Digital consent in healthcare refers to the process of obtaining patient consent using electronic means, such as a website or mobile app. This process aims to improve patient engagement and convenience while ensuring that patients understand the implications of their consent. Digital consent tools may include videos, interactive graphics, and plain language explanations to help patients make informed decisions about their care. Digital consent can be used for a variety of healthcare activities, including sharing personal health information, participating in research studies, and receiving telehealth services. It is important for healthcare providers to ensure that digital consent processes comply with regulatory requirements and protect patient privacy.
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Electronic Informed Consent (eConsent) is fast becoming a necessity for clinical trial efficiency, reduction of administrative burden and better patient engagement. In this webinar Clario will share best practices for driving adoption of eConsent, and discuss how sites and sponsors can overcome common barriers. Featured speakers from Clario will discuss the many misconceptions of eConsent including how some view it through the narrow prism of electronic signature, rather than focusing on the broader benefits of an informed electronic consent process from a patient and site perspective.
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