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A Systematic Review of Recent Academic Research on Clinically-Relevant Digital Measures


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November 17, 2021

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A Systematic Review of Recent Academic Research on Clinically-Relevant Digital Measures

The collaborators on The Playbook have published findings of a systematic review that identifies the need for more research funding related to digital clinical measures.

Among all its findings, one that stands out is that in the last two years, out of 295 research studies published on digital clinical measures, there was only one academic publication reporting cybersecurity research, one study examining data rights and governance, and zero publications reporting research into the ethical implications of remote patient monitoring tools.

Join the co-authors of this manuscript in a discussion about the current state of funding for academic research and help shape an integrated and coordinated effort across academia, academic partners, and academic funders to establish the field of digital clinical measures as an evidence-based field worthy of our trust.

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