Startup clinical trial app

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Tracking calories, food and diabetes levels is nothing new, but using these habits to facilitate clinical trial reporting may be, and tapTrak wants to get there first.

Mobihealth News reports that the start-up is using its tapTrak med app as the basis for a to-be-launched tapTrakCR, an app through which clinical trial managers can interact with trial participants. Managers would use the app to pose questions, and patients could share their journal information, cutting out the need to set aside time for a telephonic check-in.

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