We launched the first patient-centric app, making it easy for people to participate in clinical research from the comfort of their homes. Our platform and app are backed by a team of clinical experts who offer support to participants every step of the way. This combination of tech and team boosts engagement. And when participants are engaged, you get better data.
Our Patient-centric features include:
"We are finishing our second study with ObvioHealth. It’s easy for me to pick up the phone … if there is a problem, I know that I have a partner. We will look together for solutions or different ways to get things done. I was particularly pleased with the proactivity from ObvioHealth's side. The project manager... was always thinking about solutions. I felt that ObvioHealth was building a relationship. They were not just saying I was a valuable client, they were acting upon it."
- Elizabeth Tarshish, LycoRed
"The team was very professional. We were looking for something very specific and they had the skills to go straight to it. They got to a finished product quite fast. I also appreciated their ability to flex. When we said 'don’t go in that direction,' they listened, stopped and changed. I also liked that they were able to bring in a regulatory partner – that they had access to a broader team. They brought different skill sets together."
- Principle Nutrition Scientist, Nutrition Company
"You and your company have been outstanding in your responsiveness and professionalism and flexibility – even virtually!"
- Wayne Jonas, Executive Director
ObvioHealth studies are run on our purpose-built platform by our own in-house virtual team. This allows us to work seamlessly from protocol design all the way through to analysis and reporting.
ObvioHealth is IQVIA Consumer Health’s preferred engine for virtual consumer scientific research, offering people-centric studies for better scientific claims, better insights and stronger brands.
Caregivers recorded their infants’ crying /fussing and used the ObvioHealth app to share their perception of each event through daily questionnaires and e-diaries. Parents’ reported crying/fussing frequency was 2-4 times higher than audio-recorded events.