forecasting and Planning
Inventory Management


Patient experience icon.jpg PATIENT EXPERIENCE
eConsent
Patient Engagement
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Rater Training and Data Quality Monitoring
Scientific and Clinical Consulting
Data Quality Analytics



Signant Health will see you this year at DIA in San Diego! We're bringing a booth full of industry experts to discuss helping patients, sites and study teams uncover the life-changing insights your global trials deserve. 

Come see what we mean in booth #1305.

Patient Data icon.jpg
PATIENT DATA
eCOA / ePRO
eCOA / eCLINRO
Sensors and Wearables
Patient experience icon.jpg PATIENT EXPERIENCE
eConsent
Patient Engagement
Clinical Supply Icon.jpg CLINICAL SUPPLIES
IRT
Forecasting and Planning
Inventory Management
Endpoint Quality Icon.jpg ENDPOINT QUALITY
Rater Training and Data Quality Monitoring
Scientific and Clinical Consulting
Data Quality Analytics




Schedule a Meeting at DIA 2019

Don’t wait. Set up a meeting with one of our experts and get the answers you need in San Diego.

Schedule a Meeting at DIA 2019

Don’t wait. Set up a meeting and get the answers you need in San Diego.

CELEBRATE WITH US AT BOOTH #1305
Monday, June 24 at 4:30PM

Stop by our booth for major giveaways, dessert and a champagne toast to celebrate Signant Health. We guarantee you won't want to miss this!





SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT IN BOOTH #1305
Monday, June 24 at 4:30PM

Stop by our booth for major giveaways, champagne toast and a monumental announcement. We guarantee you won't want to miss this!



YOU'RE INVITED TO THE BIGGEST PARTY OF DIA 2019
Tuesday, June 25 at 10:00PM

Sign up now for the can't miss DIA party at Omnia nightclub. This year, we teamed up with CluePoints to throw an event you won’t want to miss. Just ask the 1000+ individuals who attended last year. Party like a rock star  with open bar, incredible DJ set, photo booth, food truck and more!

YOU'RE INVITED TO THE BIGGEST PARTY OF DIA 2019
Tuesday, June 25 at 10:00PM

Sign up now for the can't miss DIA party at Omnia nightclub. This year, we teamed up with CluePoints to throw an event you won’t want to miss. Just ask the 1000+ individuals who attended last year. Party like a rock star with open bar, incredible DJ set, photo booth and more!




OUR FAVORITE SESSIONS TO ATTEND AT DIA 2019
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Bill Byrom, PhD
VP Product Innovation
Signant Health

The Face is a Mirror of the Mind: The Potential of Expression Detection for New Clinical Outcome Measures
Monday, June 24 - 11:00am EST

This session will present innovative uses of technology to collect data from and about patients in clinical research studies, including an update on Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) technology, the use of in-home monitoring for patients with neurological disorders, and the use of technology for expression detection.


How eConsent will Support Increased Insights and Future Enhancement of Informed Consent Content and Processes
Tuesday, June 25 - 8:00am EST

A review of real world global case studies from sponsor companies that have already begun piloting eConsent, illustrating improved patient understanding of clinical trials, better informed decision-making and increased patient participation.


Using Mobile Sensors in Clinical Trials and Evidentiary Considerations for Electronic Submissions
Tuesday, June 25 - 4:15pm EST

Insights on the current work of the Study Endpoint Community wearables group, specifically related to three areas: how to select a clinical endpoint derived from mobile sensor data; how to select a fit for purpose device and provide evidence to support its use; considerations regarding the positioning of endpoints derived from mobile sensor data alongside other clinical endpoints in the endpoint hierarchy.



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Brad Sanderson
Head of Health Outcomes
Signant Health

eCOA and Connected Devices for Supporting Oncology Patients in Clinical Trials
Tuesday, June 25 • 10:30am EST

This session will explore past challenges and future opportunities for outcomes research in the Oncology therapy areas.


Learn more about our favorite sessions by visiting www.diaglobal.org

OUR FAVORITE SESSIONS TO ATTEND AT DIA 2019


BByrom_Muted_200.jpg

Bill Byrom, PhD
VP Product Innovation
Signant Health

The Face is a Mirror of the Mind: The Potential of Expression Detection for New Clinical Outcome Measures

Monday, June 24 - 11:00 AM

This session will present innovative uses of technology to collect data from and about patients in clinical research studies, including an update on Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) technology, the use of in-home monitoring for patients with neurological disorders, and the use of technology for expression detection. 

How eConsent will Support Increased Insights and Future Enhancement of Informed Consent Content and Processes

Tuesday, June 25 - 8:00 AM

A review of real world global case studies from sponsor companies that have already begun piloting eConsent, illustrating improved patient understanding of clinical trials, better informed decision-making and increased patient participation. 

Using Mobile Sensors in Clinical Trials and Evidentiary Considerations for Electronic Submissions

Tuesday, June 25 - 4:15 PM

Insights on the current work of the Study Endpoint Community wearables group, specifically related to three areas: how to select a clinical endpoint derived from mobile sensor data; how to select a fit for purpose device and provide evidence to support its use; considerations regarding the positioning of endpoints derived from mobile sensor data alongside other clinical endpoints in the endpoint hierarchy. 




BSanderson_Muted_200.jpg

Brad Sanderson
Head of Health Outcomes
Signant Health

eCOA and Connected Devices for Supporting Oncology Patients in Clinical Trials

Tuesday, June 25 • 10:30 AM

This session will explore past challenges and future opportunities for outcomes research in the Oncology therapy areas.


Learn more about our favorite sessions by visiting www.diaglobal.org