SAN MATEO, Calif. – Evidation Health will team up with Boston’s Brigham and Women’s Innovation Hub (iHub) to measure the real-life impact of digital health solutions on clinical and economic outcomes.
“We are in an exciting time where hundreds of digital health solutions are emerging in the market,” said Deborah Kilpatrick, Ph.D., CEO of Evidation Health, in a press release. “However, the big challenge for the health care sector is to collectively generate and share evidence of their impact.”
The partnership brings together the clinical expertise and research capabilities of Brigham and Women’s Hospital with Evidation Health’s capabilities to enable efficient, publishable, direct-to-patient trials of digital health solutions.
By collaborating with Evidation Health, the Brigham and Women’s Hospital’s investigators will be able to accelerate clinical trials for digital health solutions.
“Research is core to our mission at Brigham and Women’s Hospital and we are committed to evaluating digital health solutions and adopting those that have the most impact and meet our needs,” said Lesley Solomon, executive director of Brigham and Women’s iHub.