Brigham and Women’s Innovation Hub, Evidation Health to study clinical, economic impact of digital health

Boston-based Brigham and Women's Innovation Hub and San Mateo, Calif.-based Evidation Health will study the impact of digital health platforms on clinical and economic outcomes.

The Brigham and Women's Innovation Hub works with administrators, physicians and scientists to conduct clinical studies meant to improve patient care delivery. Evidation Health helps healthcare organizations use digital health technology for research studies, through recruiting capabilities and online enrollment.

"We are in an exciting time where hundreds of digital health solutions are emerging in the market," said Deborah Kilpatrick, PhD, CEO of Evidation Health. "However, the big challenge for the healthcare sector is to collectively generate and share evidence of their impact."

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