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The Pulse on Technology by Elisa Cascade
“If you build it, they will come.” While this was clearly the case in the baseball film “Field of Dreams,” the same does not hold true for all site-facing clinical trial technology. As the last Pulse on Technology column highlighted, several technologies are still sitting on the bench when it comes to use across all trials. This column takes a closer look at the technology with the lowest awareness and adoption: electronic informed consent (eConsent). To continue the baseball analogy, picture eConsent as a little boy sitting on the bench waiting to get into the game.