In clinical trials, getting consent from participants is vital for confirming they were told and understand essential information. eConsent takes this a step further by allowing research teams to collect this information from participants remotely.
eConsent improves the patient trial experience by ensuring the patients understand what to expect during the trial. Not only does this increase the odds of patients having a better clinical trial experience, but it also reduces the number of people who drop out of the clinical trial. Since a high loss-to-follow-up rate can threaten how valid the results of a clinical trial are perceived, the ability to keep more people in the trial is an important benefit of eConsent.