Data Points Evaluated In Real Time
Days to Survey Completion
Strategic Planning and Execution
A multinational food and beverage company sought to analyze the prevalence of specific functional gastrointestinal disorders (FGIDs) in infants and toddlers. The sponsor desired to understand the impact that FGIDs have on the quality of life (QoL) of parents/caretakers, and to explore the efficacy of treatments for FGIDs.
One-thousand healthy infants and toddlers living in Thailand were enrolled in the study through digital recruitment, e-consent and screening.
Once in the study, parents and caretakers completed questionnaires configured to assess the prevalence and management of FGIDs and the impact on parent health-related QoL.
The application of remote monitoring allowed for a completely virtual study design, bypassing the need for patients to visit to a physical site location and increasing the likelihood of protocol compliance.
Utilization of the customized survey tool resulted in extremely efficient collection of robust data points. The project successfully obtained the required amount of survey responses in a matter of 44 days.
Entire project facilitated in
the native language
Data points collected from
overall population living in
rural or urban regions of
to work with international