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Building Fit-for-Purpose Sensor-based Digital Health Technologies: A Crash Course

Maximize the potential market for digital measurements products.

“The successful implementation of a sensor-based digital health technology in both clinical research and healthcare requires that the outcomes are trustworthy and fit-for-purpose.”

Jennifer Goldsack, CEO at Digital Medicine Society

Course Overview

Whether you work in clinical trials, healthcare delivery, public health, or wellness, using sensor-based digital health technologies (sDHT) that are fit for purpose is a must. This crash course teaches you how to develop, evaluate, and deploy a digital measurement product that meets the requirements of regulators and payers, as well as your buyers and adopters.

Learning Outcomes

In just 30 minutes, you’ll learn about the industry standard Verification, Analytical Validation, and Clinical Validation (V3) Framework and how you can implement it to ensure your digital measurement product is effective, trustworthy, and successful in the market.

Topics Include

  • Common terminology

Clarification of terminology and common language to ease the transition from current siloed practices to one universal best practice.

  • “How to” implement

Through real-world examples, understand which tools and scenarios V3 applies to and the best practices and evidentiary requirements for each component.

  • The regulatory process

Learn how to develop and deploy fit-for-purpose sDHTs within the current regulatory processes, paving a clear path to market.

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