CTTI to Launch New Online Digital Health Trials Hub


CTTI to Launch New Online Digital Health Trials Hub

CTTI will host a public webinar on Wed., Apr. 6 to introduce a new online Digital Health Trials Hub featuring enhanced recommendations and additional resources. 

“This updated and expanded resource drives CTTI’s bold Transforming Trials 2030 vision by helping sponsors, investigators, CROs and technology providers design and run clinical trials that are patient-centered, easily accessible, and designed with a quality approach,” said CTTI Executive Director Sally Okun. 

The new Hub combines resources that have been restructured from CTTI’s four existing Digital Health Trials projects, completed from 2017 to 2019, along with improvements and new work from two project teams, Decentralized Clinical Trials Updates and Novel Endpoints Acceptance. By creating the Hub, CTTI’s aim is to make the most relevant information more useful and accessible for those in the clinical trials enterprise who are designing and running patient-centered trials. 

Key enhancements and additions made to the Hub include significantly updated recommendations, revised reference documents, and two new resources – the Question Bank for Identifying Meaningful Outcome Measures and a Process Map for use of a digitally-derived endpoint in an individual drug development pathway. These enhancements are the culmination of CTTI’s 2021 Digital Health Trials work that highlighted the importance of early stakeholder engagement, flexibility and tailored approaches to trial design and conduct, and flexible support of sites. 

The free one-hour webinar, which includes presentations from Megan Doyle of Amgen and Jörg Goldhahn of ETH Zurich, will begin at 11:00am EDT and registration is available online on CTTI’s website.