The weird (outdated and inefficient) world of medical research

Jon Synder at Wired reports on how Josh Dickinson, a recent art-school graduate, has made an art project out of the 100 medical experiments he’s participated in to pay his way through college over the last 3 years.

I find it amazing that such important work still depends on in-person paper based questionnaires… Does anyone in the healthcare industry really think this interviewer has a hope of getting honest answers or that this represents a modern accurate way of collecting important personal information?

I’m looking forward to my presentations to the pharma industry at Pharmaceutical mHealth (Oct) and mHealth Strategies for Pharma (Dec).

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