New publication on Reverse Engineering of Digital Measures: Inviting Patients to the Conversation

“Reverse engineering of Digital Measures” was the second in a series of meetings examining paths forward for enhancing the utility of digital measures, organised by Foundation for the National Institutes, ETH Zürich, European Medicines Agency, and VivoSense, Inc. The workshop was held in Zurich, Switzerland, with a broad range of stakeholders sharing their experience across four case studies to examine how patient centricity is essential in shaping development and validation of digital evidence generation tools. IDEA-FAST was one of the four case studies presented at the workshop.

The findings show a blueprint for how and why the patient voice can be thoughtfully integrated into digital measure development and that continued multistakeholder engagement is critical for further progress.

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